Pakistan News : General elections are going to be held in the neighboring country Pakistan next year. Regarding which different people in Pakistan are making claims. Meanwhile, news has come that the son of a terrorist and Lashkar-e-Taiba leader may contest in the general elections to be held in Pakistan.
Hafis Saeed’s son prepares to contest elections
If reports are to be believed, Hafiz Saeed’s son Talha Saeed has decided to contest the elections. Let us tell you that Talha Saeed has been declared a terrorist by the Government of India. If reports are to be believed, Hafiz Saeed’s son has made full preparations to contest with Allah Hu Akbar Tehreek Party in Pakistan for the general elections in 2024.
For your information, let us tell you that general elections are going to be held in Pakistan next year, due to which the son of notorious terrorist and alleged jailer of Pakistan Hafiz Saeed has now taken charge of the election. There are also reports that due to Hafis Saeed being in jail, his son i.e. Talha Saeed is running his terrorist organization.
Talha Saeed’s name comes second after Hafiz Saeed.
According to many reports, when Hafiz Saeed was out of jail, he used to run the entire terrorist organization, while his son i.e. Talha Saeed was at the second position in the organization. Hafiz’s son’s name has also been involved in terrorist activities many times. Not only this, he is also accused of collecting funds for the terrorist organization for a long time.
For information, let us tell you that Hafiz Saeed’s son-in-law had also contested elections in the year 2018. Even then there was a lot of discussion about Hafiz Saeed and his family. However, this is not the first time that Hafiz Saeed’s son is contesting elections for the first time. Even before this, Talha Saeed had participated in election campaign.
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