Even during the lifetime of Hafiz Saeed, he was number two in Lashkar. Talha’s name has come up in many terrorist activities and he has been working to raise funds for his terrorist organization for a long time.
Talha Saeed, son of terrorist and Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Hafiz Saeed, has decided to contest the general elections of Pakistan to be held in the year 2024. Apart from this, he has also started its preparations in full swing. Let us tell you that Talha Saeed has been declared a terrorist by the Government of India. Talha will contest this election from Allah Akbar Tehreek Party. Talha, son of notorious terrorist and alleged Pakistani jailer Hafiz Saeed, has taken charge of the elections to be held in Pakistan early next year. Interestingly, since Hafiz Saeed is reportedly in jail, he also has the command of the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.
Even during the lifetime of Hafiz Saeed, he was number two in Lashkar. Talha’s name has come up in many terrorist activities and he has been working to raise funds for his terrorist organization for a long time. Let us tell you that earlier in 2018, Hafiz Saeed’s son-in-law had contested the elections. However, Talha Saeed is not contesting elections for the first time. Earlier in 2018, he had contested elections from his father’s hometown Sargodha. Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has accepted the papers of Hafiz Talha Saeed (son) and Hafiz Khalid Waleed (son-in-law) for National Assembly Seat 91 (Sargodha-IV) and National Assembly Seat 133 (Lahore). Talha Saeed lost in this election by 11000 votes. Apart from this, Hafiz’s son-in-law also lost the election. At that time this party had fielded a total of 50 candidates.
According to the information given by Talha to the Election Commission of Pakistan, his name is Talha Saeed alias Hafiz Talha Saeed. Let us tell you that India declared Hafiz Saeed’s son Talha Saeed a terrorist in the year 2022 and accused him of working for the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba and being involved in many terrorist incidents in India.