According to Baaghi TV, Lord Nazir Ahmed, the first Muslim member of the British House of Lords, has retired from the House of Lords in the United Kingdom (UK).
According to reports, Lord Nazir Ahmed’s wife has been ill for many years and due to this Lord Nazir Ahmed was unable to attend to the House of Lords. Now Lord Nazir Ahmed has decided to retire from the House of Lords to spend more time with his wife. According to reports, today the House of Lords has approved his retirement.
Twenty members of the House of Lords have retired since February this year. Even after retirement, the title of Lord will remain with Lord Nazir Ahmed and he will also have his pass for the House of Lords. However, he will not be able to participate in the legislative process.
Lord Nazir Ahmed was elected Lord by the Labor Party in 1998 and during his time in the House of Lords, he continued to raise his voice for Pakistan and Kashmir. He has also played a role in the catastrophic floods in Pakistan in 2009, along with various delegations in different parts of the country, and in rehabilitating the victims.
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