A view of the National Assembly. — File photo
A view of the National Assembly. — File photo

ISLAMABAD, June 7: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has topped a list of members of the National Assembly who secured more than 100,000 votes in the recent elections, with 50 of its MNAs among the 78 clinching votes in six digits.

As many as 13 MNAs of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), 10 of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and three of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) secured more than 100,000 votes.

Dr Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, one of the two independents who bagged votes in six digits, has joined the PML-N. Independent MNA Jamshed Ahmad Dasti clinched 103,323 votes in NA-177.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif bagged 140,828 votes in NA-68.

Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi secured over 100,000 votes from NA-52 and NA-50 respectively. Raja Muhammad Javed Akhlas, who beat former prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf from NA-51, secured over 100,000 votes.

Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, Sumaira Malik, Zahid Hamid, Abid Sher Ali, Chaudhry Iftikhar Nazir, Sardar Jaffar Leghari, Dr Hafeez ur Rahman Dareshak, Major Tahir Iqbal, Sardar Mumtaz Khan, Chaudhry Khadim Hussain, Malik Iqbal Mehdi Khan, Pir Amin ul Hasnat Shah, Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, Chaudhry Hamid Hameed, Dr Zulfikar Ali Bhatti, Ghulam Rasool Sahi, Bilal Chaudhry, Nisar Ahmad, Rana Muhammad Afzal Khan, Akram Ansari, Khurram Dastgir Khan, Usman Ibrahim, Junaid Anwar Chaudhry, Chaudhry Asad ur Rahman, Mahmood Basheer Virk, Mian Tariq Mehmood, Nasar Iqbal Bosal, Armaghan Subhani, Mehar Ishtiak Ahmad, Waheed Alam Khan, Afzal Khokar, Arif Chaudhry, Waseem Akhtar Shaikh, Rao Ajmal Khan and Fiazul Hasan are among the other PML-N lawmakers who secured more than 100,000 votes.

Dr Farooq Sattar of the MQM bagged more than 100,000 votes. Mehboob Alam of MQM secured maximum votes (192,638) from NA-243.Mehboob Alam of the same party secured 166836 votes from NA-242. Nabeel Gabol obtained 137,874 votes from NA-246 while Sheikh Salahuddin got 133,885 from NA-244. Other MQM MNAs who secured over 100,000 votes include Sufyan Yousuf, Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, Syed Asif Hasnain, Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan and Sajid Ahmad.

President Asif Ali Zardari’s sister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho and spouse of his other sister Munawar Ali Talpur are among the 10 PPP lawmakers who secured more than 100,000 votes.

Other PPP leaders who secured more than 100,000 votes include former speaker of the National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza, Ali Muhammad Khan Mahar, Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, Sardar Kamal Khan Chang, Malik Asad Sikandar and Imran Zafar Leghari.

PTI chief Imran Khan bagged 133,224 votes in his hometown Mianwali (NA-71).

The other two candidates from the PTI who bagged over 100,000 votes are Raja Aamer Zaman (NA-19) and Amjad Ali Khan (NA-72).


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noor
Jun 08, 2013 05:32pm

It is insignificant whether you get 100,000 or 10,000, what makes difference how you deliver for your people. elections is over now, so start focusing the series business, which is get rid of terrorism, improvement of law and order, health and education, etc.....

shahid
Jun 08, 2013 09:58pm

Mostly ghost votes of PML-N....

zed
Jun 09, 2013 08:51am

this list reads as a who's who of possible rigged seats

Khalid Mehmood
Jun 10, 2013 11:34am

SAEED MINHAS ISLAMABAD: Open violation of its own rules and regulations, harassment of cable operators and obliging the big wigs associated with the presidency seems to have become the order of the day at Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) these days. Investigations into the affairs of the regulatory authority, meant to streamline private TV and radio stations in the country, reveals that other than violating their mandated rules and regulations, the authority is busy in pleasing the ousted rulers while ensuring that new one does not get a smooth sailing in the media. Informed sources con?rmed that besides obliging former interior minister Rehman Malik with an illegal TV license and shifting the monopoly of cable operations in Lahore and Islamabad from the Salman Taseer family-operated World Call to an in- form media house with established links to the Presidency (Lakhanis), PEMRA is leaving no stone unturned to not only make big bucks in this process but more importantly doing it in the name of the Nawaz government which is yet to settle down in Islamabad. In the same go a news license has also been issued to a channel which was supposed to be a drama channel, informed the sources. Under this new shock and awe policy unleashed by a newly inducted coterie of officials led by DG Operations Rana Tahir, a leading private channel has been given another license for airing their ?fth outlet, whereas PEMRA rules do not allow more than four channels to any single media group.

Salman Saleem
Jun 10, 2013 01:42pm

This list shows how much popular PML-N is in public. Better governance in Punjab and good viewpoint on different issues help them get support of people in Election 2013.