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By Iram Salim

Islamabad, Nov 30 (www.pakdestiny.com) The PPP-PMLQ alliance is little well placed in snatching Punjab from PML-N, according to a Pak Destiny poll.
Some 1420 people took part in the poll asking them to vote whether the PPP-PMLQ alliance will manage to form government in Punjab after 2013 elections.
Some 722 believe that the alliance can get Punjab from the Sharifs while around 700 think otherwise.
With Imran Khan’s PTI factor the contest in Punjab will be very interesting and if PPP-PMLQ got strong candidates the PML-N may be cornered, believe political circles. (www.pakdestiny.com)


  • pakistani

    December 4, 2012 at 3:34 pm


    i wish ppp-pmlq clean pmln out

  • candid

    December 4, 2012 at 3:44 pm


    pmln must be form next govrnment not only in punjab but also in federal so they can server pakistan better


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