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Pakistani flag Consulate of Pakistan in Birmingham

Address2-26 Constitution Hill
Birmingham B19 3HL
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (0121) 236.4123
international: +44.121.236.4123
Faxlocal: (0121) 236.5126
international: +44.121.236.5126
Emailparepbirmingham@btconnect.com

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Mohammed Abdul aziz
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 04:22 EDT
Total nonsense
What Can I say total and utter nonsense the staff are rude probably uneducated with the the right connections , people going there behave like animals eating littering spitting no sense of queuing
M. S. J.
Thu, 2 Oct 2014 03:52 EDT
Circumcision of our hearts is needed not just the physical one!
I believe it has to do with the problem of corrupted hearts. We as a nation need the circumcision of our hearts! We often blame USA & the West for any & everything wrong thing in Pakistan & in the world but look what we do to eachother! We must learn to respect and value each other as humanbeings. Most of us have come here as economic migrants. May be some of us should offer ourselves as volunteers to see what we can pay back & improve here at least for our own sake if not for our reputation internationally!
Bless You all
M.S.J.
Uncle Kopafeel Patel Baster Chote
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 07:51 EDT
The officials are Madhur Chotes
I am goings to the Bismillah House for da Veezas,dey is sayings to givings monies and papers,i am sayings NO i wantings the veeza widout paper workings,dey is sayings that dey is vantings 100 pounds and sleepings with my wifings, iam sayings taking the wifings only,no pesay.
Hussain
Sat, 27 Sep 2014 14:19 EDT
arrogant officials
What can I say about the officials running the Pakistan Consulate offices in Birmingham UK.
They are arrogant, look down on people as they own the place,
Disrespectful.
Total chaos in the way the consulate is run, they should have general enquiry office to help people fill their very difficult and confusing forms in
Rajkumar's Ma De Puddi
Mon, 22 Sep 2014 07:43 EDT
Rajkumar is a dullah,panchote,cunger Baster
To

MALALA YOUSAFZAI D/ O Mr.ZIAUDDIN
Bismillah Building, 14 Constitution Hill
Birmingham, West Midlands B19 3LY, United Kingdom


Respected Madam/Cungeree

We “The LIGHT” NGO in Indian are really proved of you, there are many in my country like to meet you, see you, work with you and Participate in your activities; so that we can bring war between both of our country.

The endeavour for "The Light" has been to create sustainable programmes and address the gaps in the fields of Education, Healthcare, Environment, Mental Health and Labour Welfare. In the past we have done considerable progress in meeting its social commitments for the betterment of society.
Now we have registered the "The Light" under NGO acts and spread the Light to the above said field and remove the darkness.

We like to launch opening programme in Chennai with your Cungerees esteemed presences. We here by offensively invite your cungereeness for the opening day Programme and to be our highly dishonourable Guest for the official launch of NGO "The Light". In the world for women you have brought the Darkness into their Education. We need you to participate in the Launch of the NGO THE LIGHT.

There will be many fraudee cungers from around the world who will be participating on the event, such has representative from UN, world top NGO leaders, our Government HRD ministries. We have also requested our dishonourable/war mongering cunger PM Mr Modi to spare a time for this unique event.

We here by humbly request to bless the NGO THE LIGHT with your Cungerees esteemed presences on 7th Nov, 2014 at 4 PM, the address of the venue will be Chennai, TamilNadu, South India.

*Your presence will be a discouragement for our team THE LIGHT


Thanking you

Yours Faithfully

PK Rajkumar/cunger/dullah / 09444010447
The Light is so Bright
Rajkumar
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 05:14 EDT
The Light NGO invitation
19th Sep, 2014 / Chennai.10

To

MALALA YOUSAFZAI D/ O Mr.ZIAUDDIN
Bismillah Building, 14 Constitution Hill
Birmingham, West Midlands B19 3LY, United Kingdom


Respected Madam,

We “The LIGHT” NGO in Indian are really proved of you, there are many in my country like to meet you, see you, work with you and Participate in your activities; so that we can bring peace between both of our country.

The endeavour for "The Light" has been to create sustainable programmes and address the gaps in the fields of Education, Healthcare, Environment, Mental Health and Labour Welfare. In the past we have done considerable progress in meeting its social commitments for the betterment of society.
Now we have registered the "The Light" under NGO acts and spread the Light to the above said field and remove the darkness.

We like to launch opening programme in Chennai with your Excellency's esteemed presences. We here by kindly invite your Excellency for the opening day Programme and to be our highly honourable Guest for the official launch of NGO "The Light". In the world for women you have brought the Light in their Education. We need you to participate in the Launch of the NGO THE LIGHT.

There will be many dignitaries around the world will be participating on the event, such has representative from UN, world top NGO leaders, our Government HRD ministries. We have also requested our honourable PM Mr Modi to spare a time for this unique event.

We here by humbly request to bless the NGO THE LIGHT with your Excellency esteemed presences on 7th Nov, 2014 at 4 PM, the address of the venue will be Chennai, TamilNadu, South India.

*Your presence will be encouragement for our team THE LIGHT


Thanking you

Yours Faithfully

PK Rajkumar / 09444010447
The Light
alesha
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 03:33 EDT
Hi I went to office in birmingham. All the staff was so rude was no respect for anyone.
Banday Da Puttar
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 14:36 EDT
Preparations
Visits and dealings with the Pakistan Consulates is good training before you go to the country. You can begin to acclimatise here in the UK.
Which other countries would do that for you?

Pakistan Zindabad !
Sad
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:40 EDT
When will we ever change
Looking at all of these comments, it's saddening really. Unfortunately most of it is true really. I'm talking about the consulate in Birmingham. There's no system in place. Yes, the staff are rude, arrogant, disrespectful etc etc. maybe some of the issues have got to do with our behaviour as well. When you enter that building, it's as if your in Pakistan in one of the govt offices there. The staff are all those things mentioned BUT the people start to behave as if there in Pakistan as well. Some of them have no respect for queues as well. And I don't just mean the older Uncles either. The younger guys and I mean guys between the ages of 20 to 45/50 are the same. All trying to get their business done no matter how. If it means pushing in or jumping the queue so be it. Some people don't actually have all the documents or meet all the criteria but they want to have their thing done. Of course that's not taking away from the fact that the people in the consul don't make it any easy for us in the first place. i.e. You have to think of all the questions to ask regarding your application. If you've forgotten to ask and at the time processing if there one thing missing, it's your fault. I don't know why they withhold this kind of information or it maybe that they need to make things a lot more easier and clearer with the different services they provide. We've all been there where you go there thinking you've got everything needed but your told this is missing or that's not right. This kind of thing has happened to many many people and it's something that can be easily sorted out by correct organisation and being professional. There's no literature at all about the different services that they do and what's required in different scenarios. If you were to apply for british passport here it's a walk in the park compared to the experience at the Pakistan consul.
Khan
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 07:21 EDT
Speechless!!! When you arrive at the buildings
the name does not befit you should rename it chaos buildings
Why do you only process 50 applications per day ?, employ more staff or close your doors if you can't supply the demand let somebody capable run the show people travel near and far for your services many several people are turned away , please also explain why you don't answer your telephones

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