6th YPP 2014
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Shazia Batool Hazara
Brief Profile

Shazia Batool Hazara belongs to Quetta, Balochistan. She was born on June 20, 1993 and received her schooling at the Hazara Town Girls High School. After completing her matriculation in 2009, she joined Cantt Degree College where she completed Bachelors in Science (B.Sc.) in 2013 and has recently joined the University of Balochistan for M.Sc. in Chemistry. Ms. Hazara has been among the toppers in different contests held provincially. She has great interest in social activities and often participates in different seminars and workshops and always emphasizes on the role of youth in the countries and nation's success as they are the builders of the nation.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Shazia Batool Hazara is affiliated with Blue Party , Secretary of Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Human Rights .

Contact Detail
Email: olive_valley@yahoo.com
Participation in Legislative Business
Second Session

Mr. Jahanzeb Baloch (YP05-BALOCHISTAN03), Mr. Mazhar Hussain (YP37-PUNJAB18 ), Ms. Ayesha Siddique Khan (YP28-PUNJAB09), Ms. Shazia Batool Hazara (YP06-BALOCHISTAN04) and Mr. Ajab Khan (YP03-BALOCHISTAN01) would like to move the following resolution: "This House is of the opinion that the Government of Pakistan must ensure safe recovery of Baloch missing persons. As stated by Supreme Court of Pakistan, the evidence in many cases points towards Frontier Corps (FC) and other law enforcement agencies. The growing frustration among the people of Baluchistan demands that the problem must be solved via civilized and democratic manner."

Third Session

Ms. Shazia Batool Hazara (YP06BALOCHISTAN04); Mr. Ajab Khan (YP03BALOCHISTAN01); Mr. Asmatullah Asmi (YP04-BALOCHISTAN02) and Mr. Syed Tasawur Kazmi (YP10-GB02) invite the attention of the Honorable Youth Minister for National Security towards the tragic incident happened in Quetta on Oct 23, 2014 in which 9 innocent Hazara fruit sellers were shot in a bus. Scores of innocent precious lives are lost as a result of sectarian violence in Balochistan. Series of shameful attacks have disturbed the lives of Hazara people very badly about 15 years. Immediate strict measures must be taken to stop the genocide of Shia Hazara people in Balochistan

Fourth Session

Mr. Syed Tassawur Kazmi (YP10-GB02), Ms. Shazia Batool Hazara (YP06-BALOCHISTAN04) and Mr. Javed Ali Manwa (YP09-GB01) would like to move the following resolution: "This house expresses its deep concern over the ongoing sectarian violence and sect based Target Killings in different parts of Pakistan, particularly in Quetta, Gilgit Baltistan, Parachinar and Karachi. Government of Pakistan and the Law enforcement agencies should take solid and concrete measures to stop sectarian violence and religious extremism. We also demand targeted operations against extremist forces and the leaders of banned outfits (who are re-organizing themself with new names) in the country."

Syed Tassawur Mehdi Kazmi (YP10-GB02), Mr. Irshad Ahmed (YP53-SINDH06), Mr. Muhammad Ibrahim Khan (YP17-KP05) Ms. Shazia Batool Hazara (YP06-Balochistan04) and Mr. Ramiz Ali Malik (YP58-SINDH11) would like to call the attention of Honorable Youth Prime Minster & his cabinet towards the latest issue of petrol shortage in the Country. The Government should pay a quick attention to get masses out of this worst situation of fuel shortage.

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