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Meet new assistant commissioner of Karachiā€™s North Nazimabad ~ Stylish Hazim Bangwar

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It could be due to my own lack of knowledge but I've found you knowledgeable in military matters. However, it's probably best if you don't embarrass trying to justify this kanjar-pana using Islam. Islam is much more than covering awrah
Respectfully bro, Iā€™ve got my opinion and Iā€™ll voice it, you agreeing with it or not and thinking I am embarrassing myself in the least of my worries. Thank you for your concern though.
 

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Some important questions that is nobody is asking:
  • How did his father get so much money that he send him to get foreign education?
  • Even after getting foreign education why did he choose to be lowly Assistant Commissioner in Sindh?
 

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He will be lucky to not get shot by his own security detail.

Can anyone tell me why he even bothered to return to Pakistan?
How much of a difference is he really going to make for people as an Assistant Commissioner?
 

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Who is Hazim Bangwar, uber cool new assistant commissioner of Karachiā€™s North Nazimabad?​


Who could've thought a singer would become an Assistant Commissioner? It may sound like a rather unlikely situation but it's true that an uber cool, fashionable, gen-z figure is looking after the administrative affairs of Karachi's North Nazimabad area.

Hazim Bangwar, with his mixed ethnicities, is embarking on a journey to change the face of bureaucracy in Pakistan. The 30-year-old officer comes from a rich background with a mother of Iraqi descent and his father already having served as a deputy inspector general (DIG) in police. It is safe to say that Bangwar had no problem being awesome and authoritative. The New York-returned bureaucrat is excited to serve the Karachi neighbourhood.

Bangwar recently tweeted, "North Nazimabad, itā€™s a privilege to serve you as your new Assistant Commissioner."



Being utterly different from his peers, many people are eager to know more about Bangwar.


BIOGRAPHY:


Born on December 30, 1993 in Karachi, Bangwar moved to New York where he attended Midwood High School. His mother, Feroze Akbar, an architect by profession, is from Iraq. His father, Ali Akbar Bangwar, has served as a DIG in Pakistan.


Bangwar moved to London for six years where he finished his first degree in Fashion Design & Marketing from AIU London and later a second degree LLB from University from London.

MUSIC CAREER:


During his academic days in London, Bangwar spent his free time in the studios where his demos were heard by Evan Rogers and later shipped out to Interscope Records where Jay Brown, an A&R executive at the record label, was one of the first to hear the demo. After Jimmy Lovine, the CEO at Interscope Records, heard the demo and he signed a two-year deal with Bangwar.


In 2013, Hazim released his first mix tape under Interscope records ā€œOne Man Armyā€ with the leading single 'Run Emā€™, which later served many artists, including Havana Brown.


Having written for artists such as Jessie J, Future, Ciara, Juelz, T-Pain, Jason Derulo and Nicki Minaj, Bangwar was offered a deal by Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr under Young Money Entertainment as a singer/songwriter.


In November 2019, Bangwar released his first single titled "Haram", which charted #5 in South Korea, #1 in Hungry, #2 in Egypt and #5 in India. This feat made Bangwar the first Pakistani singer to reach the international charts with an English song.


In February 2020, Bangwar released his second song "Hell Ya", which earned him a #1 spot in Ghana music charts, #2 in France, #1 in South Korea and #1 in Austria. In 2021, he released his first Urdu song "Tujhko Bhulaya."

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The accomplished singer also attended major music awards in Hollywood.

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Upon his return to Pakistan, Bangwar qualified SPSC Examination and secured the spot as a PMS Officer. He is currently serving as the Assistant Commissioner of Karachi Central.

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The second and fourth image says it all. The guy is wearing occult symbols over his hand and around his neck.

Most welcome addition. Hopefully, he will carry out good work. All the best.

brother good works are usually done by scientists . Influential people emanating "artistic" trends and flashy gadgets end up contributing to an Ape culture in the society . All glitters but no substance -----.
 
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How much of a difference is he really going to make for people as an Assistant Commissioner?

Given the skill set and job description even an honest one can't make much . Better scrap the continuity of colonial regional viceroys and employee actual professionals with real life experiences .
 

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I am male, not transgender or woman but stop using either as an insult: Hazim Bangwar​

North Nazimabad's new assistant commissioner assures he has never held a 'colourful flag' either

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Singer Hazim Bangwar has become the talk of the town since being appointed as the new assistant commissioner of North Nazimbad, Karachi. The 29-year-old's photos have been going viral for all the wrong reasons.

Many have been calling him out for "imitating women" because of his effeminacy and unique fashion sense, while others have been classifying him as "transgender" or "female".

A lot of people have also been sharing an alleged screenshot of a Twitter post supposedly made by Hazim in August, 2018, that features a rainbow flag with the tweet, "Happy Pride Month". Hazim has assured that the post is "fake". No such tweet can be found on Hazim's official Twitter handle either.

In a recent address in response to the accusations and trolls, Hazim has said, "There are some misconceptions and misunderstandings that I would like to clear. Never have I ever held any colourful flag, neither have I ever posted a picture holding it -- that's fake, that's not true. Never have I associated myself with any organisation either."

Shared by journalist Rai Saqib Kharal on his Twitter, Hazim, in his address adds, "About those calling me a transgender... I am not a transgender, I am male. I am not a woman, I'm a male. However, these speculations were a bit offensive. Not for me, personally. But the fact that these people were calling me a woman, and using it as an insult, that is offen to mothers, sisters, working women, female officers."

He added, "They're constantly reinforce the stereotype that being a woman, is bad. I am not a woman so this does not affect me personally. But what are you promoting? That being a woman is bad? Or being a third gender is bad? That is completely unfair. And I would say it is offensive. I feel offended on behalf of the women and the transgender community."

According to his website, Hazim completed his defree in Fashion Design and Marketing from AIU, London and then pursued an LLB from a university in London. A music and fashion buff, he has worked with the likes of Jessie J, Future, Ciara, Juelz, T-Pain, Jason Derulo, and Nicki Minaj.

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In 2019, he released his first single Haram, which received wide acclaim in South Korea, Hungary, Egypt, and India. He released his first Urdu song, Tujhko Bhulaya, in 2021, which has over 75,000 views on YouTube so far.

On the welfare front, one of Hazim's projects also includes his foundation, HBF, which aims to provide funds to education, environmental and animal welfare, and emergency response programs in Pakistan.

Bangwar has also worked for and supported numerous local and international non-profit organisations, such as WWF, SOS, Oceana, Amnesty International, Dar Ul Sakoon, Project Aware, and PETA.
 

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Man go and watch his insta accountā€¦ guy did tremendous efforts on ground for people.. dunno why our people is so illiterateā€¦ i dun care about his visual appearance as long as he is not corrupt like PDM assholesā€¦ if he is spending tax payer money properly without any corruption then who the **** we are to say anything? Our people has no guts to say anything when we are living in Arab, dun even have balls to say anything when Govts of the western countries openly supporting and organizing events for LGBT but because someone with bit of look which we dun like, we suddenly abusing and bashing for no ******* reasonā€¦ its a sign of chutya koom sorry to sayā€¦
 

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