PPP candidate slips his election campaign posters into students' notebooks in Karachi

PPP candidate slips his election campaign posters into students' notebooks in Karachi

Malik Muhammad Hassan Khan is contesting the election from NA-248 Karachi.
PPP candidate slips his election campaign posters into students' notebooks in Karachi

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25 Jan 2024

Candidates contesting elections in Pakistan are introducing new ways to attract the masses to vote for them on February 8. In Karachi, a Pakistan People’s Party candidate kick-started his election campaign by attaching pamphlets to students’ notebooks in the school he runs.

According to Aaaj News report, Malik Muhammad Hassan Khan, who is PPP’s candidate in the general elections 2024 from NA-248, is a managing director of Happy Palace School where he reportedly attached the pamphlets of his campaign in the students’ notebooks.

Khan’s father believes that the way of running a campaign isn’t unlawful, as he and his son were busy providing quality education to the students, and hence don’t have time to run the campaign.

However, the parents claimed that they were being pressured to cast their vote for Hassan.

They appealed to the Election Commission of Pakistan to keep their children away from politics as they have been sending their children for education rather than participating in any campaign.

General elections in Pakistan are set to take place on February 8 for which the Election Commission of Pakistan has completed the arrangements. 

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