US President Joe Biden has elected Noman Hussain, a Pakistani national living in Texas, as a member of the Presidential Commission.
According to ARY News correspondent Jahanzeb Ali, Noman Hussain, a Pakistani-born resident of the United States, achieved great success when US President Joe Biden elected him a member of the Presidential Commission.
According to the report, Noman Hussain will fulfill responsibilities in the White House Fellowship Program. The Presidential Commission includes experts who have rendered exceptional services. Noman Hussain is based in Houston, Texas.
This is a great achievement for me. Today is one of the most important days of my life,” he said, expressing happiness at being elected a member of the Biden Presidential Commission. “I will do my best to do my best and live up to the expectations of the US president,” he said.
President Biden has already taken three Pakistani Americans, Salman Ahmed, Ali Zaidi and Dilawar Syed into his team. Mr Ahmed is a national security and foreign policy adviser who is now the director of policy planning in the Biden administration. Mr Zaidi is a lawyer and political adviser who joined the administration as the first deputy White House National Climate Adviser.
Before joining the Biden administration, Mr Ahmed was chief of staff of the US Mission to the United Nations and senior policy adviser to the US Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
Mr Zaidi, who played a key role in drafting and implementing the Obama administration’s climate action plan, works directly under former Secretary of State John Kerry who is now Mr Biden’s special envoy for climate. He also helped negotiate the Paris Climate Agreement.
President Biden has also inducted two women from the Indian-occupied Kashmir into his team.
Sameera Fazili is the deputy director of the National Economic Council (NEC) and Aisha Shah is a partnership manager at the White House Digital Strategy team.
Uzra Zeya, another Indian Muslim, has been appointed Undersecretary of State for arms control, democracy and human rights.