6th YPP 2014
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Muhammad Shahzar Ilahi
Brief Profile

Muhammad Shahzar Ilahi was born on September 12, 1994 and belongs to Mirpurkhas district, Sindh. He completed his O levels in 2010 from Beaconhouse School Sialkot and his A levels from Beaconhouse Margalla campus Islamabad. He is currently pursuing BSc Economics and Political Science from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). Shahzar’s academic excellence won him a gold medal for his achievements in A levels and placed him on the Deans Honour List in his freshman year at LUMS. His profound debating experience led him to become the President of the Debates and Recitation Society at LUMS (DRUMS), a post that he currently holds. Having lived in 12 different cities, Shahzar has travelled extensively across Pakistan and has been a part of debating circuits along the way. His interest in parliamentary affairs drove him to attend the entire Budget Session 2013-14 in the National Assembly as an observer. He has always been an active social worker and helped set up and manage a flood relief camp at Sialkot during 2010.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Muhammad Shahzar Ilahi is affiliated with Green Party , Member of Standing Committee on National Security .

Contact Detail
Email: shahzarilahibss@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."

Mr. Darya Khan Pahore (YP51-SINDH04), Mr. Muhammad Shahzar Ilahi (YP56- SINDH09) and Ms. Hunza Jamil (YP32-PUNJAB13) would like to move following resolution: "This House is of the opinion that unabated Drone attacks, in the midst of on-going Zarb-e-Azb operation in NWA, must be stopped. According to AFP rally, Drone strikes have claimed 2000 people since August 2008.

Mr Shahzar Illahi (YP56-SINDH09) Youth Leader of Opposition would like to move the following resolution: "This house, cognizant of the possible human rights violations of the recently approved Pakistan Protection Ordinance which has come into effect, is of the opinion that an External Complaint Agency be established by the federal government with branches in all major districts of the country which would provide citizens an opportunity to lodge complaints against misconduct and unnecessary aggression against innocent civilians by law enforcement agencies.This could ultimately prove to become a decisive factor in analyzing the success of the PPO and its human right violation. A stronger stance against a black law would thus be made in the future."

Ms. Ayesha Siddique Khan (YP28-PUNJAB09), Abdul Haseeb, (YP20-PUNJAB01) Muhammad Shahzar Illahi (YP56-SINDH09) would like to present a report titled: "POLICE REFORMS: Accountability & Violence Control"

Fourth Session

Mr. Muhammad Shahzar Ilahi (YP56-SINDH09), Mr. Darya Khan Pahore (YP51-SINDH04):"This House is of the opinion that the federal government should initiate steps to fill the economic and political vacuum in FATA (particularly North Waziristan) on an ASAP basis. As an immediate measure, the induction from the region in police and armed forces should be increased and the number of seats given to FATA should also be increased by 4 in order to accommodate for the lack of political representation. Furthermore, Pakistan Army should work with the Anti Narcotics Force to ensure that drug cultivation and trade in the regions should be eliminated as it serves as an important source for revenue for the terrorists."

Mr. Muhammad Shahzar Ilahi (YP56-SINDH09) and Mr. Darya Khan Pahore (YP51-SINDH04) would like to move the following resolution: "This House is of the opinion that the government must ensure that each political party transparently conducts inter-party elections in order to strengthen the institutional growth of the democratic rituals. "

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