Jahangir Tareen Came Back To Pakistan Before The Presidential Election And People Are Going Crazy

By Biya Haq | 27 Aug, 2018

Naya Pakistan is finally here and while Imran Khan may be the PM of our dreams, it seems as though another politician has captured the hearts of Pakistanis everywhere.

Source: The News International

That’s right baby.

Jehangir Khan Tareen, a longtime member and supporter of PTI, he’s also one of Imran’s best friends and one of the wealthiest people in the country.

Following the election, he was meme-famed for rallying up all the independent candidates he could find in the name of PTI and lol, it was great.

Even though he was deemed to be not ‘Sadiq and Ameen,’ Tareen still fought to keep his party afloat.

Also, everyone loves his son, Ali Khan Tareen.

Source: Hiddenbodyfacts.com

And now, Jehangir is back in Lahore after spending some time in London and suffice to say, Pakistanis are WELCOMING him home.

See what we mean?

It’s nice to see that Pakistanis are so into politics these days, even if it’s obsessing over a meme famous Jahangir Khan Tareen.

What do you think of him? Of his welcome home? Let us know what you think in the comments below! Love you.

For Everyone Wondering About Jahangir Tareen’s Son We Have ALL The Details

Jahangir Tareen Is Traveling All Over Pakistan For Independent Candidates And Pakistanis Can’t Stop Making Jokes

Cover photo source: Baaghi TV Pakistan/@MuhammadSheher8 Via Twitter

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