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  Bilal Ahmad
  Brief Profile  

Born on March 28, 1991. Bilal Ahmad is a final year student in Mechanical Engineering at UET, Lahore. He has always shown keen interest in extra- curricular activities being an active member of various societies he won various international & national competitions. He is General Secretary of Debating Society of UET, Lahore. Being a speaker he has participated in various debate competitions. He is among the distinguished students in the faculty who holds Punjab Government Internal Merit scholarship. He also availed various other scholarships during his studentship. His subjects of interests includes Defence, Human Rights & Current Affairs.

  Status in Youth Parliament  

Politically, Bilal Ahmad is affiliated with Blue Party and is member of Youth Parliament Standing Committee on Information Technology and Telecommunication and former Secretary General of the Blue Party from February 27, 2013 to July 04, 2013

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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.”

Mr. Bilal Ahmad (YP37-PUNJAB20) and Ms. Sharmeen Qamer (YP43-PUNJAB26) would like to move the following resolution:“This House is of the opinion that foreign policy of Pakistan should be more flexible for Asian countries. It should also portray Pro-Asian approach. This will lead Pakistan to strong regional interactions, more trade opportunities, better relationships with neighbors and thus a strong alliance with them for safe and enhanced economy.”

Ms. Sharmeen Qamar (YP43-PUNJAB26) and Mr. Bilal Ahmad (YP37-PUNJAB20) would like to move the following resolution:“This House is of the opinion that according to the provisions of Pakistan Penal Code sections 146-149 and 152-154 any such perpetrators who violate that citizen’s rights of peaceful assembly and protest, protected under the constitution and subsequently causes affray and riots should be held liable and official complaints should be launched by the concerned authorities to bring the violators to justice and instill a deterring effect from any such incident again.”

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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