Pakistan election results 2013: Imran Khan`s party concedes defeat
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Pakistan election results 2013: Imran Khan's party concedes defeat

Last Updated: Sunday, May 12, 2013, 08:43
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Pakistan election results 2013: Imran Khan`s party concedes defeat Islamabad: Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan's party has conceded defeat to rival Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in the landmark general elections in which it is set to emerge as second largest party.

"They have emerged as the largest party. I want to congratulate the party," Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf vice president Asad Umar told a Pakistani TV channel.

Pakistan election results 2013: Imran Khan`s party concedes defeat Trends from some 250 of the 272 parliamentary seats that went to the polls showed that the PML-N was set to bag in excess of 110 seats, while the Pakistan People's Party and Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf were lagging far behind with about 35 seats each.

To win a simple majority, a party or coalition would have to bag 137 of the 272 National Assembly seats for which polls were held.

Pakistan election results 2013: Imran Khan`s party concedes defeat Another 70 seats, reserved for women and non-Muslims, will be allocated to parties according to their performance in polls.

PTI

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First Published: Sunday, May 12, 2013, 08:31
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gausul azam - new delhi
bad luck again for pak....pti,so sad of u
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vinod kumar - punjab
victory of common man , 53 percent votes show the condition of democracy in pak nd really congratulations to Imran khan . . . . .
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salman - karachi
there is over all free and fare election in Pakistan but election commission could not release Karachi from terrorist once once again thapa mafia elect through thapa in karachi.
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D.N.MAKHIJA - DELHI...............INDIA
IMRAN KHAN`S PARTY WOULD HAVE CHANGED PAKISTAN.......NOW IT WILL REMAIN SAME
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sajid - india
imrankhan right cm pakistan
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Razi Malik - jeddah
I congratulate Nawaz for winning the election. Nawaz League is lesser devil than PPP. Imran Khan deserves the most credit though for the high turnout of women and the young. He also performed do well although well below the expectations he created the creating the
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adeel khan - bangkok
great khan. aaj result dekh k pakistan k future saamne nazar aya aur allah pak k hazoor dua ki allah pak sada pakistan ka hame o nasir ho himmat na hariye ga allah aap k saath ho
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Asif Iqbal - Manama , kingdom of Bahrain
Hope new govt would be able to stop drowns attacks & stop the NATO supply to Afghanistan
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Amjad - Tamilnadu-India
Insha-Allah, This time we hope Nawas sherief will bring Sharia Law again and make it pass in Assembly..!!!
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Aamir - Dubai
Imran khan should be the PM of pakistan. Now again pakistan will suffer for next 5 years.



D.N.MAKHIJA - DELHI...............INDIA
IMRAN KHAN`S PARTY WOULD HAVE CHANGED PAKISTAN.......NOW IT WILL REMAIN SAME



vinod kumar - punjab
victory of common man , 53 percent votes show the condition of democracy in pak nd really congratulations to Imran khan . . . . .





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