6th YPP 2014
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Javaid Ali Manwa
Brief Profile

Javaid Ali Manwa belongs from Nagar Valley of Gilgit Baltistan. He was born October 15, 1988. He received his schooling from Karachi and after completion of his SSC, he moved to Abbottabad for his intermediate level Studies. Mr. Manwa later moved to Forman Christian College University Lahore for his B.A Honours in Contemporary Politics as major and Mass Communication as his Minor subject. After graduation from FC Lahore he has remained involved in politics in his ancestral constituency of Nagar Proper of Hunza Nagar District. He aspires to equip himself with standard practices of politics of meritocracy. His emphasis is in inculcating high moral and democratic values in socio political landscape of Gilgit-Baltistan unlike conventional politics of sect, region and tribes.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Javaid Ali Manwa is affiliated with Blue Party , Member of Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs .

Contact Detail
Email: javedali.manwa@gmail.com
Participation in Legislative Business
Third Session

Mr. Javaid Ali Manwa (YP09-GB01) and Mr. Syed Tasawur Kazmi (YP10-GB02) would like to move the following resolution: "This House appreciated and lauded the sincere efforts of the Standing Committee of Senate on Human Rights for taking notice of Human Rights violation in GB with special reference to constitutional deprivation of the people of Gilgit Baltistan for the past several decades. On behalf of people of Gilgit-Baltistan this august House thanked the Chairman, Afrasiab Khattak, and all members of the committee and showed their full support and assistance to the Senate Committee on the sensitive issue of denial of constitution rights to the people of Gilgit Baltistan since 67 years of liberation."

Mr. Irshad Ahmed (YP53-SINDH06); Mr. Naveed-ur-Rehman Anwar (YP18-KP06); Mr. Waqas Ishtiaq (YP46-PUNJAB27) and Mr. Javaid Ali Manwa (YP09-GB01) would like to move the following resolution: "This House is of the opinion that electoral representation should be proportionate to the number of popular votes polled in favour of political parties in any election, where the number of seats won should correspond to a party's polling percentage. Adequate laws and legislation should be done accordingly by the Parliament to ensure proper representation of the masses in legislature."

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."

Fifth Session

Syed Tassawur Mehdi Kazmi (YP10-GB02) Mr. Javed Ali Manwa (YP09-GB01) Mr. Ramiz A Malik (YP58-SINDH11) and Ms. Amna Saeed (YP25-PUNJAB06) would like to move the following resolution:"This House is of the opinion that National Testing Service (NTS) has been formed to earn and get money from the pockets of poor students & unemployed youth of the country in the name of Entry Tests & Employment Tests, and suggests the Federal Government to establish an organization that can provide the same service at cheaper rates."

Syed Tassawur Mehdi Kazmi (YP10-GB02) Mr. Javed Ali Manwa (YP09-GB01) Mr. Irshad Ahmad (YP53-SINDH06) and Ms. Maria Malik (YP35-PUNJAB16) would like to move the following resolution: "This House expresses deep concern over the move to roll back the constitutional rights guaranteed to people under the Gilgit-Baltistan Empowerment and Self Governance Order-2009, particularly on the appointment of Governor of Gilgit Baltistan. This House also believes that the whole Interim Government and Governor are selected on a political basis by violating rules and regulations paving way for pre-poll rigging in the upcoming GBLA Elections."

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