Monday, November 25, 2013
British Attorney General Apologizes For Remarks Regaring UK-Based Pakistani Community
British Attorney General Dominic Grieve MP apoligized for his remaks about UK-based Pakistani community after serious notice taken by Pakistan High Commissioner in the United Kingdom Wajid Shams ul Hassan. In a statement HC described tese remarks as negative and detrimental to the steady growth of bilateral relations between the two countries. The British Attorney had, in an interview with THe Telegraph labelled the Pakistani community living in UK as corrupt. The high commissioner said these remarks are contarary to the British Prime Minister David Camern's repeated apprciation of the constructive role played by the pakistani Diaspora in the economy, culture, politics and the society of the United Kingdom.