Muhammad Imran Bajwa
Muhammad Imran, the founder of the FM 103 radio station, is a graduate of Science B.Sc. (Double Maths / Physics) from the University of Punjab besides taking courses in B.Sc. (Electric Engineering) from Pakistan Air Force College of Aeronautical Engineering (1983-1988) after doing matriculation from Pakistan Air Force Intermediate College Sargodha (1980). After the studies, Imran worked as a journalist in Pakistan’s leading news organizations like, The Muslim (Islamabad), The Frontier Post (Islamabad) and weekly The Friday Times (Lahore) from 1988-1993. In this short stunt in media reporting/writing, Imran won the country’s Best Investigative Journalist (English) award from All Pakistan Newspaper Society in 1990 along with the Prime Minister’s award for the same category.
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shareholder with 25% of shares in Trade Serve Iternational Private Limited. There is no information available about Fatima Zahra. However, in certified documents MOM Pakistan obtained from Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) she shares address of Muhammad Imran which makes it very likely that both are related or come from same family.
The station was sent information request on 23 January 2019 through a courier company as well as by email. The media outlet responded through Mr ‘Arshad Siddiqui’ promptly the same day and promised to share requested information soon. However, the outlet sharing partial requested information was received on 20 February 2019 through email after a reminder was couriered on 15 February 2019 and emailed on 17 February 2019. Muhammad Imran is the first FM radio network’s owner who responded to MOM Pakistan’s request for personal profile and photo.