Provincial assemblies: As numbers add up PML-N shows strength in Punjab, PTI holds KP

Talks of alliances go around as more results pour in.


Web Desk May 13, 2013
Election officials counting votes in Abdullah Collage after end of the polling time. PHOTO: ATHAR KHAN/ EXPRESS

Unofficial results for the provincial assembly elections, as of 11am on May 13, predict the future of big players this elections, with PML-N, PPP and PTI likely to form governments in Punjab, Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa respectively.

PML-N holds a strong position in the Punjab assembly while PTI’s strongest performance remains in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa assembly.

Talks of alliances go around as more results pour in, with the possibility of a PPP and MQM alliance in Sindh.

It remains to be seen how the PTI will ally itself after official election results are in, as there is a possibility of Maulana Fazlur Rehman forming an alliance with others in the KP assembly to combat PTI.

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Punjab Assembly (Total: 270/297 seats)
PML-N 196
PTI 19
PML-Q 7
PPPP 6
PML-Z 2
JI 1
Independent 36
Others 3

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Sindh Assembly (Total: 95/130 seats)
PPPP 55
MQM 23
PML-F 6
PML-Q 3
NPP 3
PML-N 2
Independent 2
Others 1

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Balochistan Assembly (Total: 34/51 seats)
JUI-F 7
Independent 7
PKMAP 5
PML-Q 2
NP 3
PML-N 5
BNP 1
BNP-A 1
JQM 1

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K-P Assembly (Total: 93/99 seats)
PTI 30
PML-N 13
JUI-F 12
Independent 14
ANP 4
JI 6
QWP 6
PPPP 3
AJIP 3

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COMMENTS (7)

timi | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

If Imran khan can't make alliance with other than any other party can form their government in KP its clearly written in constitution. he always disrespect other political leader how any party support him.

nishant | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

how come it takes so much time to count votes,,,it takes only few hrs in india to declare the final results..dont u hv electronic voting machines..

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