ISLAMABAD, Jan 2: The oath-taking ceremony of National Youth Assembly Pakistan Gilgit-Baltistan chapter was held at Gilgit Baltistan House Islamabad on January 1, Where Governer Gilgit-Baltistan Pir Karam Ali Shah administered oath to the new members of the youth body.
Three youth from Chitral – Junaid Saleh Hayat, Sajjad Ali and Sadia Sabir – also took oath as members of the youth body. Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah, members of Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly, President of the National Youth Assembly Pakistan and other dignitaries attended the function.
Speaking with the Chitrali youth members after taking oath, the GB Governer expressed his hap0piness over their selection and congratulated them.
The National Youth Assembly Pakistan is a model parliament for talented young Pakistani from diverse backgrounds, collaborating one another to imagine what they would do if they were the members of the parliament. The NYA is one of the leading, self-dependent forums of the country, which has brought together future leaders from more than 120 Districts of the country and also provides the opportunity to learn about politics, democracy, social work and parliamentary system in a best learning environment. Every member of the NYA has the chance to write model legislation, add input during meetings, or participate in youth-related activities.