6th YPP 2014
Profile of Youth Parliament Member

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Sakina Gulab Khan
Brief Profile

Sakina Gulab was born on April 2,1993 in Chitral. Sakina has completed her schooling from Army Public School and currently doing her BBA from Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar. Ms. Gulab has participated in and won many competitions from debating to sports and essay writing competitions since her school years. Apart from that she has also proved her worth in sports by winning 2 silver and 1 bronze medal in different games like basketball, net ball etc.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Sakina Gulab Khan is affiliated with Blue Party , Member of Standing Committee on Education & Youth Affairs .

Contact Detail
Email: Sakinagulab2@gmail.com
Participation in Legislative Business
Second Session

Mr. Darya Khan Pahore (YP51-SINDH04), Mr. Muhammad Shahzar Illahi (YP51-SINDH09), Mr. Ayaz Ahmed Tareen (YP49-SINDH02), Ms. Mizhgan Mehboob Kirmani (YP54-SINDH07), Ms. Rahy Farooq (YP11-ICT01), Mr. Zain Ul Hassan (YP47-PUNJAB28) and Ms. Sakina Gulab Khan (YP19-KP07) would like to move the following resolution:"The House is cognizant of the fact that effective deterrence of cyber crimes is the lifeline of any nation. These include the telecommunications infrastructure itself, our banking and financial systems, our transportation networks, emergency services, and government operations at all levels. All are necessary for economic success and national security. Hence the capacity of Government of Pakistan and FIA be enhanced to effectively prevent cyber crimes."

Fifth Session

Mr. Ehtisham Ul Haq, (YP15-KP03), Mr. Moazzam Habib, (YP38-PUNJAB19),Ms. Sakina Gulab Khan, (YP19-KP07) and Ms. Amna Saeed, (YP25-PUNJAB06) would like to move the following resolution: "This House is of the opinion that there is lack of quality education in Pakistan. In Governmental Educational Institution 51% of the student of class 5th are unable to read a passage in Urdu. This House demands that Government of Pakistan should pay special attention towards quality, free, and compulsory education and also include the word "quality" in Article 25A of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan."

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