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Pakistan's general election 2018: Love and humanity prevailed over extremism and radicalism
Extremists and religious organizations have lost in Pakistan's general elections which puts forward an immense important message that love and humanity always prevails over hate and violence.

The main accused of Mumbai 26/11 terror attacks, Hafiz Saeed’s unregistered and unrecognized political party ‘Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek’ didn’t get even a single seat. Hafiz Saeed himself had campaigned vigorously spending crores of rupees to divert voters’ mind, but all in vain. The official results have not been announced yet but Imran Khan's party Tehreek-e-Insaf has emerged as the single largest party of Pakistan.

After the victory, Imran Khan held a press conference in which he reassured the people of Pakistan that he would make the country what Jinnah had dreamt of. He urged people of the nation to fight against poverty and terrorism along with corruption. He also asserted upon the importance of restoring humanity and establishing good diplomatic relations with India for the peace and prosperity of Pakistan.

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