Islamabad: There is a huge rise in the number of non-Muslim voters in Pakistan. This was revealed by a study. It must be noted that Pakistan is set to go for general elections on July 25.
As reported by Dawn News, the number of non-Muslim voters has increased from 2.77 million in 2013 to 3.63 million this year, which is a rise of 30 per cent. Among them the highest number of voters are Hindus. Non-Muslim voters are referred to as minorities. Hindu voters were 1.40 million in 2013, while they rose to 1.77 million in 2018.