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Senate-Elections 2012-Unofficial Results

Area/Province (No. of seats) General Seats Seats reserved for Women Seats reserved for Technocrats including Ulema Seats reserved for Non-Muslims
SINDH (12) Tahir Mashadi (MQM) Sehar Kamran (PPP) Abdul Hazfeez Sheikh (PPP) Hari Ram Kishori Lal (PPP)
  Mustafa Kamal (MQM) Nasreen Jalil (MQM) Faroog Naseem (MQM)  
  Raza Rabani (PPP)      
  Saeed Ghani (PPP)      
  Ajiz Dharma (PPP)      
  Dr. Karim Khawaja (PPP)      
  Muzzafar Hussain Shah(PML-F)      
PUNJAB (13) Sardar Zulfiqar Khosa (PML-N) Nurdat Sadiq (PML-N) Aitzaz Ahsan (PPP) Kamran Michael (PML-N)
  Rafique Ranjwa (PML-N) Khalida Parveen (PPP) Khalid Mohsin Qureshi (PPP)  
  Zafarullah Dhandla (PML-N)   Ishaq Dar (PML-N)  
  M Hamza (PML-N)      
  Babar Awan (PPP)      
  Mohsin Leghari (IND)      
  Kamil Ali Agha(PMLQ)      
FEDERAL (2) Usman Saifullah (PPP)   Mushahid Hussain (PMLQ)  
BALOCHISTAN (12) Mir Israrullah Zehri (BNP-Awami) Naseema Ehsan (BNP) Advocate Dawood Khan Achakzai(ANP) Heman Kumar (IND)
  Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi Rubina Irfan (PMLQ) Rozi Khan Kakar (PPP)  
  Muhammad Yousuf Baloch (PPP)      
  Sardar Fateh Muhammad Hasni (PPP)      
  Syed Ul Hassan Mandokhel (PMLQ)      
  Hamdullah Saboor (IND)      
FATA (4) Hidayatullah (IND)      
  Najamul Hassan (IND)      
  Saleh Shah (IND)      
  Hilalur Rehman (IND)      
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (12) Shahi Syed (ANP) Rubina Khalid (PPP) Ilyas Bilour (ANP) Amirjeet Malhotra (ANP)
  Baz Muhammad Khan (ANP) Zahida Khan (ANP) Farhatullah Babar (PPP)  
  Azam Hoti (ANP)      
  Talha Muhammad (IND)      
  Saifullah Bangash (PPP)      
  Ahmed Hasan Khan (PPP)      
  Nisar Muhammad Khan (PML-N)      

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