Restoring Pakistan-US Traditional Relationship 

PAKISTAN

Dr. Gholam Mujtaba, the Chairman Pakistan policy Institute  has had been working towards a strong and traditional Pakistan-United States relationship since 2009. He migrated from Pakistan to the United States in January 1980, after having been to Saudi Arabia from 1978-80. Dr. Mujtaba is a Senior Leader of the Republican Party of the United States, and is a Member of the Advisory Board of the Republican National Committee to the President of the United States.  

Though a Republican, however he is liked by the members of the Congress on both sides of the aisle. He successfully averted sanctions on Pakistan in 2013 that was due to a Dharna (sit-ins) which blocked supply line to U.S. troops. A great proponent of Pakistan’s strong friendship with the United States. U.S. Congress: Besides an asset of the POTUS, Dr. Mujtaba is a friend to Senator Bob Corker (Chairman Foreign Relations Committee of the United States), Congressman Michael McCaul (Chairman Homeland Security of the United States Congress), Senator Roger Wicker (Armed Services Committee of the United Senate), U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson, U.S. Congressman Ron Estes, U.S. Congressman Blake Farenthold, U.S. Congressman Nick Lampson, U.S. Congresswoman Kay Ganger, U.S. Congressman Charles Rangel, U.S. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, U.S. Congressman Al Green. Head of the States: The picture also includes among others, the following: Mayor of Houston Anise Parker, Mayor of Closter John Glidden, President of Turkey, Chief Minister of Zanzibar Rasheed Muhammad, President of Tanzania, Foreign Minister of Tanzania, the Vice President of China, the current President of Pakistan, the former President of Pakistan, the Prime Minister elect of Pakistan, the Chief of the MMA, the chief of the JI Pakistan, Pir Saheb Pagara, and others. Diplomatic Corps: From the diplomatic corps: Afghanistan’s Ambassador to the U.S., followed by a participation of over 40 countries at Dr. Gholam Mujtaba’s Diplomatic Conference which included among others, the U.S., U.K, Germany, France, UAE, Egypt, Central Asian Republics, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Indonesia, and many others.