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Pakistani Woman elected as first Muslim deputy mayor in Britain

NOW LONDON : Tafheen Sharif, a Pakistani lady, has been chosen as Tameside’s first Muslim female deputy mayor.

Tafheen, a Labour Party member, was also named the city’s youngest councillor in 2012. She has previously worked as Bedfordshire’s deputy police commissioner.

Since she was a student, Tafheen has been involved in political activities. She is from Pakistan’s Azad Kashmir. She claimed the Kashmir problem needs a serious solution after being elected deputy mayor.

The subject of Kashmir, according to the newly elected deputy mayor, could not be ignored. “We all have a responsibility to play in solving this situation,” she stated, adding, “I will be discussing the Kashmir issue at every forum.”

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