Provincial Assemblies: PTI aside, status quo maintained

PML-N, PPP and PTI will likely form strong, independent provincial governments.


Web Desk May 12, 2013
Supporters of Pakistani politician and former cricketer Imran Khan carry their party flags as they take part in a rally in Rawalpindi on May 12, 2013. PHOTO: AFP

Unofficial results for the provincial assembly elections, as of 7pm on May 12, predict the PML-N, the PPP and the PTI will likely form the governments in Punjab, Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa respectively.

The PPP is likely to form the Sindh government in alliance with the MQM.

It remains to be seen how the PTI will ally itself after official election results are in.

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Punjab Assembly (Total: 238/297 seats)
PML-N 175
PTI 18
PML-Q 7
PPPP 4
PML-Z 2
JI 1
Independent 29
Others 2

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Sindh Assembly (Total: 94/130 seats)
PPPP 55
MQM 23
PML-F 6
PML-Q 3
NPP 3
PML-N 2
Independent 2

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Balochistan Assembly (Total: 32/51 seats)
JUI-F 7
Independent 7
PKMAP 4
PML-Q 3
NP 3
PML-N 6
BNP 1
BNP-A 1
JQM 1

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K-P Assembly (Total: 86/99 seats)
PTI 27
PML-N 13
JUI-F 12
Independent 11
ANP 4
JI 6
QWP 4
PPPP 3
AJIP 3

 

COMMENTS (1)

Syed A. Mateen | 8 years ago | Reply

Difficult to ascertain the situation unless all the results are declared by ECP.

However, PML(N) will rule and Mian Mohammad Shahbaz Sharif will be the Chief Minister of Punjab.

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