Yasmin Qureshi is a member of the parliament of the United Kingdom. She is the British Labour Party politician and a barrister practising criminal law.
She is a very energetic and ambitious female politician of the Labour Party in the UK. Below are some of the 10 facts about Yasmin Qureshi that you do not wanna miss
|Birthday||July 5, 1963|
|Net Worth||$1-5 million|
|Education||University College London, London South Bank University|
The Government’s planning White Paper means deregulation and disregarding residents’ views. Please take part in the consultation. https://t.co/WPMJ1ly3X2 pic.twitter.com/woXc7mGa5Y
— Yasmin Qureshi MP (@YasminQureshiMP) October 14, 2020
10 Facts About Yasmin Qureshi
- Yasmin Qureshi is a female politician who represents the ‘Labour’ party and in the year 2010 May general election, she was elected as MP for Bolton South East.
- Bolton MP Yasmin Qureshi has a Wikipedia profile mentioning her every life details, events, her achievements and her personal life.
- Yasmin Qureshi was born on Gujrat City, Punjab, Pakistan and later when she was nine years old her parents including her moved to Britain.
- Furthermore, Yasmin Qureshi was born on July 5 in the year 1963. Her current age is 57 years old.
- Yasmin Qureshi was born to her parents in Pakistan. Her father was an Engineer and she has 2 siblings. She has a very good relation with her family members.
- Moreover, Yasmin Qureshi belongs to Asian ethnicity and is the Shadow Minister for International Development.
- Yasmin Qureshi is married to her husband ‘Nadeem Ashraf’ and she has been sharing a really good bond with him.
- She is a very talented lady who has a degree of BA (Hons) and also has completed her Barrister at Laws Examination. Furthermore, she has also obtained her master’s degree in Laws from the College London University.
- Recently, she has been tested positive for COVID-19 and was admitted to hospital as she had the symptoms of Pneumonia.
- She was interested in politics since childhood and at the age of 16, she joined the Party ‘Labour’ and involved actively in the field