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  Ahmad Salman Zafar
  Brief Profile  

Born on February 14, 1991. Ahmad Salman Zafar is enrolled in B.Sc. (Hons) Political Science program at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore. He hails from Darya Khan, tehsil of district Bhakkar, Punjab. He received several awards and certificates of academic distinction at school and college level. He has been associated with LUMS Model United Nations Society, LUMS Literary Society and Residential College M64 in various administrative and elected positions. Hailing from an underdeveloped district of Seraiki belt, he vows to utilize his academic credentials and training to create quality education facilities for the people of underdeveloped Seraiki areas after gaining necessary practical experience. He further plans to work along international development agencies and government for creating sustainable employment opportunities for the unemployed. He firmly believes in democratic norms, social justice, non-discrimination on the basis of ethnicity and religion and equitable allocation of resources among different regions. His areas of interest include Development Economics, Pakistan’s Relations with its neighbours and superpowers.

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Politically, Ahmad Salman Zafar is affiliated with Blue Party and is working as Youth Minister for Information

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Second Session

Mr. Mateeullah Tareen (YP03-BALOCHISTAN04), Mr. Rafiullah Kakar (YP06-BALOCHISTAN05), Mr. Hazrat Wali Kakar (YP02-BALOCHISTAN01), Ms. Nabila Jaffar (YP07-BALOCHISTAN07) and Mr. Ahmed Salman Zafar (YP24-BALOCHISTAN07) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that new provinces shall be formed in the country on the basis of a multiple criteria, which takes into consideration both administrative and ethno-linguistic factors. New federal units of Bahawalpur Janobi-Punjab, Southern Pashtunkhwa (North-Western belt of Balochistan), FATA and Hazara province shall be formed considering the popular demand for their creation and their economic and administrative viability. Creation of new provinces will not only strengthen federal integrity but will also ensure devolution of power to the grass root level.”

Third Session

Mr. Rafiullah Kakar (YP06-BALOCHISTAN05), Mr. Mateeullah Tareen (YP04-BALOCHISTAN03), Mr. Ahmed Salman Zafar (YP24-BALOCHISTAN07), Ms. Mehwish Rani (YP46-PUNJAB29) and Mr. Inam Ullah Marwat (YP14-KP04) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that the recent wave of terrorist attacks across the country reveals the alarmingly growing strength of the militants on one hand and the ignominious apathy and indecisiveness of the government and the political forces on other hand. Even more perturbing and worrisome is the fact that we, as a nation, continue to live in a state of denial, without realizing the severity of the threat posed by terrorism. This House calls upon the government to devise a clear-cut and well-defined approach regarding terrorism. It is the time to bell the cat and rescue this country and its people from the menace of terrorism.”

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