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Khawaja Sohail Mansoor Sethi celebrates wedding of his Daughter in city of lights

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By Rafiq Vayani

KARACHI: A dignified yet lavish wedding ceremony took place in metropolis which became talk of the town. It was none other than Maryam Sethi, daughter of former Member National Assembly Khawaja Sohail Mansoor Sethi and sister of President National Youth Alliance Khawaja Bilal Mansoor Sethi, who has been married to Mr. Taha Mehboob, who belongs to leading business family of Lahore.

Khawaja Sohail Mansoor Sethi is a prominent industrialist as well as dedicated the beloved homeland. He has also been awarded with Sitara e Imtiaz in recognition of his social services and tax contributions.

The event was attended by Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, Leader MQM Pakistan Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, Dr. Farooq Sattar, Leader Pakistan Peoples Party Rehman Malik, Advisor Chief Minister Sindh Nisar Khorro, Iram Azeem Farooqi, Faisal Karim Kundi, Sindh Prosecutor General Dr. Fayyaz Shah, General Secretary JDC Zafar Abbas, veteran politician Firdaus Ashiq Awan, Kashmala Tariq, Ahmed Chinoy, Dr. Muhammad Ali Shaikh, Secretary Arts Council Prof. Aijaz Ahmed Farooqui, Chairman Consumers Association of Pakistan, Kaukab Iqbal, Patron of Pakistan Academic Consortium, Azadar Hussain Zaidi, Chairman Youth Parliament Rizwan Jaffar, Chairman Jinnah Ka Pakistan Owais Rabbani, Ilyas Mundia, Abdul Basit Mundia, Junaid Mundia, President Justice Helpline Adv. Nadeem Shaikh. Apart from eminent bureaucrats, social, political, academic and other notable personalities from all over Pakistan, well known showbiz celebrities also participated.

All the wedding celebrations that have been going on for a week remained centre of attention due to the unique floral decor and flabbergasting arrangements.

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