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  Afnan Saiduzzaman Siddique
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Born on March 23, 1984. Afnan Saeeduzzaman Siddiqui completed his early and high school education from St. Michael’s Convent School and Bahria College, Islamabad respectively. He completed the Bachelors of Business Informatics from Hamdard University and then proceeded to Cardiff for Higher Education. He has completed LL.B from University of Buckingham and finalized the legal qualification by completing the Legal Practitioners Course (solicitor’s Course) from BPP Manchester. He took part in numerous conferences and job placement abroad and locally. He is registered as a member of the Pakistan’s Future Leaders Conference held in Oxford, represented the Manchester chapter and assisted Barrister Amjad Malik, in the Law and Legal Reforms Committee. He has presented a report on Land Reforms, the proposal that was to be forwarded this year. He was elected as the Vice President of the Student’s Union University of Buckingham and also served as the Vice President of the Law Society and was appointed as the General Secretary of the Islamic Society and Coordinator Islamic talks. He has attended the Human Rights workshop organized by the University of Oxford and became the member of Amnesty International UK. The initiative of inaugurating the Buckingham chapter of Amnesty International Society was spear headed during the vice presidency period with the help of the later President of the society. He was the member of the Chief Minister Punjab’s Legal team, ex-officio at the moment, provided and witnessed presentation of Bills and partook in the vetting of those bills after the committee stages in the Punjab Assembly during July 2011- Jan 2012. He also served as a member of the Cardiff Mini UN; contributions in peace related articles and rally against the Americanization of the world was actively participated in. He instigated a contributory debate at the London based private members club ‘Browns’ as member of the Sind Club was allowed to enter and subsequently paved way for a debate on the role of the Sub-Continent after the exit of the British. He has a vast experience at various organizations like KPMG Pakistan in the ISO certification department, gained insight in the world of advertising as client account executive at McCann Erickson Pakistan, he stepped foot into the legal profession at LMA-Adam as a paralegal. He was the Legal Assistant at Time Solicitor UK and learned legislative drafting as participant of a crash course at the Westminster Parliament (House of Commons) UK. He was a Junior Solicitor at Amjad Malik and Associates Solicitors, Rochdale and Hostel Coordinator at University of Buckingham. He also volunteered as a Legal Audit Coordinator at the British Muslim Heritage Centre, Manchester.

  Status in Youth Parliament  

Politically, Afnan Saiduzzaman Siddique is affiliated with Blue Party and former Youth Minister for Law, Parliamentary Affairs and Human Rights from February 27, 2013 to July 04, 2013

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Second Session

 Mr. Afnan Saeeduzzaman Siddiqui (YP54-SINDH06) would like to move the following resolution:“This House is of the opinion that the coal is the cheapest source of commercial and consumer energy being used worldwide. Pakistan is blessed with immense resources of coal and the need of the hour is to strategize their proper utilization. This resolution asks upon government to expedite its efforts in acquiring coal driven power plants and to lay apt provisions in coming budget to develop indigenous coal technology and alternative resources in academia and technicians.”

Second Session

Mr. Rajesh Kumar Maharaj (YP61-SINDH3), Mr. Afnan Saiduzzaman Siddique (YP54-SINDH06), Mr. Asadullah Chattha (YP-38-PUNJAB21), Syed Faiz Ali (YP30-PUNJAB13), Ms. Zaib Liaqat (YP26-PUNJAB09), Mr. Asad Abdullah (YP50-SINDH02) would like to present a policy for protection of minority rights and procedural amendments in blasphemy laws in light of the report prepared by the Blue Party on “Violation of Minority Rights.

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