PAKPAC President Meets President Bush

George W. Bush, at a luncheon reception at a private home in Bryn Mawr, PA on June 14.
The President, in his conversation with Dr. and Mrs. Raza Bokhari, expressed goodwill for Pakistan and Pakistani Americans.
The President of the United States attended the lunch to support the re-election campaign of Pennsylvania Senator, Rick Santorum.
The Pakistani American Public Affairs Committee (PAKPAC) is a nationwide, membership based not for-profit lobbying organization registered with the US Federal Election Commission.
PAKPAC’s mission is to advance and strengthen U..Pakistan relations, while working tirelessly to preserve, protect and promote ideals of civil liberties cherished by all Americans. PAKPAC has been organized to give voice to issues and concerns common to the Pakistani-American community.
It plays an important role in fostering greater political and civic engagement within the Pakistani Americans. PAKPAC is also engaged in collaborating with other regional and national Pakistani-American organizations, as it continues to serve as a watchdog for inaccurate and negatively biased media coverage about Pakistan and Pakistani Americans.
PAKPAC is also involved in educating media outlets, political parties, academic institutions, think tanks, and Administration (US as well as Pakistani) about issues of concern and significance to the Pakistani-American community. (For more information on PAKPAC, browse our website


Editor: Akhtar M. Faruqui
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