Britain’s Upper House of Parliament appointed Kahlid
Hameed, a renowned hospital management expert and
High Sherrif of Greater London as one of the six new non-party
political peers. He would be working for "promotion of international
understanding and the development of young people” in respect
to his great contribution for the same. Mr. Hameed came to Britain
in 1968 and worked for three London teaching hospitals.
Expressing great ecstasy on his appointment to the House of Lords,
the 65 year old Hameed wishes to play a pivotal role in the parliamentary
affairs of the country. Educated at Lucknow University, Mr. Hameed
has also served as an as Executive director and Chief Executive
to the Cromwell Hospital.
Mr. Hameed, one of the six new non-party political peers appointed,
has been Chairman of the Commonwealth Youth Exchange Council since
He is also the High Sheriff of Greater London and Chairman of
Alpha Hospitals and is involved in a number of organisations and
charities helping in the field of bringing harmony between various
religions and cultures in the U.K.