6th YPP 2014
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Ali Izhar Bajwa
Brief Profile

Ali Izhar Bajwa belongs to Faisalabad District of Punjab. He was born on May 17, 1994 in Faisalabad. He received his early schooling from PAF Montessori and GAK Lahore, did his matriculation from GAK Sialkot and intermediate from F.G. Sir Syed College Rawalpindi. He joined LUMS to pursue his graduation and has completed three years of BSc. (Honors) Accounting and Finance. He is an ardent follower of politics and social policy. He has argued the case for democracy and governance on various relevant platforms. Mr. Bajwa envisions making the youth of Pakistan believe in the democratic system.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Ali Izhar Bajwa is affiliated with Blue Party , Member of Standing Committee on Finance, Economic Affairs & Planning .

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

Mr. Ali Izhar Bajwa (YP22-PUNJAB03) and Mr. Zainul Hassan (YP47-PUNJAB28) would like to move following resolution "This House expresses its concern over the imposition of Article 245 of the Constitution in Islamabad by the Government. In the House's opinion prevalent situation in country does not demand such drastic steps. The Government should take the decision back."

Fourth Session

Mr. Suneel Parwani (YP59-SINDH12), Mr. Ali Izhar Bajwa (YP22-PUNJAB03), Mr. Saffi Hussam (YP41-PUNJAB22) and Syed Tassawur Mehdi Kazmi (YP10-GB02) would like to present the following resolution:"The House strongly condemns the publishing of offensive caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) by the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The house is of the opinion that disrespecting sacred and holy personalities, idols or scriptures is extremely unacceptable, reprehensible and distasteful. The house ardently believes that freedom of expression does not warrant hate speech directed at any particular individual or community based at the expense of their venerated beliefs. It is also urged that the government should devise a policy to take this issue up in protest at all relevant international forums."

Fifth Session

Ms. Ayesha Siddique Khan (YP28-PUNJAB09), Mr. Ali Izhar Bajwa (YP22-PUNJAB03) and Ms. Amna Saeed (YP25-PUNJAB06) would like to move the following resolution: "This House is of the view that the establishment of military courts by virtue of the 21st Amendment is in contravention to the much cherished democratic and cardinal constitutional principles, primarily the doctrine of separation of powers. There is no denying the fact that Pakistan is facing exceptional circumstances but any decisions taken in panic and as a knee jerk reaction can have grave ramifications. Hence the right discourse would be the strengthening of the Judiciary with greater protection to witnesses, prosecutors and judges so that rule of law can prevail."

Mr. Ali Izhar Bajwa (YP22-PUNJAB03) would like to present a Bill entitled "Civil Services (Amendment) Bill, 2014"

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