Dr Zareen Roohi of Pakistani descent has been selected as King Charles III’s special adviser.
According to reports, this is the first time in history that a woman of Pakistani descent has been cast in the coveted position. According to sources, Roohi’s role will be equivalent to that of an assistant secretary.
The new advisor to the King of the United Kingdom is claimed to be a local and foreign affairs expert who will advise the country’s oldest monarch on state problems.
The Septuagenarian King has chosen an Asian woman as part of his new strategy of integrating all communities into UK government activities. Dr. Zareen will serve alongside Nathan Ross at the Private Secretary’s office, which is the King’s primary source of constitutional and political counsel.
The new advisor to King is believed to be a highly skilled and seasoned professional who has worked in disciplines as broad as diplomacy, education, and health. Zareen has outstanding academic credentials, having received a doctorate in multiculturalism.
She formerly worked as CEO of notable organizations such as the British Asian Trust and is still a member of various organizations such as the Commonwealth Education Trust and the Royal Commonwealth Society. Dr. Zareen received various accolades for her contributions.