Lord M. K. Pasha was born in Lahore, Pakistan in 1962. He completed his education from MAO College of Higher Education. Later on he joined Dial Singh College for higher education, where he was selected as the leader of the student council. He was an active student during his childhood; and he also launched the student party for young Communists. When the Martial Law was declared in Pakistan and the Student Council were banned in Pakistan, Lord M.K Pasha – being the active members of student council – was forced to leave Pakistan. He got exiled to Czechoslovakia and continued his studies on scholarship in the Charles University in Prague. It was in 1990 when Pasha moved to Netherlands to support his family. There apart from political activities he started promoting cultural and entertainment activities. He is regarded as one of the greatest promoters of Bollywood and Lollywood (Pakistan) Shows in Europe. To date he has to his credit over 350 Shows such in Europe. In 2002 Pasha started active role in the politics and thus became a key strategist for the National Democratic Party (NDP). In 2003, 2007 and 2011 Pasha was NDP candidate for local office. Pasha has a firm belief that each and every citizen should take active part in the politics. He was awarded Presidential Benazir Bhutto Human Rights Award in 2010 by the President Asif Ali Zardari.
Lord Pasha strongly believes that many of the world issues including terrorism and wars can be averted by making the principles of secularism as the basis of the governance. Through print and electronic media, he made a commitment that he would be promoting that ideology in different countries all over the world.