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The following is a list of notable British Pakistanis, namely notable citizens or residents of the United Kingdom whose ethnic origins lie in Pakistan:

Academia and Education[edit]

Humanities[edit]

Natural Sciences[edit]

Social Sciences[edit]

Business and Finance[edit]

FTSE 100 and multinational corporations[edit]

Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SME's)[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Journalism and Media[edit]

Law and Justice[edit]

Judges and Queen's Counsel[edit]

  • Judge Mushtaq Khokharcircuit judge at Manchester Crown Court. He was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn in 1982.[105]
  • Nazir Afzal – The Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England.[106] One of his first decisions in that role was to initiate prosecutions in the case of the Rochdale sex trafficking gang.
  • Judge Shamim Qureshi – District Judge based at Wolverhampton Magistrates' Court. He is of Kashmiri origin and came to Britain aged five initially unable to speak any English.[107]
  • Tahir Khan – Bradford-born barrister who become the first Muslim on the North Eastern legal circuit to be appointed a Queen's Counsel.[108]
  • Judge Tan Ikram – District Judge (MC) based at Camberwell MC & South London Family Court. Diversity & Community Relations Judge. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1990. Visiting Fellow in Youth Justice, London South Bank University. Holder of honorary doctorate in laws (LLD), University of West London[109]

Literature and Art[edit]

Civil Service, Military & Police[edit]

  • Superintendent Makhdum Ali Chishty QPM – A high-ranking police officer in Warwickshire Police. He was honoured with the Queen's Police Medal by The Queen[130]
  • Muhammed Akbar Khan – Served as a British recruit in the First World War and an officer in Second World War. Khan was the first Muslim to become a General in British Army.[131]
  • Sajid Javid - Rochdale born Javid currently sits as the Economic Secretary to the Treasury. In January 2012, The Times newspaper included Javid in its list of the "Top 100 Global People to Watch in 2012".[132] The Times stated that, "His background in investment banking and experience working on currency devaluations, mean that Javid's star could be the brightest of a potentially stellar 2010 Tory intake." Additionally, The Daily Telegraph newspaper included Javid in its list of "Top 100 most influential figures from the Right".[133] The Daily Telegraph stated that, "His fast rise up the greasy pole into George Osborne's inner circle is not only proof of this man's ambition but also his talent. At the age of 25 he became Vice President of Chase Manhattan Bank, and later senior Managing Director for Deutsche Bank before entering politics."
  • Tarique Ghaffur – A high-ranking British police officer in London's Metropolitan Police Service. He was Assistant Commissioner–Central Operations[134]

Politics[edit]

Members of Parliament[edit]

Peers[edit]

Members of European Parliament[edit]

  • Afzal Khan – solicitor and current Labour MEP for North West region. Khan was the first Asian Lord Mayor of Manchester, and is currently Manchester City Council's Executive Member for Children's Services.
  • Amjad Bashir - UKIP MEP for Yorkshire and Humber and UKIP Small & Medium Business spokesman.
  • Bashir Khanbhai - Former Conservative MEP for East of England
  • Sajjad Karim – Conservative MEP – born in Brierfield, Lancashire Sajjad qualified as a solicitor and started a number of successful lawyers practices before being elected as a Member of the European Parliament in 2007. He is the Conservative Legal Affairs Spokesman and sits on the Industry, Research and Engery Committee.

Members of Scottish Parliament[edit]

Mayors[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Bashir Maan – is a Pakistani-Scottish politician, businessman and writer[148]
  • Imran Ahmad Khan – President of the Transnational Crisis Project and an expert on transnational security[149][150]
  • Imran Hussain – a Barrister and British politician for the Labour Party. Imran Hussain is currently the Deputy Leader of Bradford Council[151]
  • Dr J M Shera MBE – Councillor in Rugby Borough Council for continuous 30 years; local Labour party leader and the second South Asian to have a road named after him.[152]
  • Maryam Khan - politician born in Manchester. She belongs to the Labour Party and has represented Longsight as a councillor since May 2006.[153]
  • Mehboob Khan – The Leader of Kirklees Council, Chair of the Local Government Association, Safer Communities Board, Chair of the Association of West Yorkshire Authorities, Vice-chair of West Yorkshire Fire Authority and a non-executive director of the NHS[154]
  • Mohammad Asghar – is a Welsh politician, representing Plaid Cymru[155]
  • Mohammed Najib – Born in Kashmir, he was the first Asian Councillor in the history of Calderdale, a former Deputy Mayor of Calderdale and a former Leader of the Labour Group in Halifax.
  • Murad Qureshi – Labour Party politician, and Greater London Assembly Member.[156]
  • Rabia Bhatti - In 2011 she became the youngest Muslim female councillor in Britain and the youngest councillor in Buckinghamshire, representing the Newtown Ward in Chesham. Bhatti also owns a restaurant run by Michelin Star Chef.[157]
  • Salma Yaqoob – is the vice-chair of Respect – The Unity Coalition and a Birmingham City Councillor.[158]

Religion[edit]

Islamist Militants[edit]

Science and Medicine[edit]

Sport[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Football[edit]

Martial Arts[edit]

Other[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Mazhar Majeed - sporting agent and bookmaker who came under police investigation in 2010 following reports of cricket 'match fixing' after a News of the World sting operation.[247]
  • Mohammed Khaliel – A community activist who served as, Associate director of Mental Health trust, Director Housing Association, school Governor, a Parliamentary Candidate in 2005 election and currently liasing in policing, as chair of national group. He founded Islamix.co.uk to dispel myths about Islam and promote community cohesion.[248]
  • Robina Qureshi – A Scottish human rights campaigner[249]
  • Sahil Saeed – A young boy kidnapped in Pakistan on 3 March 2010 but was later released unharmed after the payment of a ransom[250]
  • Omar Mansoor Fashion Designer showcasing at the London Fashion Week.

See also[edit]

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