Abrarul Haq, president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Youth Wing and chairman of Sahara for Life Trust will address the House of Lords at a high-profile event in London next week.
According to a press release, Abrar is scheduled to visit House of Lords on June 11.
He will address leading parliamentarians and supporters in the British Parliament’s upper chamber and will discuss issues relating to his charitable work and new political role in the PTI.
Abrar will also talk about the current political and economic challenges facing Pakistan and PTI’s manifesto to bring about good governance.
According to the press statement, more than one hundred exclusive guests will attend the event including senior members of the British cabinet.
Abrar will also engage with members of PTI UK during his trip to the United Kingdom and will exchange views on promoting the party’s youth wing.
The event will be hosted by Conservative Party leader and international lawyer Raza Anjum.
Lahore: Inviting youth of Pakistan to stand against present system, Abrar ul Haq Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf Youth Wing head says its time for second independence movement to save our country.
In an interview to a local daily Nai Baat, singer turned politician Abrar views that rulers have destroyed the country’s structure.
A singing icon in the country, Abrar joined PTI after a mammoth public gathering of PTI in Lahore in October last year.
“I invite youth to join PTI youth wing for a joint struggle to survive the country,” he added.
“A large number of youth will be attending PTI’s May 27 public meeting at Rawalpindi and you would see a big representation of youth.”
Criticizing prime minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Abrar says he should resign immediately.
“Nawaz Sharif is still engage in politics of 1990 which no longer have place in the country.”