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Faik Ali Chachar

Faik Ali Chachar belongs to District Ghotki. He was born on June 07, 1979. Faik Ali Chachar obtained a BA (Hons) degree in English Literature and Linguistics from University of Sindh Jamshoro in 2000. He also got a Masters degree in English Literature. During his student years, he took active part in politics from the platform of a nationalist party of Sindh which groomed his political capabilities. He joined Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarian's Central Information Secretary as a Media and Communication Coordinator in 2006. He has earlier worked as an interpreter, coordinator and observer with the European Union Election Observation Mission 2002 which led him to have first-hand experience and knowledge of electoral processes.
  Farooq Shah
  Farooq Shah was born on January 06, 1978. He belongs to Karachi. Farooq Shah has passed his intermediate from Government Degree Science College Orangi Town Karachi and later completed his DHMS from Pakistan Central Homeopathic Medical College in 1998. He is currently serving at Farooq Medical centre. He is politically affiliated with Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarian. He believes that Education and Health need to be focussed on to improve the lives of people. Apart from his political interests, Farooq Shah is also the head of Global Anti Narcotics and Social Development Organisation since 1999. His fields of interest include Education, Women Development and Health. As a member of Youth Parliament, he wishes to discuss the issues of unemployment, corruption and terrorism as leading issues of concern to youth.  
  Hammad Khan Marri

Hammad Khan Marri was born on May 14, 1980. He belongs to District Sanghar. Hammad Khan Marri got his secondary education from Army Public School Murree and then completed his graduation from University of Sindh, Jamshoro in Computer and Information Technology. Hammad Khan Marri is politically affiliated with Pakistan Muslim League (Functional) and has also been serving as the president of PML Tando Adam. He has also worked with the Pakistan Senateís Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Resources as an intern. He has served his professional services voluntarily for local bodies of 2005 election campaign. He is also a member of the Sindh Development Society (SDS) since January 2004 as well as a member of Medical Equipment Aid. His areas of interest include Youth Affairs, Information & Broadcasting and Interior.

  Mehvish Muneera Ismail

Mehvish Muneera Ismail belongs to Karachi. She was born on July 18, 1984. She completed her schooling from Karachi Grammar School in 2003 and is a student of B.A/ L.L.B at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). She has also worked as a teaching assistant at LUMS. Mehvish is active in extra-curriculr activities and is a member of the LUMS Law and Politics Society. Mehvish Muneera Ismail has carried research on the issue of the humanitarian crisis of the stranded Biharis, the Juvenile System Ordinance 2000, and Police Reforms with reference to the Police order 2002, and the NAB ordinance, etc. Her areas of interest include Interior, Law and Women Development.

  Mir Ghulam Murtaza Noonari

Mir Ghulam Murtaza Noonari belongs to District Jacobabad. He was born on March 02, 1983. He holds a Masters degree in Sociology from Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur. He has worked as a youth mobiliser and as an international volunteer in Global Youth Exchange Programme. Currently, he is working with Youth Action in Pakistan as a youth coordinator. He is also working with Pakistan Young Greens as its Secretary General. Murtaza has also remained President of District Student Alliance. He is a member of the Youth Advisory Panel of the United Nations Family Planning Association (UNFPA), United Nations Volunteer Network (UNVN) and World Student Assembly. He seeks to address several key issues from the Youth Parliament including gender issues, social security, democracy, Pak-India relations and youth participation in electoral processes. His main fields of interest include Foreign Affairs, Youth Affairs and Commerce.

  Qurat ul Ain Marri

Qurat ul Ain Marri belongs to District Sanghar. She was born on April 27, 1981. She completed her O Levels in 1998 and A-Levels in 2000. She is currently enrolled in the Law Programme. Her scholastic achievements include representing her school at various public speaking events organised by the European Union and the Jinnah Foundation. She has also remained editor of her school newsletter and magazine. During her brief stint at high school in the USA, she remained the co-chair of the Lincoln Douglas Debate Squad, representing her school at various debate meets including the Harvard Debate Tournament of Champions. She has also written articles on politics and social issues in newspapers. Her fields of interest include Youth Affairs, Law & Women Development.

  Riaz Hussain Wassan

Riaz Hussain Wassan belongs to District Khairpur. He was born on February 05, 1984. Riaz Hussain Wassan holds a Masters degree in Public Administration from University of Karachi with a major in Human Resource Management. He is currently working as a training consultant designing and managing training programmes as well as delivering lectures at the Sindh National Textile College. He has remained Vice Principal of a school from 2000 to 2001 also. Riaz Hussain Wassan has attended many seminars, workshops and short courses in his discipline including some focusing on problem solving & decision making. Interested in community affairs, Riaz is also the president of Wassan Welfare Association since 2001. His issues of interest include Education, Defence and Youth Affairs.

  Saira Soomro

Saira Soomro was born on July 15, 1979. She belongs to District Shikarpur, Sindh. She completed her schooling up to A-Levels from Karachi Grammar School, where she also served as the school perfect. She later completed her LLB from University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom where she graduated with honours in 2001. In the same year, she qualified as a barrister from Society of Lincolns Inn. She has served with Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim & Co. as an associate. She later joined Liaquat Merchant Associates where her corporate experience includes projects such as the merger of American Express bank Ltd into JS Bank. On the political front, she has participated in extensive election campaigns in different parts of the country. She desires to focus on the development of Health and Education facilities, especially for the female population of her area.

  Sana Toaha Faridi

Sana Toaha Faridi belongs to Karachi. She was born on December 12, 1977. Sana Toaha Faridi got her intermediate degree from College of Home Economics and later her bachelors degree in Political Science from the Karachi University in 2003. She is a house wife and has two sons. Sana is a staunch supporter of democracy. Sana Toaha Faridi would like to highlight the impediments in the way of democracy from the platform of Youth Parliament as she believes that only youth conscious of these issues can take Pakistan forward towards a sustainable democratic future. Sanaís major fields of interest include Education, Health, Youth Affairs and Labour and Manpower.

  Zaka Zahid Shafiq

Zaka Zahid Shafiq was born on November 03 1982. He belongs to Karachi. Zaka has spent ten years at Aitchison College, Lahore where he obtained his O-levels. From there, he moved to Toronto, Canada to completie his high school education and earned the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) in June 2001. Zaka obtained a BA (Hon) in Political Science & International Relations from Trinity College, University of Toronto. Zaka Zahid Shafiq possesses a keen interest in Pakistanís constitutional and legal history. He has also worked on a project on judicial reforms in Pakistan and wrote a paper on the jirga/tribal justice system for the report. Zaka is keenly interested in learning more about Pakistan's legal and legislative systems, especially through his association with the Youth Parliament. His areas of interest include Foreign Affairs, Finance, Law and Education.


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