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  Najam-U-Saqib Memon
  Brief Profile  

Born on December 15, 1988. Najam-U-Saqib Memon completed his M.Sc. in International Relations from Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad. He was a part of several departmental and university level societies during his apprenticeship period at different educational institutions. Along with studies he was also very active in extra co-curricular activities. He was Chief Coordinator of QAU Adventure Club. He also served as Vice President of IR Society QAU Islamabad and remained Vice President of Blood Donor Society GCU Lahore. He served as Joint Secretary Rovers Club GCU Lahore, Press Secretary Library Society GCU Lahore, Executive member of Mehboob-ul-Haq Economic Society, Executive member of Quaid-e-Azam Political Science society GCU Lahore, Member of GCU Debating Society. He also won positions in debating and essay writing competitions. His interests include Security Studies, Peace Studies, Economic and Geopolitical Affairs.

  Status in Youth Parliament  

Politically, Najam-U-Saqib Memon is affiliated with Green Party and is working as Youth Chief Whip (Green Party) and Chairperson Youth Parliament Standing Committee on Information Technology and Telecommunication

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Second Session

Mr. Najam u Saqib Memon (YP59-SINDH11) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that the government of Pakistan should devise an environmental policy and make special efforts to shift industrial zones away from residential areas in order to save the precious lives of its citizens and other living organisms from the havoc of dangerous pollutants. Along with that it is need of the hour to initiate policies. I.e. plantation schemes, spending at least 2% of budget to develop environment friendly zones in each district as well as at union council level throughout Pakistan and by creating awareness among masses through mass media. By adopting such methods there would be possibility that we might secure our future generations from the hazards of extreme weather conditions, and their everlasting impact on our planet as a whole.

Second Session

Mr. Najam u Saqib Memon (YP59-SINDH11) would like to move the following resolution: “This House is of the opinion that the government of Pakistan should initiate strict policies against actors of cyber crime at national as well as international level through joint venture of developing countries. Ensuring the implementation of such policies through special treaties with partner countries for effective functioning of above said set of rules and policies. And any culprit found indulged in such crime should be punished with iron fist, as per criminal law of that land.”

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