To undertake and promote whatever programmes are necessary for the protection, conservation, and improvement of the physical environment of Lahore


Lahore Conservation Society was the brain child of Mr. Nayyar Ali Dada and Mr. I. A. Rehman. They were quite concerned about the dilapidated condition of the historical monuments. They, and some of the other concerned citizens like Mr. Kamil Khan Mumtaz, Dr. Ajaz Anwar, Zahir ud Deen Khwaja, Col.(R) Ejaz Nazim, Dr. Pervaiz Vandal, Dr. Zafar Omer, Dr. Pervez Hassan, Ms. Tanvir Hassan, Ms. Ghazala Rehman, Ms. Azra Hameed, felt that public awareness should be created for the maintenance of such historical monuments particularly as Lahore was historical and cultural capital of Pakistan. These concerned citizens of Lahore were conscious of the fact that very little had been done for conservation of historical buildings of the city from the time it was attended first by Sher Shah Suri, and then by the British. It was on 28.1.1984 that Lahore Conservation Society was formed and, on the proposal of Mr. Nayyar Ali Dada, late Zahir ud Deen Khawja was chosen as its first President. After a series of discussions and slide illustrated lectures and field tours, broad outlines of conservation strategy was chalked out. It was assigned the role of a watchdog and a body to create awareness and was registered. Its major success was convincing the Government of the Punjab into promulgation of Special Premises Act 1985 and listing of important buildings under it. The encroachments in front of Jahangir’s [Tomb] were stopped, the highrise blocking the view of Badshahi Mosque was pulled down, so was the pedestrian bridge blocking the view of Chauburji. The Matti Haveli could not be saved, but TOLLINTON was. Upon the sad demise of Khawaja Zahirud Din, it was resolved to give a fresh impetus to the LCS and subsequently elections were held for a new Board of Governers that decided upon Mr. Kamil Khan Mumtaz as President, Ms. Imrana Tiwana as Secretary General, Dr. Ejaz Anwar as Secretary Information and Mr. Muhammad Shafeeq as Treasurer. With new vigor Lahore Conservation Society looked up at the new challenges with un-daunting resolve. The Rose Tower was the first encounter in the wake of which came the assault on the trees especially along the canal, for which press conferences and on the site demonstrations were planned it was also realized that who-so-ever is sympathetic to the case of Lahore is in fact Lahore Conservation Society unto oneself and therefore all were welcomed. It may be proudly mention that A.I.A.P under the brave daughter of the soil, Imrana Tiwana had warded off designs on a Lahore High Court block. It was decided to include all the like aimed organizations under a broader umbrella of Lahore Bachao. The response was immense in form of investment of time, energy, ideas and generous donations. (The above includes excerpt from the writings of legendary photo-journalist Mr. F. E. Chaudhary)

    1. NAME: The name of the society is the Lahore Conservation Society (The “Society”).

    2. REGISTERED OFFICE: The registered office of the society shall be situated at Lahore in the province of Punjab, or such other place as may be determined by the Board of Governors (the “Board”) of the Society.
    3. OBJECTS: The objects for which the Society is established are:
      1. To undertake and promote whatever programmes are necessary for the protection, conservation and improvement of the physical environment of Lahore;
      2. To identify buildings, areas and any physical elements of architectural, historical, cultural or environmental values or significance and, to strive of their adequate documents and conservation;
      3. To create public awareness and disseminate knowledge on issues of conservation;
      4. To act as a public watchdog over the activities of various agencies responsible for, or involved with, civic management, development and conservation;
      5. To devise means, specific and general, to promote conservation and its monitoring;
      6. To help protect the city of Lahore against environmental degradation resulting from air, water, noise and odour pollution, as well as other forms of interference with the city’s natural and cultural environment;
      7. To sponsor and undertake research on important elements leading to conservation, and to encourage study of the subject, in Pakistan and abroad, and to offer or arrange stipends and grants for such purpose;
      8. To organize seminars and workshops aimed at the promotion of the conservation and related issues;
      9. to foster co-operation with and between like minded societies and organizations both in Pakistan and abroad;
      10. To print, public, issue, circulate, carry on research, aid and assist in printing, publishing, carrying on research and in circulating and issuing papers, periodicals, books, publications and other similar efforts in relation to the objectives of the society;
      11. To award prizes, medals and certificates in recognition of services to the cause of conservation;
      12. To found, subsidize, aid, assist, establish, maintain, run, administer, and managed trusts, founds, grants and other benefactions in the furtherance of the objectives of the society;
      13. To enter into agreements, contracts and other arrangements with Governments, organizations, institutions, bodies and individuals for the purpose of carrying out its functions and activities;
      14. To establish, subsidize, promote, Co-operate with, receive unto the society, become member of act as or appoint trustees, agents, of delegates for, control, manage, superintend, give gifts, and lend monetary of other assistance to any association, institute or fund, whether incorporated or not, which the society may consider appropriate to further any of its objectives;
      15. To establish, undertake, superintend administer, control, subsidize and contribute to any provident, benevolent of charitable funds of from which may be made gifts, grants, scholarships, donations, advances and loans and advance, loans and to contribute or otherwise assist any charitable or benevolent institutions or undertaking or objects;
      16. To promote, establish, manage, control, supervise and give gifts, scholarships, grants, aid, loans, advances and monetary or other assistance to any person, company, corporation, co-operative society, body or undertaking or association of persons as may seem to the society conducive to or to achieve or to further any of the objects and purposes of the society;
      17. To undertake and execute any trusts which may seem to the society conducive to any of its objectives;
      18. To receive and accept gifts, grants, aid, donations, benefactions of all nature and king whatsoever and raise, establish, and maintain funds, properties, establish, and maintain funds, properties and assets by subscription and contribution and by receiving and acceptance of gifts, grants, aid, donations, benefactions, and other means;
      19. To raise and borrow any money and funds required for the purposes of the society without society of on such security as the society may think fit and to repay any such borrowings;
      20. To purchase, take on lease, exchange, hire or otherwise acquire any real and personal or immovable and movable property and any rights and privileges whatever and to build, construct, alter and maintain buildings, houses or other constructions of the housing of the Society of as may be necessary of convenient for any of the objects of purposes of the Society;
      21. To work, Improve, manage, administer, develop, turn to account, gift away, sell, lease, mortgage of otherwise dispose of or deal with all or any of the funds, properties and assets of the Society;
      22. To invest moneys of the Society not immediately required in such securities, shares, debentures, or otherwise in such manner as may from time to time be determined by the Board;
      23. To guarantee the payments of money or performance of any obligation or undertaking whatsoever and to stand security and perform and discharge obligations arising from the given of guarantee or security;
      24. To promote, organize and establish branches and office of the Society wherever considered necessary and to manage and control such branches and offices and delegate such powers and functions to such branches and offices as may be considered necessary;
      25. To receive and administer funds for scientific, educational and charitable purposes, for the public welfare and for no other purposes, and to that end take and hold, by request, device, gift, purchases or lease, either absolutely or in trusts, for such objects and purposes or any of them, any property, real, personal, or mixed, without limitation as to amount or value, except such limitation, if any, as may be imposed by law and to sell, convey, dispose of any such property and invest and reinvest to principal and income of such funds for any of the objectives of the Society without limitation , except such limitation, if any, as may be contained in the instruments under which such funds are received or other limitations imposed by law;
      26. To receive any property, real, personal, or mixed in trust, under the terms of any will, deed of trust, or other trust instrument for the purposes of the Society and in administrating the same, carry out the directions and exercise the powers contained in the trust instrument under which the property is received, including the expenditure of the principal, as well as the income, for one or more of such purposes, if authorized or directed in the trust instrument under which it is received;
      27. To receive, take title, hold and use the proceeds and income of stocks, bounds, obligations, or other securities of any companies of corporations, domestic or foreign, but only for any, some or all of the purposes of the Society;
      28. To receive funds from other foundations, societies charitable organizations, corporate or otherwise, national or international, and such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon between the Society and the donor;
      29. To use the financial and other resources allocated to it for the execution of its functions;
      30. To do all such other things as are incidental of conducive to the attainment of the above objects of any of them.
      31. The objects set forth in any sub-clause of this clause shall not, except where the context so requires, be in any way limited or restricted by reference to the terms of any other sub-clause(s) or the objects therein specified, and the powers thereby conferred shall be deemed subsidiary or auxiliary merely to the objects mentioned in the first sub-clause of this clause.
    4. FUNDING: The Society shall be financed by the following sources:
      1. Fees, subscriptions and dues paid to the society;
      2. Donations to be made by the members of the Society;
      3. Donations / contributions from other sources, national or international, acceptable to the Board;
      4. Grants from the Governments of Pakistan or any provincial Government of Pakistan;
      5. Earnings of the Society on account of its working.
    5. NUMBER OF MEMBERS: The number of the members of the Society shall not be less than seven (7). The maximum limit of the membership may, if deemed necessary, be fixed from time to time by the Board.
    6. BOARD: the management of the affairs of the Society shall be entrusted to the Board.
    • DEFINITIONSIn these rules and regulations, unless the context or the subject matter otherwise requires:
      1. “Board” shall mean a meeting of the Board of Governors of the Society duly called and constituted or as the case may be the Governors of the Society assembled at a Board.
      2. “President” shall mean the president of the Society appointed under Rule 5.
      3. “Secretary” shall mean Secretary of the Society appointed under Rule5.
      4. “Society” Shall mean The Lahore Conservation Society.
      5. “Treasurer” shall mean Treasurer of the Society appointed under Rule 5.
      6. Words importing masculine gender shall include the feminine gender.
      7. Words importing singular numbers shall include the plural number and vice versa
      1. The Society Shall have the following categories of members:

Voting Members:

      1. Founder Membership
      2. Member
      3. Life Member

Non-voting Members:

    1. Associate Member
    2. Honorary Member
    1. Unless there is something in the subject or context inconsistent therewith the qualifications for membership shall be as follows:
Founder Member: Shall be a signatory to the Memorandum of Association;
  • Shall be an adult citizen of Pakistan,
  • Shall apply for membership on the prescribed form which shall be sponsored by two existing members;
Life Member: Shall be a Member who has paid the requisite fee for Life Membership;
Associate Member: Shall be a student who is otherwise eligible to be a member;
Honorary Member: Honorary Membership of the Society may be conferred by the Society in general meeting to any person (s) in recognition of his/her interest in, or contribution to, conservation.
        1. New members to the Society shall be admitted only at the discretion of the Board and on such terms and conditions as the Board may from time to time decide, In all matters concerning membership the decision of the Board shall be final and binding. The Board may delegate such Powers as it deems fit to a membership Committees.
        1. Subject to the provisions of law and these Rules and Regulations, the control and management of the affairs of the Society shall vest in those members who shall function as its Board. The Boards shall comprise of a minimum of five (5) members and a maximum of fifteen (15) to be elected by the members of the Society in general meeting.
        2. The initial Board shall consist of the following members:
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        3. The members of the initial Board shall hold office until the first annual general meeting of the Society wherein they shall all stand retired and a new Board shall be elected. The members of that and all subsequent Boards shall hold office for a term of two (2) years.
        4. The Board Shall be elected in the following manners:
          1. Within a period of not less than thirty (30) days before the expiry of its term of office the Board shall announce the date of the general meeting in which elections for the Board are to be held and also the number of members of the board to be elected.
          2. The Secretary shall prepare a list of members who are eligible to vote. Invite nominations for the members for candidates and circulate to all members, not less than seven (7) days before the meeting in which elections are to be held, a list of candidates.
          3. The elections shall be conducted by ballot under the supervision of the Secretary and the result shall be declared by the president (or in the absence, whoever chairs the meeting).
          4. A retiring member of the Board shall be eligible for re-election.
          5. The Board shall elected by the voting members, namely the Founder Members, Members and Lift Members. Each member shall have one vote.
          6. The newly elected Board will take office from the close of the meeting in which they are elected.
          7. The Board may be a special resolution passed by at least three-fourths (3/4) majority of its existing strength fill any casual vacancy arising in the Board howsoever caused. However, the person so chosen shall be subject to retirement at the same time as if he had become a member of ht Board on the day on which the member of the Board in whose place he is chosen was last elected as a member of the Board.
          8. The Notwithstanding any other provision of the Rules and Regulations, the voting members may remove any Governor/Member of the Society by a special resolution passed by at least three (3/4) majority of its existing strength.
          9. The Board shall, each year, prepare an Annual Report on the affairs of the Society and send it to the members.
          10. The Board may meet for the dispatch of business, adjourn and otherwise regulate its meetings, as it thinks fit. The Board may make such rules as it considers necessary for its efficient working.
          11. The Board, except as may be otherwise provided in these Rules and Regulations, may constitute and appoint committees for general or specific purposes or authorize any officer(s), agent(s), to enter into any agreement or execute and deliver any contract or other instrument in the same or on behalf of the Society and such authority may be general or confined to specific purposes.
        1. The Board shall meet whenever requested by the President or by not less than one third (1/3) of its members after the other members have received a minimum of three (3) days notice thereof provided that the members may, in writing, before or after the meeting waive such notice. Notwithstanding anything herein contained, the Board shall meet at least once in every two (2) calendar months.
        2. Such number as constitutes a majority of the total number of members of the Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business by the Board.
        3. Except as otherwise provided by law or where these Rules and Regulations require a special resolution, the act of majority of the members of the Board present at any meeting (at which a quorum is present) shall be the act of the Board provided that in the case of a tie, the President shall have a second and casting vote.
        4. Except as otherwise provided by law, a resolution in writing signed by all the members of the Board, or affirmed by them through telex or telegram, shall be as valid and effectual as if it had been passed at a meeting of the Board duly convened and held.
        1. The Board shall appoint form amongst its members a President of the Society on such terms and conditions as the Board may determine. The Board may appoint from amongst its members or form outside its body a Secretary and a Treasurer on such terms and conditions as the Board may determine.
        2. The President shall be Chief Executive of the Society and shall preside over all the meeting of the board, and all general meeting. In the absence of the President the members present at such meeting may elect any other member to act as chairperson for that meeting.
        3. The Secretary shall, subject to the general control and supervision of the Board, perform such functions as may be assigned to him by the Board.
        4. Subject as aforesaid, the Secretary shall be responsible for administering all affairs of the Society in accordance with the policy and directives of the Board.
        5. The Secretary shall record or cause to be recorded in the books provided for the purpose, all proceedings of the Society including those of the Board. The Secretary shall give all notices in accordance with law and these Rules and Regulations and shall be custodian of the records of the Society.
        6. The Treasurer shall cause to be maintained complete records of all accounts, transactions, assets and liabilities in accordance with the requirement of law.
        1. A general meeting to be called the annual general meeting shall be held within a reasonable period following the close of the Society, approve the report of the Board and the accounts and, in alternate years, to elect members of the Board. All general meetings of the Society other than the annual general meeting shall be called extraordinary general meetings.
        2. Thirty (30) days notice at the least (exclusive of the day on which the notice is served, but inclusive of the day for which notice is given) specifying the place and the day and hour of meeting shall be given for all general meetings to all members but, the accidental omission to give notice to, or the non-receipt of notice by, any member shall not invalidate the proceedings at any general meeting.
        3. The Board may, whenever it thinks fit, call an extraordinary general meeting, and an extraordinary general meeting shall also be called on the requisition, in writing, of one-fourth (1/4) of the Society’s voting members.
        4. No business shall be transacted at any general meeting unless a quorum of member is present at the time when the meeting proceeds to business. Such number as constitutes one-third (1/3) of the total membership of the Society shall be a quorum. In the absence of a quorum, the meeting shall be adjourned to the same time and venue seven (7) days later and members present at such meeting shall constitute a quorum.
        5. Except as otherwise provided by law or where these Rules and Regulations require a special resolution, the act of a majority of the member present at any meeting shall be the act of the Society in general meeting provided that in case of a tie, the President shall have a second and casting vote.
        6. Representation through proxy shall not be permitted at any general meeting of the Society.
        1. The Board shall cause to be kept complete and proper books of accounts in accordance with the requirements of law. The first accounting year (financial year) of the Society shall be closed on the next 31st day of the December. Thereafter every financial year of the Society will begin on 1st January and close on 31st December. The Board may change the financial year.
        2. The accounts of the Society shall be audited every year
        3. The Society in general meeting shall appoint a firm of Chartered Accountants as the auditors of the Society who will audit the books of account every year. The remuneration of the auditors shall be fixed by the Society in general meeting.
        1. All funds of the Society not otherwise employed or invested shall be deposited from time to time to the credit of the Society in such scheduled bank or banks as the Board may from time to time designate and for the purpose of such deposit all cheques, drafts and other orders for the payment of money which are payable to the order of the Society may be endorsed, singed and delivered by such officer of the Society, or in any other manner as may from time to time be determined by the Board.
        2. All cheques, drafts or other evidence of indebtedness issued in the same of the Society shall be singed or endorsed by such officer or officers, employee or employees of the Society as shall from time to time be determined by the Board. If required each of such officers or employees shall give such bonds as the Board may require.
    • DONATIONSThe Society shall not make any donations or grants to or affiliate with any other charitable institution/fund/trust which is not approved under the Religious and Charitable Institutions Rules, 1975 or any amendment thereof.
    • APPLICATION OF INCOME & PROPERTIESThe Society shall utilize its money, property and income solely towards the promotion of the objects of the Society and no portion thereof shall be paid or transferred, directly or indirectly, by way of dividend, bonus or otherwise by way of profit or by any other means to the members of the Society and / or their relatives.
    • INVESTMENT IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIESThe Society shall utilize its income and donations received by it during the preceding year for achieving its aims and objects and any money set apart or not utilized shall not exceed twenty five per cent (25%) of its income, including donations made to it, or, Rupees ten thousand (Rs.10,000.00), whichever is less. Any excess amount will be invested in Government securities or in NIT units under intimation to the Central Board of Revenue.
        1. No change may be made in the Memorandum of Association and the Rules and Regulations of the Society without the prior approval of the Central Board of Revenue.
        2. Subject to the provisions of sub-rule (1) hereof, any of these Rules or Regulations may be amended or repealed and new Rules and Regulations may be adopted at any general meeting by a special resolution passed by at least three-fourths (3/4) majority of the members personally present and voting.
    • BYE LAWSThe Board may make Bye Laws to provide for matters not specifically of sufficiently provided herein.
    • DISSOLUTIONIn the event of the dissolution of the Society, its assets left after meeting its liabilities, if any, shall be transferred to an institution or fund or trust approved under Section 47 (1)(d) of the Income Tax Ordinance, 1979 or any other law for the time being in force under intimation to the Central Board of Revenue Federal Government within three (3) months of the dissolution.
  • Objective/Mission:
    • Conservation of all that sustains and nourishes our Humanity and our Environment
  • Scope:
    • Lahore
      • Humanity
        • People
        • Physical well being
        • Culture
      • Environment
        • Physical
          • Earth
          • Water
          • Air
          • Energy
        • Flora
        • fauna
  • Methodology/Role:
    • Activist
      • Doing conservation
    • Enabling
      • Fund raising for activists
      • Technical expertise
    • Watchdog
      • Raising awareness
      • Monitoring
      • Alerting and raising distress signals
  • Tasks
    • Data management
      • Collection
      • Storage
      • Analysis
      • Retrieval
    • Information service
      • Website
      • Call service
      • Press/media service
  • Projects
    • Research Documentation
      • History
        • Political
        • Urban
        • social
      • Geography
        • Base Map
      • Demography
      • Flora
      • Fauna
      • Environment/ecology
      • Economy
      • Transport
      • Governance
      • Architecture
      • Arts
      • Food
      • Apparel
      • Entertainment
      • Religions
      • festivals
  • Campaigns
    • Canal: road widening and tree cutting
    • Mayo Gardens
    • Special Premises Ordnance: Empowerment
  • Board of Governors
  • Executive: Office Bearers
  • Networking
    • NGOs
      • Plenary consultation
      • Joint Action Framework
    • Educational institutions
      • Research Projects
    • Relevant Government Departments
      • Lahore museum: City Museum
  • Funding
    • Subscriptions
      • From members: token of commitment
    • Endowments
      • From major donors: to sustain executive functions
    • Sponsorship
      • Project specific
      • Campaign specific

Please click the link below, to download New Membership Form. After completing the form, please have it signed by an existing member as your Proposer.

The existing members can update their information by using Update Form given below

  1. Mr. Nayyar Ali Dada (Founding Member)
  2. Mr. I. A. Rehman (Founding Member)
  3. Mr. Zahir ud Deen Khwaja (Founding Member)
  4. Mr. Kamil Khan Mumtaz  (Founding Member)
  5. Col. (R) Ejaz Nazim (Founding Member)
  6. Miss Azra Hameed (Founding Member)
  7. Dr. M. Pervaiz Vandal (Founding Member)
  8. Mr. Waqarud Deen Khwaja (Founding Member)
  9. Miss Tanvir Hassan (Founding Member)
  10. Dr. Pervez Hassan (Founding Member)
  11. Dr. Zafar Omer (Founding Member)
  12. Dr. Ajaz Anwar (Founding Member)
  13. Mrs. Rakshi A. U. Chaudhry
  14. Mr. Ikram A. S. Gilani
  15. Dr. Rafique A. Malik
  16. Dr. Shaukat Raza Khan (Late)
  17. Mrs. Faiz Ahmad Faiz (Late)
  18. Ms. Hina Aysha Mir
  19. Mrs. Christabel Taseer (Late)
  20. Dr. Shaukat Mahmood
  21. Mrs. Ghazala Rehman (Founding Member)
  22. Mian Tariq Mahmud (Founding Member)
  23. Ms. Amy King
  24. Mr. Noshir Dastoor
  25. Mr. Ali Hassan Habib
  26. Mrs. Perin Boga
  27. Dr. Abdul Rehman
  28. Syeda Mahjabeen A. Habib
  29. Ms. Ghazala Rehman
  30. Mr. Khalid W. Khawaja (Late)
  31. Mrs. Sajida Haider Vandal
  32. Mr. Naveed Ahmed
  33. Ms. Amina Ali
  34. Mr. Obaid A. Chaudhry
  35. Ms. Lala Rukh
  36. Mr. Mohammad Akram (Late)
  37. Mr. Yusuf Kamal
  38. Ms. Rehana Ahmad
  39. Mr. Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhary
  40. Syed Ali Akbar Hussain
  41. Ms. Nosheen Rehman
  42. Mr. Waqar A. Shaikh (Late)
  43. Mr. Wasim Rashid
  44. Mr. Shahid Jamal
  45. Dr. Mohammad Yusuf Awan
  46. M. M. Naeem Mir
  47. Dr. Arif Qayyum Butt
  48. Mr. Pervez Iqbal
  49. Dr. Siddique Akbar
  50. Mrs. R. A. Khan
  51. Mrs. Batool Jafri (Late)
  52. Mr. Syed Maqsood Pasha
  53. Mr. M. Mohsin Iqbal
  54. Ms. Surriya Yasmeen Shah
  55. Mrs. Surraya Hameedullah
  56. Ms. Tahera Kark Muzammil
  57. Mrs. Tallat Rana
  58. Mrs. Mamoona Azam
  59. Ms. Nighat Waheed
  60. Mrs. Shaiza Akram
  61. Mrs. Shamim Rashid Malik
  62. Mr. Iqbal Hussain
  63. Mr. Laik Yasmin Khan
  64. Mr. Ali Imran Qureshi
  65. Mr. Majid Khalidi Yunus
  66. Mr. Fareed Ahmad
  67. Mr. Shafiq A. Malik
  68. Ms. Mahnaz Cheema
  69. Ms. Tahira Mirza
  70. Ms. Aamra Rasheed
  71. Mr. Aziz Ahmad Malik
  72. Ms. Asia Jabeen
  73. Ms. Rizwana Rizvi
  74. Ms. Wajiha Noor
  75. Mr. Kh. Kamran Shifiq
  76. Mr. Aizid Razzaq Gill
  77. Mr. Wasim Rafi Khan
  78. Mr. Tariq Mahmood Sandhu
  79. Mr. Muhammad shuaib
  80. Mrs. Sabiha Anwar
  81. Mr. Hasnain Almakky
  82. Mr. Theodore Pahialbus, (Late)
  83. Mr. Muhammad Shafique
  84. Mr. Imtiaz Hussain Subzwari
  85. Ms. Fauzia Qureshi
  86. Ms. Rabia Nadir
  87. Mr. Parvaiz Qureshi
  88. Ms. Imrana Tiwana
  89. Mr. Ross Masud
  90. Mr. Farrukh Aziz Asri
  91. Mr. Faquir Ullah Sabir
  92. Mr. Zafeer Ullah
  93. Mr. Muhmammad Zofiigan Barlass
  94. Mr. Hamid Zaman
  95. Ms. Eram Aftab
  96. Ms. Sabiha Anwar
  97. Mr. Raza Ali Dada
  98. Mr. A. Q. Raza
  99. Mr. Qamar Mehdi
  100. Mr. Shoaib
  101. Ali Amjad
  102. Bilal Habib
  103. Sana Amjad
  104. Uzma Saeed
  105. Waqar Mustafa Sipra

“A person without the knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture is like a tree without roots.”

– Marcus Garvey



These are our founding members who have made this organization a reality

Kamil Khan Mumtaz


Imrana Tiwana

General Secretary

Dr. Ajaz Anwar

Information Secretary

Mian Tariq Mehmood



Feel free to contact us for any information and to join our organization to help conserve Lahore!

18-A, Mian Meer Road, Lahore
042-3575 8252, 0300-4241500
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