Celebrations took place in Birmingham to mark Queen Elizabeth II as the longest reigning monarch in British history

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Celebrations took place in Birmingham to mark Queen Elizabeth II as the longest reigning monarch in British history.The Queen passed the record set by Queen Victoria’s reign of 63 years and 216 days on 9th September 2015. There were no celebrations or events attended by the Queen to mark the occasion. She treated the day as any other business day, out of respect for her great – great grandmother. However, celebrations took place around the country. Birmingham was also in a great celebratory mood.An event was held at Aston University, Birmingham. An event was organised by Birmingham Commonwealth Association & Birmingham City Council.  Lord Mayor of Birmingham Raymond Hassall was amongst the VIP guests alongside Mr Paul Sabapathy CBE. The colourful event reflected the multicultural Birmingham with attendees from various backgrounds. Again the entertainment and the food also reflected the multicultural Birmingham, which included Bollywood bhangra to pop music.Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Raymond Hassall, stated that Birmingham is a beautiful multicultural city and emphasised that together as a community, we can make Birmingham an even better peaceful city in which there is respect and tolerance of all cultures and religion.Many attendees were proud of the Queen and stated that, ‘she was an incredible woman, who sacrifices her own personal time to serve the country!’ The attendees were as follows: Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant for the West Midlands Mr Paul Sabapathy (CBE), Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Raymond Hassall, Keith Stokes-Smith  (FCIS ACMA Chairman Birmingham Commonwealth Association), Master of Ceremonies Adrian de Redman, FSAScot Hon FHS Birmingham City Honorary, Armorist ,Director Government Services Paul Brown , Paul Morris Assistant Principle SCCB, Pauline Harrison Director English Department SCCB ,Martin Levermore (MBE FRSA Chief Executive Officer MDTI) ,Muhammad Zulqar Nain (Assistant High Commissioner Bangladesh),Dr Quaye Botchway (the President Ghana Union Midlands) , S M Ghulam Sarwar (Administrative Officer – Administration & Consular, Bangladesh Assistant High Commission) ,Councillor Robert Alden ,Councillor Nawaz Ali , Sumaira Farrukh (Chairperson Banat Ul Muslimeen Great Britain) , Aneela Asad  (Vice Chairperson Banat Ul Muslimeen Great Britain), Mamoona Khan (Director Banat Ul Muslimeen Great Britain), Ash Ahmed (Solicitor) , Waheed Saleem, Anita Chumber (Asia Today), Dee Kundi, Kavita Parmar, Saqib Bhatti, Rev Upashak, JI BOPA, Patron,Councillor, Ramesh Srivastava Chair of BOPA, Shagufta Hamid Khan Ex Vice Chair BOPA , Dr Shukat Nawaz Khan , Faisal Habib , Arfan Sultan , Tariq Hussain , Malik Nazir Awan , Davinder Parasad General Secretary BOPA , Pandit Ravi Bhoshan , Kwasi Ofei Vice President Ghana Union Midlands , Selassce Tsekpo (Secretary Ghana Union Midlands) , Mrs Margaret Woodman (Welfare Ghana Union Midlands) , Dr Chithra Ramakrishan , Alexnder Roche , John Hoo ,Amrick Singh Ubhi (Director Nishkam Centre Nishkam Civic Association) , Mr. Mashud Ahmed (Bangladesh Welfare & Cultural Association, Birmingham, UK) , President of the organisation Mr. Sheikh Bashir Uddin, Treasurer ,Mr. Bashir Mia Kadir, Executive Member ,Mr. M A Muntakim, Executive Member Mr. Abdur Shukur, Executive Member, Golapganj Shomaz Koyllan Shomiti, Midlands, UK Mr. Saleh Ahmed, President of the organisation ,Mr. Aminur Rahman General Secretary ,Mr. Muhibur Rahman Treasurer , Birmingham Bangladeshi Business Association Mr. Muhammad Abdul Malik, President ,Dr. Shafayet Ali Khan,Mr. Kazi Ala Uddin ,Mr. Kabir Ahmed , Desh Foundation UK Mr. Kamal Ahmed, Mr. Bahar Uddin ,Mr. Taj Uddin, Mr. Jumma Ahmed Litu , Mr. Mostafa Bablu ,Cultural participants Bangladeshi Folk Dancer Fatiha , Nabiha ,Saamia ,Miss Kashfia T Akhter ,Farjana Akhter ,Dr Shakil Akhter ,Mann Preet Singh and many others.

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