General Election 2013 in Pakistan is Underway

General Election 2013 in Pakistan is UnderwayToday 11th May 2013 is the most important day in Pakistan. After the successful completion of former government, the election process is progressed throughout the country. It was predicting that election could not be held and the interim government will be given extension. Some elements were found in Pakistan which don’t want election due their personal benefits.  But despite of all ongoing problems finally election is underway.

The main competition in election is between Pakistan Muslim League N (PML-N) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). In past Pakistan Muslim League N and Pakistan People Party (PPP) were considered strong parties, but after the assassination Benzir Bhutto Pakistan People Party is lacking of leadership, this is the reason the graph of PPP is went down in recent few years. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has emerged as a strong party in this general election 2013. The Chairman of PTI Imran Khan became the hope of people to re-construct a new Pakistan.

The provincial of Punjab is the main hub of elections, provincial of Punjab is the biggest province of Pakistan therefore any party will get majority seats in Punjab will run the federal government.  But it seems difficult that any party will get the required seats to setup the government. It is great chance that upcoming government will be collision one. General Election in Pakistan 2013

The polling process is going on in all over Pakistan except in few areas due to some problems. The poling time is from 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM without having any break. People are encouraged by Election Commission of Pakistan to give opinions by voting. Moreover, the chairman of Election Commission of Pakistan said that if 60% people register their votes than the change will come in Pakistan.

Most important factor of election 2013 that youth and as well as old age persons is talking so much interest. It is expecting that the turnout will be more than 60%, this will be first time ever in the electoral history of Pakistan.

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