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Fateh Ullah Khan
YP4-08-KP04
Session 4, 2015
Brief Profile

Mr. Fateh Ullah Khan belongs to the Tank District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and hails from the Kundi tribe of Pashtun descent that is well-known as a nursery for the national and provincial Politburo. Born on November 10, 1990 he received his schooling from Kundi Model Secondary School and University Wensam College D.I. Khan. He completed his degree in Civil Engineering from UET Peshawar in 2012 and registered as Civil engineer with Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC). Later on, he attended the National Institute of Urban Infrastructure Planning (NIUIP) Peshawar to pursue Master in Urban Infrastructure Engineering. Currently, he is working as Assistant Director (technical) at Commissioner ate Afghan Refugees Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in RAHA (Refugees affected and Hosting Areas) programme, a joint venture of United Nations And Government of Pakistan. Since his school days, he has actively participated in Humanitarian and extracurricular activities. He was named the best debater in a declamation contest on "Disaster Management, a panacea For development" held under the aegis of Centre for Disaster Preparedness and Management (CDPM) at Institute of Education and Research, University of Peshawar. He also wrote opinion pieces for daily Times and Frontier Post for two consecutive years on issues ranging from indigenous conflicts to international geopolitics during 2011-12. He has completed three training programmes on peace and conflict studies from United States Institute of Peace, Washington DC. He aspires to become an eminent political consultant and work for the welfare and development of backward and marginalized countrymen.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Fateh Ullah Khan is affiliated with Blue Party and Member of Standing Committee on National Security and Foreign Relations.

Contact Detail
Email: fukhan90@gmail.com
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