Tahir Sadiq Khan BiographyTahir Sadiq is a Pakistani politician who is associated with Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf since 2018 as a member of National Assembly. Previously he served as a member of Pakistan Muslim League for a longer time. His ultimate goal is to utilize this political platform to work towards the enhancement of Punjab. Being born in a Khattar family he is a retired civil officer who is now serving in politics.
Education of Tahir SadiqHe is one of the educated politicians of Pakistan who did bachelors from Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul. Subsequent to resigning from the Pakistan Army with the position of Major, he got associated with the Punjab civil service where he served for a long time.
Tahir Sadiq Khan FamilyHe was born in a Khattar family to Sardar Muhammad Sadiq Khan. His son Muhammad Zain Ellahi is also a Pakistani politician who served as a member of the National Assembly as an independent candidate. His brother in law Chaudhry Pervaiz Ellahi is a well-known name in the field of politics who also served as the one and only Deputy prime minister of Pakistan in 2013.
- He contested his first elections in 1997 for the Provincial Assembly of Punjab as a member of Pakistan Muslim League (N) from Constituency PP-12 (Attock-I). He gave a major defeat to Muhammad Shawez Khan by securing 36,051 votes. In 2017, he joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and left PMLN. He was chosen for the National Assembly of Pakistan as an applicant of PTI from Constituency NA-55 (Attock-I) and from Constituency NA-56 (Attock-II) in 2018 General Elections.
- He got 145,168 votes from Constituency NA-55 (Attock-I) and crushed Sheik Aftab Ahmed and got 163,325 votes from Constituency NA-56 (Attock-II) and vanquished Malik Sohail Khan, an applicant of Pakistan Muslim League (N). In a similar elections, he was likewise re-chose for the Provincial Assembly of Punjab as an applicant of PTI from Constituency PP-3 (Attock-III). He got 62,337 votes and crushed Asif Ali Malik. Following his race, he chose to hold his National Assembly situate NA-55 (Attock-I) and left his national Assembly seat NA-56 (Attock-II) and Punjab assembly seat PP-3 (Attock-III).