Mohammad Jibran Nasir is a 31 year old lawyer, civil rights activist, blogger, and an independent politician. Jibran is involved in relief work through Elaj Trust and advocacy and rights awareness through Never Forget Pakistan. Jibran regularly engages youth on topics of extremism and social taboos and has spoken at a total of 40 national and international Universities such as LUMS, IBA, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia etc.
Welcome to Mohammad Jibran Nasir’s campaign website. We aspire to create a society where the power stems from the general population to the Members of the Parliament. We believe that justice should not be obstructed by feudal lords such as Sharukh Jatoi, or by tyrant public officials like Rao Anwar, former SSP Malir. We firmly believe that there should be no compromise on the fundamental rights of the people. An enlightened and well-informed society will always be well equipped to protect its rights.
Mohammad Jibran Nasir is an independent candidate competing in the General Elections 2018. His campaign’s tagline “#Aik” underscores the core values of his vision. Jibran is ONE of you, and so he understands and empathizes with the problems of common citizens. He is a practicing lawyer and Human Rights Activist, known predominantly for challenging the states discriminatory policies. His aim is to empower the general public by helping them perceive the true meaning of a democratic country and by making it common knowledge, that elected representatives are answerable to the people. Jibran wants to drive the youth out of their homes and reassure the people that there is no need to fear the political framework of our country, hence our motto “Khauf Aur Maslihat Se Azaad”. Become a part of his campaign and help him reach the masses.
Mohammad Jibran Nasir, 31, is a lawyer by profession, known for being vocal against tyranny and injustice. He is one of the founders of the Non-Governmental Organization - Never Forget Pakistan, and is also involved in relief work through Elaj Trust.
Jibran was the first to call for the arrest of Molvi Abdul Aziz, the head Cleric of Islamabad’s Lal Masjid, who refused to condemn the attack on Army Public School Peshawar, in which over 140 children were martyred. Abdul Aziz obnoxiously spreads hate and extremism through his sermons. Jibran pursued this case in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, despite ongoing threats by the Taliban and other terrorist outfits.
In the case of Khadija Siddiqui, a girl who was stabbed 24 times by Shah Hussain, the son of an influential lawyer, Jibran is providing legal counselling services. He is also the lawyer who fought the case against Shahrukh Jatoi, yet again, the son of another influential feudal lord, who murdered Shahzeb Khan in cold blood.
Jibran calls for safeguarding the rights of Pashtuns, and openly supports the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement, a civil rights movement aimed at securing the constitutional rights of Pashtuns. He is working in the case against Rao Anwar, the former SSP of Malir, who is notorious for countless extrajudicial killings, including the murder of Naqeebullah Mehsud, a young aspiring model hailing from Waziristan. He is also providing legal aid to the family of Mashal Khan, a young Journalism student who was murdered by an angry mob in Abdul Wali Khan University in Mardan, over false allegations of blasphemy.
Jibran is vocal against the discriminatory policies of the state against religious minorities and openly advocates for their fundamental rights, as provided in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.
The most recent case in Jibran’s file is that of a youngster ,Maqsood, who was killed by the police department in a fake encounter on Shahrah-e-Faisal road, Karachi.