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  Ummar Awais
  Brief Profile  

Born on August 11, 1992. Ummar Awais is an undergraduate student in Computer Science and Engineering Department, U.E.T, Lahore. He remained active in Islami Jamiat Talaba while he was an intermediate student at Govt. Islamia College, Civil Lines, Lahore. He is an active member of Literary Society and Blood Donner Society in UET, Lahore. He holds International membership of Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) as well as the post of Vice President at UET-ACM. His professional political carrier started during October 2012’s Vice Presidential elections of UET-ACM, that he won due to the charismatic election manifesto. He is Mentor of Think Tank at UET, that gives suggestion while drafting monthly ACM policies. His interests are in General knowledge, which helped him when he appeared in Provincial and National level of General Knowledge Quiz competition at GCU and SIMS, Lahore respectively, securing 2nd position in both competitions. He also attended Model United Nations sessions at UET, Lahore. Due to his exuberant administrative skills, Punjab Government bestowed the honor of being an Event-Coordinator of Robotics competitions at Punjab Youth Festival 2012. He writes articles and essays in number of magazines. His hobbies are reading, writing, gardening and swimming. His interests include Current and Foreign Affairs, Geography and History.

  Status in Youth Parliament  

Politically, Ummar Awais is affiliated with Blue Party and is member of Youth Parliament Standing Committee on Information Technology and Telecommunication and former Youth Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication from February 27, 2013 to July 04, 2013

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Second Session

Ms. Sitwat Waqar (YP12 - KP02), Mr. Umar Naeem (YP48-PUNJAB31) and Mr. Umar Awais (YP34-PUNJAB17) would like to move the following resolution:“This House is of the opinion that a stable Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s interest. It is imperative that Pakistan should have a clear and defined policy disregard of the US towards post 2014 Afghanistan. Pakistan shall support an all-inclusive afghan government representing different ethno, linguistic, sectarian and religious factions. Besides, Pakistan Government must pipeline there concerns through diplomatic channels.”

Mr. Ummar Awais (YP34-PUNJAB17) would like to move the following resolution:“This House is of the opinion that voting is a sacred duty as it decides the fate and destiny of the country for the next 5 years. Hence it’s important to ensure that every eligible person must take part in the election process. This resolution asks for making VOTING MANDATORY IN PAKISTAN for all eligible citizens and setting election commission to make necessary arrangements to make it possible in the 2018 elections.”

Second Session

Mr. Ummar Awais (YP34–PUNJAB17) and Ms. Zaib Liaqat (YP26–PUNJAB09) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that it is the time to understand the different responsibilities of legislative bodies and local government bodies. It is imperative to strengthen democracy at the local level with administrative and financial powers at the district and union councils to look after the civic and area development projects. While legislative bodies must focus on making laws/policies to benefit society. ”

Second Session

Mr. Ummar Awais (YP34–PUNJAB17), Ms. Zaib Liaqat (YP26-PUNJAB09) and Mr. Bilal Ahmad (YP37-PUNJAB20) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that student unions having no political affiliation should be allowed to operate in universities/colleges under the national union of students, to which all students unions across the countries must be affiliated, so that the democracy could strengthen and new breed of leadership could emerge.”

Fourth Session

Mr. Ummar Awais (YP34-PUNJAB-17), Ms. Anam Asif (YP40-PUNJAB-23) and Mr. Bilal (YP37-Punjab-20) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that Federal Government of Pakistan should pave the way to provide access of internet submarine cable network to the central Asia. This internet data transferring mechanism would strengthen our economy and provide foundations for our future trade with Central Asia.”

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