Sajjad who has been along standing campaigner for Rohingya rights – today signed a joint resolution on the plight of Rohingya refugees, including the mass gravesites recently discovered in southern Thailand.
Sajjad’s comments regarding postal vote fraud in Lancashire, particularly Pendle, have been supported by other politicians. Local and national media have given the issue considerable coverage including local Pendle newspaper, the Nelson Leader.
The Conservative MEP team in the European Parliament have won an assurance from a leading EU Commissioner to ensure new VAT rules introduced in January, do not have an adverse impact on micro-enterprises.
Sajjad was yesterday presented with Pakistan’s highest national honour to non-Pakistanis for services that have helped the country. He was awarded the Sitara-i-Qaid-i-Azam in Islamabad by Mamnoon Hussain, the President of Pakistan, joining ranks with the British Queen and Nelson Mandela.