6th YPP 2014
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Suneel Parwani
Brief Profile

Suneel Parwani was born on June 28, 1994 in district Tharparkar of Sindh. He completed his primary and secondary education from his hometown and then moved to densely populated city of Karachi for further studies. Currently, he is pursuing his BE in Industrial Electronics Engineering from NED University. Mr. Parwani has been entrusted with many responsibilities like Member of different clubs and societies. Through social participation, he wants to establish positive, sustainable pace of development in community.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Suneel Parwani is affiliated with Green Party , Member of Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Human Rights .

Contact Detail
Email: suneel.parwani@iiee.edu.pk
Participation in Legislative Business
Third Session

Mr. Suneel Parwani (YP59-SINDH12); Ali Shan Khan (YP13-KP09) and Ms. Rahy Farooq (YP11-ICT01) would like to move the following resolution: "Regarding PMDC's decision on allotting 50 percent seats in medical and dental colleges for females to flout merit and discrimination against women, this House suggests government takes surety from all medical college students to work for education, instead of adopting quota system".

Fourth Session

Mr. Suneel Parwani (YP59-SINDH12) and Mr. Ehtisham Ul Haq (YP15-KP03) would like to call the attention of the Honourable Youth Prime Minister toward the pathetic management of the crisis in Tharparkar district which has led to several hundred deaths in the current year.

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."

Mr. Ali Shan Khan (YP13-KP01), Mr. Suneel Parwani (YP59-SINDH12), Mr. Darya Khan Pahore (YP51-SINDH04) and Mr. Ehtisham ul Haq (YP15-KP03) would like to move the following resolution: "This House is of the opinion that the government of Pakistan should built incubation centers for training and nurturing of entrepreneurs to create new job opportunities in Pakistan"

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