Who is Murad Saeed?
Murad Saeed is a well-known Pakistani politician who was born on August 17, 1986. Pakistani politician who was appointed Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services in 2018. In 2013, he was elected to Pakistan’s National Assembly for the first time. Murad Saeed’s zodiac sign is Leo, according to astrologers.
Saeed was born in Kabal, Swat, on August 17, 1986. According to reports, Saeed has a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Environmental Sciences from the University of Peshawar.
Murad Saeed Net worth
Murad Saeed’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.
Murad Saeed Age
Saeed was born on 17 August 1986 at Kabal, Swat. His age is about 36 years.
Murad Saeed Height
Murad saeed height is unknown.
Murad Saeed Family
His father’s name is Saeed Ullah. Saeed was born on 17 August 1986 at Kabal, Swat. He is unmarried. He is not in a relationship.
Murad Saeed Career
In the 2013 Pakistani general election, Saeed was elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan as a PTI candidate from Constituency NA-29 Swat.
Murad Saeed Facts
On the list of the most popular politicians. Also included in the exclusive list of notable Pakistani celebrities. Every year on August 17, Murad Saeed celebrates his birthday.
Saeed made national headlines in March 2017 after an altercation with fellow MNA Mian Javed Latif. Saeed allegedly tried to attack Javed Latif outside the National Legislature building after Latif made vulgar comments about Saeed’s sister in the assembly. Latif subsequently apologized for his inappropriate statements. The matter was subsequently settled by the National Assembly Jirga. In April 2018, he grabbed national headlines once again when a fight broke out between him and Abid Sher Ali within the National Assembly.
On October 26, 2018, he was appointed as Minister of State for Postal Services after being awarded the additional ministerial responsibility of Postal Services.
On September 11, 2018, he was appointed as Minister of State for States and Frontier Regions in Prime Minister Imran Khan’s federal government. His ministerial portfolio was modified on September 18th, and he was named as Minister of State for Communications.
In the 2018 Pakistani general election, he was re-elected to the National Assembly as a PTI candidate from Constituency NA-4 (Swat-III). He garnered 71,600 votes and beat Saleem Khan, an Awami National Party candidate (ANP).