London: Arif Anis, a well-known writer and philanthropist from Pakistan, has been made a member of the Most Order of the British Empire and has dedicated his unprecedented achievement to his homeland. what is your name.
Pakistani-origin author, Daily Express columnist and philanthropist Arif Anees was awarded the “Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire” (MBE) medal for humanitarian services by the British Prince in a prestigious ceremony held at Windsor Castle. Given by Prince William, Prince of Wales.
The name of Arif Anis was announced for this honor in June this year by Buckingham Palace on the occasion of King Charles’s first official birthday. Arif Anees was selected for this honor by the British King for his outstanding services.
In March 2020, Arif Anees along with his 2 friends Sulaiman Raza and Bilal Saqib started one million meals for the medical staff on the front lines especially the ambulance drivers during the Corona epidemic.
Pakistani-origin Arif Anees said that the National Health Service was fighting the global epidemic during the Corona epidemic. The restaurant was closed, and the staff was hungry. I was shocked to see the ambulance crew working without food.
Arif Anis further said that I shared the idea with my close friends and they gave full support. Celebrities including footballer David Beckham, boxer Aamir Khan, and music band The Proclaimers attended the rally for the One Million Meals campaign.
Pakistani writer Arif Anees said that because of them, between April and July 2020, we were able to provide food to millions of medical staff. I sincerely thank all those who participated in this cause.
Arif Anees, dedicating his medals and royal honors to his mother, his wife and his unwavering spirit of being a Pakistani against all odds, said, “I dedicate this honor to Pakistan and the spirit of being a Pakistani.” We are one of the 148 countries in the world and are making our presence felt.
It should be noted that Arif Anees was also honored with the Brain of the Year honor in October 2020 by the famous Zamana Brain Trust of Tony Beauzon in the United Kingdom.