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  Arsalan Ali
  Brief Profile  

Born on May 26, 1988. Arsalan Ali did his Bachelors in Commerce in 2010 and is currently enrolled in Masters Program in Mass Communication at the University of Karachi. He attended the Conference for Aspiring Reporters and Media Anchors (CARMA) at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in March 2012 as the Captain of his delegation. He has volunteered in rehabilitation campaigns of earthquake and floods victims of Pakistan. He loves cricket and has represented his school and college as a captain in various Cricket Tournaments. His interests are music, sports and politics; specifically in Foreign Affairs and Defense. He aspires to become a journalist and is currently a blogger at

  Status in Youth Parliament  

Politically, Arsalan Ali is affiliated with Green Party and is working as Secretary General (Green Party) and is member of Youth Parliament Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence

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  Participation in Legislative Business  
First Session

Mr. Arsalan Ali (YP52-SINDH04) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that the creation of Election Commission of Pakistan was made after the full and complete consensus from all the political parties present in the parliament thus no outside and undemocratic force should be allowed to raise question on the unbiasedness of election commission".

Second Session

Mr. Kashif Ali (YP51-SINDH03) and Mr. Arsalan Ali (YP52-SINDH04) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that the biggest threat to hold free and fair elections 2013 is the increased targets by the militants. There has been an increased identification by the militant groups to attack parties such as ANP, PPP and MQM who have historically retained and stood against terrorists in Pakistan. The coming elections are no less significant. At stake is the future of Pakistan as a democratic country. It is therefore high time that Election Commission Pakistan must not let the electoral process being hijacked by the anti-state forces and all the parties must vehemently condemn TTP's attacks. An adequate protective arrangement must also be made with the help of police, rangers and if needed the Army to ensure that people participate in elections free of intimidation and fears.”

Second Session

Mr. Arsalan Ali (YP52-SINDH04) and Mr. Kashif Ali (YP51-SINDH03) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that government should lift the ban from Youtube as it is a clear violation of article 19(a) of constitution of Pakistan, which guarantees the right of information to every citizen.”

Second Session

Mr. Kashif Ali (YP51-SINDH03), Mr. Arsalan Ali (YP52-SINDH04), Ms. Sitwat Waqar (YP12-KP02), Mr. Ejaz Sarwar (YP21-PUNJAB04), Ms. Momna Naeem (YP31-PUNJAB14) to introduce “Minorities Protection Bill.

Mr. Kashif Ali (YP51-SINDH03), Mr. Arsalan Ali (YP52-SINDH04) to introduce a Private Member bill on “Protection against Domestic Violence.”

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