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  Usman Jilani
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Born October 14, 1993. Usman Jilani is enrolled in Civil Engineering at the University of Engineering & Technology, Peshawar. He has done his Senior Schooling from Abbottabad Public School, Abbottabad. He has been a volunteer with the Anti-Narcotics Force of Pakistan and is a Representative at “The Voice of Youth”. Currently, he is elected President of American Society of Civil Engineers-Student Chapter, KP. He has also remained as the Assistant Secretary General of the Rotary Club, Peshawar and Secretary General of the Society of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Peshawar. He has also passed the YLE tests conducted by the University of Cambridge, UK. He has a keen eye on the politics of Hazara Division.

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Politically, Usman Jilani is affiliated with Blue Party and is member of Youth Parliament Standing Committee on Information

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Second Session

Mr. Mateeullah Tareen (YP04-Balochistan03), Mr. Hazrat Wali Kakar (YP02-Balochistan), Mr. Rafiullah Kakar (YP06-Balochistan), Mr. Usman Jilani (YP13-KP03), Mr. Inam Ullah Marwat (YP14-KP04) and Ms. Sharmeen Qamar (YP43-PUNJAB26) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that immediate step shall be taken for the repatriation of Afghan refugees. The Residential and Proof of Registration cards issued to Afghan refugees had expired on 31 December, 2012. As decided by Tripartite Commission (2 delegates each from each from Afghan, Pakistan and UNHCR) the refugees repatriation should have started by the end of 2012 but this did not happen. Refugee camps have become safe havens for the terrorist and banned outfits. These camps are producing man power for the TPP and outlawed organizations. Moreover, they are burden on the limited health, education, water and sanitation facilities of the host community. Therefore, government shall take steps for the removal of Afghan refugee camps and their immediate repatriation.”

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