Pakistan is mourning the deaths of 149 people, including nine children, in the country’s second deadliest militant attack since its independence.
A suicide bomber hit a campaign rally in Mastung, in the south-western province of Balochistan, on Friday. More than 180 were injured.
A local candidate was among the dead, police say. So-called Islamic State (IS) claimed the attack.
The attack comes ahead of a general election on 25 July.
The poll has been marred by violence and what observers say is a crackdown on political activists, journalists and critics of the powerful military.
Earlier on Friday, a bomb attack on a similar rally in the northern town of Bannu killed at least four people.
Some 70 people are still in hospital following the attacks, government officials said on Sunday.
After Friday’s bombings, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was arrested after flying home from the UK.
The three-term prime minister was ousted last year after a corruption investigation. Earlier this month, he was sentenced in absentia to 10 years in prison.
Political leaders observed a day of mourning on Sunday for those killed, including nine children aged between six and 11, and Balochistan provincial assembly candidate Siraj Raisani, who was targeted in the attack.
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