A superb orator, an awe-inspiring leader, a true jingoistic fellow left us mourning on 28 July, 2010.
Born on June 14, 1987 in Karachi, Bilal Jamaee was a very intelligent and a bright student. Currently he was a student for BS in Mass Communication at the University Of Karachi. At University of Karachi he served as the General Secretary of ‘Bazm-e-Adab’. Not only a good public speaker he was an equally terrific writer. He participated in numerous Debating Competitions and had written a number of stories for children’s magazines.
Bilal Jamaee worked for two years at Elite Publishers as Asst. Manager, where he was responsible for manufacturing products regarding printing and publishing. He applied for the Youth Parliament Pakistan 2009-2010. He successfully cleared written test and was short listed for interview. The interview panel saw a genius, a master mind and a whiz kid in Bilal Jamaee; hence he qualified for the Youth Parliament Pakistan 2009-2010. He was Youth Shadow Minister for Information. He was affiliated with Green party. Mr. Bilal Jamaee was part of the recent Youth Parliament Study Visit to UK that took place from July 5-9, 2010.
He often used to say, “Pakistan is a country of Greens but now, country wants some Red from Greens”. He was always thinking of bringing about some positive change in country’s political infrastructure. After his return from Youth Parliament Study Visit to UK he often used to refer to their democratic system.
Bilal Jamaee was eager to see Pakistani Youth actively participating in country’s political set up. He was against hierarchical politics.
He had left millions and millions of mourners behind him. Though we miss his physical presence but he would always live inside us.
Bilal Jamaee! You serve as a mentor and as a role model to be followed by Pakistan Youth. Your blood would not go in vain; we would take up your cause. You were not only a Guftar ka Ghazi but for sure he was a Kirdar ka Ghazi!