The Conservative Muslim Forum invited the renowned asian pop singer and philanthropist Abrar Ul Haq to speak at the House of Lords about his musical career and charitable work.
The event was chaired by CMF Youth Chairman Raza Anjum who noted that Abrar had received support for his social work from the British Council. Lord Sheikh, Chairman of the Conservative Muslim Forum, highlighted how Abrar had opened a 250 bed hospital in rural punjab in order to provide free medical treatment to underprivileged members of society.
In his speech Abrar spoke about his career and his humanitarian work which includes providing shelter to tens of thousands of displaced people as a result of natural disasters. Abrar also entertained the packed audience by singing a few of his most famous songs. The event was thoroughly enjoyed by all and was attended by the Attorney General, Dominic Grieve QC MP.