Murad Saeed

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Designation: MNA
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Pakistan Tehreek - e - Insaaf

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Murad Saeed is born 17 October 1986 he is a Pakistani politician who is currently a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan. Saeed was elected to the National Assembly from his constituency NA-29 in Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa following the 2013 general election. He is a native of the town of Kabbal in Swat District. He also holds the distinction of being the youngest parliamentarian in Pakistan's history.

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Saeed is a graduate in environmental sciences from the University of Peshawar. A poet whose verses would reflect the innocent late-teens dreams, a debater who would always end his speeches with a hope. An Environmentalist by profession, to this widely known student of University of Peshawar, realities came up as a total surprise with the movement for the restoration of Judiciary in early 2007 and then as a shock with the emergency imposed in November 2007 by -the then President- Musharaf. Murad decided to materialize his words and aimed to fight for the survival of the hope he has been giving through his speeches. 22 November 2007 was when he started collecting like-minded students under the flag of 'INSAF' in University of Peshawar. The date’ now marked as the Inception Day of Insaf Student Federation. Soon the movement reached every nook and corner of the province. He served as a Provincial President for the ISF Khyber Pukhtunkhwa till 2010. Appointed as a Secretary Youth Affairs, PTI Youth Wing KPK. Member of the Central Executive Council, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and 'Chairman Monitoring Cell' PTI in 2011. Murad was the youngest contestant for Provincial President-ship KPK in the in the intra-party elections 2013 Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf granted him a ticket for contesting in General Elections 2013 from NA-29. He won by getting 88291 votes becoming the youngest Member Parliament in the Political History of Pakistan.

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