Tuesday, 28 June 2016

10 Communities achieve 135/150 seats in Punjab.

Punjab has the 150 seats out of 272 seats of Pakistan national assembly and approximately;

80 seats are achieved by the political players of Jat, Rajput, and Arain communities.

19 seats are achieved by the political players of Awan, Kashmiri, and Sheikh communities.

19 seats are achieved by the political players of Syed and Qureshi communities.

17 seats are achieved by the political players of Baloch and Pathan communities.

80+19+19+17=135 seats are achieved by the political players of 10 communities of Punjab.

15 seats are achieved by the political players of 9 communities of Punjab; Gujjar, Abbasi, Ansari, Dogar, Mughal, Kakkezai, Mayo, Khatter, Lahr.

According to the results of 2008 election;

1. 36% political players of Jat community supported the PPP, 36% to the PMLQ, 17% to the PMLN and 11% were elected as an independent.

2. 75% political players from the Rajput community supported the PMLN, 15% to the PPP, 5% to the PMLQ and 5% were elected as an independent.

3. 63% political players from the Arain community supported the PMLN, 25% to the PPP, 6% to the PMLQ and 6% were elected as an independent.

4. 50% political players from the Awan community supported the PMLN, 25% to the PMLQ, 12.5% to the PPP and 12.5% were elected as an independent.

5. 100% political players from the Kashmiri community supported the PMLN, 0% to the PPP, 0% to the PMLQ.

6. 60% political players from the Sheikh community supported the PMLN, 20% to the PPP, 20% to the PMLQ.

7. 38% political players from the Syed community supported the PMLN, 38% to the PPP, 24% to the PMLQ.

8. 66% political players from the Qureshi community supported the PPP, 17% to the PMLQ, 17% to the PMLN.

9. 46% political players from the Baloch community supported the PPP, 27% to the PMLQ, 18% to the PMLN and 9% were elected as an independent.

10. 34% political players from the Pathan community supported the PPP, 16% to the PMLQ, 16% to the PMLF, 0% to the PMLN and 34% were elected as an independent.

Note: - Political players of different communities will remain to be the political players of their communities.

Previously, PMLN, PPP, and PMLQ were the Top 3 political parties of Punjab but, now after rising of PTI;

a. Top 3 political parties of Punjab are PMLN, PTI, PPP.

b. The leader of PMLN is a Kashmiri background Punjabi. The leader of PTI is a Pathan background Punjabi. The leader of PPP is a Baloch background from Sindh.

c. In what ratio the political players of Top 10 communities of Punjab will support the PMLN, in future?

d. In what ratio the political players of Top 10 communities of Punjab will support the PTI, in future?

e. In what ratio the political players of Top 10 communities of Punjab will support the PPP, in future?