By the numbers: PML-N sweeps Pakistan elections

In total votes, PML-N leads by almost two thirds more than its closest competitor, the PTI.

Web Desk May 12, 2013
Shahbaz Sharif casting his vote. PHOTO: PPI

The Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) is just hours away from being announced the official victors of the Pakistan elections.

Based on unofficial results of total vote count as of May 12, 1pm, the PML-N leads by almost two thirds more votes than its closest competitor, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).


Party Total votes (May 12, 1pm)
PML-N 9,781,703
PTI 3,633,060
PPP 3,381,223
MQM 2,108,360
PML-Q 834,572
PML-F 610,906
JUI-F 278,636
JI 91,668


According to the unofficial results in so far, the PML-N is also registering a decisive overall win in the National Assembly.


Murali Nair | 8 years ago | Reply

@furqan: I agree. No one should be above the law and constitution wherever in the world they are and whatever religion or ethnicity they belong to. Governments are supposed to administer and not to appease some religio-politico-socio-sentiments.

furqan | 8 years ago | Reply

IK is not above the nation, he is just a human, do not make him [email protected]:

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