The people of the Republic need to be made aware of the public expenditure of rulers who make pointless visits abroad.
Asad Shamim offered the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Mr Gulzar Ahmad, assistance in legal cases involving overseas Pakistanis.
Pakistani-born British businessman, Asad Shamim said that other sports should be promoted in Pakistan and make them to popular as cricket.
Founder of "Insaaf 4U", Asad Shamim has expressed concern over governance issues and warned that if things continue like this, Pakistan's administrative affairs will have to be handed over to another country.
Asad Shamim, a Pakistani born Businessman and CEO of Insaaf4u as well as Furniture in Fashion has asked Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Supreme Court of Pakistan to follow up the construction of the Diamer -Bhasha Dam and Mohmand Dam in Pakistan.
Rochdale businessman Asad Shamim has set up a non-profit organisation to assist families in Pakistan who are experiencing ongoing legal problems.
The founder of "Insaaf 4U" asks Supreme Court to take notice of ministers' children and their friends or supporters of political parties who were appointed on government jobs in violation of Article 1-40 of the Constitution of Pakistan.
Asad Shamim has invited Justice (r) Wajihuddin as a guest of honour at the Pakistan Law Conference, which will be held on 23 November 2019, at the Castlemere Community Centre in Rochdale in the United Kingdom.
The formal announcement of the legal reform agency is expected during the Conference on 23 November 2019, at the Castlemere Community Centre in Rochdale in the United Kingdom.
Prominent Pakistani-born British businessman Asad Shamim who has vast experience in legal issues announced the establishment of a legal reform agency