Pak polls: Voter killed in Balochistan bombing

Islamabad, May 11: A voter was killed and seven others were injured Saturday in two separate bombings in Pakistan's Balochistan province, a media report said. Pakistan went to the historic election on Saturday.

One person was killed and three injured in a huge blast in Naseerabad district's Haft Wali area, police said.

Militants targeted voters who were returning in a tractor-trolley after casting their ballots. A remote-controlled device was used in the explosion, reported Dawn.


In the second attack, four people were injured in a landmine explosion in Shehnshah area of Naseerabad.

Police said militants again targeted voters.

Earlier in the day, four people were killed during firing incident at Killi Faizo polling station in Chaman. Two cars were also set ablaze near a polling station in Chaman.

PPP leader Taj Haider alleged that election was being rigged at polling stations in Karachi and other cities of Sindh. He asked the election commission to conduct polls again in these constituencies.


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