6th YPP 2014
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Mashal Mushtaq
Brief Profile

Ms Mushtaq belongs from Rawalpindi division of Punjab. She was born on June 17, 1993. She is currently doing Bachelors in Economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). She has done several economic projects, including the project with London School of Economics. Ms. Mushtaq has also worked with SOS Village schools, with respect to the education of the children over there and Special Children’s Institute Bahria Foundation. Moreover, she intends to be heavily involved in policy making, solving the matters of immense concern for Pakistan, including several economic and social issues, and projecting a positive image of the country in the international arena.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Mashal Mushtaq is affiliated with Blue Party , Vice Chairperson of Standing Committee on Finance, Economic Affairs & Planning .

Contact Detail
Email: mashalmushtaq123@hotmail.com
Participation in Legislative Business
Fourth Session

Ms. Mashal Mushtaq (YP36-PUNJAB17) and Ms. Rahy Farooq (YP11-ICT01) would like to move the following resolution: "This house is of the idea that reporting by the media on Peshawar attack has been indecent and against the fundamental human rights. Horrible background music and asking silly questions from the traumatized children on hospital beds for the sake of story reporting is a psychological setback. Media should play responsible and such sort of reporting needs to be strictly discouraged in future.

Ms. Mashal Mushtaq (YP36-PUNJAB17) and Mr. Sohaib Saeed (YP02-AJK02) would like to move the following resolution:"This House is of the opinion that the creation of Regional Economic Interdependence through bilateral trade between Pakistan, other South Asian countries and Iran could lead to the betterment of foreign relations and hence both; economic and political stability of Pakistan."

Ms. Mashal Mushtaq (YP36-PUNJAB17) would like to move the following resolution:"The House believes that child labour is a plague that is destroying young minds. Realizing the damage that it causes on individual level in terms of it its adverse effect on child's health, educational loss and on collective level in terms of involving children in illegal activities such as street beggary, the government shall introduce schemes such as providing welfare payments to the under-privileged families and shall ensure the implementation of laws against child labour."

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