Transcript for Pakistan Election Yields High Voter Turnout
-- not it was a historic turnout. -- first order of my life -- secure proudly shows us the proof that she noted her purple inked finger do you think that you have been engaged by this election. Yeah exactly and even the Weinsteins and revisited a number of polling stations so this is a polling station in the village. And everywhere the turnout was massive masonic along with a 56 year old -- here for route is blind and can barely walk when we asked why he'd come here -- one he told those voting was his democratic right to this is a women's only polling station they've given us permission to -- let's take a look. So it hits you like Gary -- the moment you -- care. Is sweltering. Inside recount of women rating soaring temperatures. More than -- hundred degrees thank you for talking with Andrew watched this right in the middle of an interview and back. I'm excited -- women nearly ran over our cameraman as they demanded their right to vote it is a huge message from the people of Pakistan. To say that we value democracy. In the end -- this is the man pakistanis elected. No was sure -- fled Pakistan twice in the 1990s. Before he was forced into exile during a military -- questioning John -- below at ABC news he gave us exclusive access riding along with him in his motorcade what's the first thing you'll do. If you're elected. -- would the economic crisis had been increasing this is number one -- in the I think if we do that successfully. Through nor would total about problems and country. But with the growing militancy within its borders it's clear Pakistan's new man in charge has still time to waste -- -- ABC news Islamabad.
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