Pakistan election: 35 People Died as voters go to polls in Quetta
As the Election day arrived, The wave of Violence started running in Pakistan, A beautiful city Quetta got into a Bomb Blast this morning at a polling station at the time when Voters arrived for Voting to choose their upcoming Prime Minister.
How bad was the Bomb Blast in Pakistan, Election day 25 July?
Despite the high security, with hundreds of thousands of Army and police officers positioned all over the country, the incidents still took place.
It is said that this act is not from any Pakistani, this must be a planned blast with the involvement of some non muslim Violence agencies.
Officials say that the Bomb attack in Quetta (Balochistan province) today (25 July) was the suicide bomb blast attack, there was a guy in a jacket targeted police at the main gate of a polling station. The investigation has been started against it.
Some minor blasts and clashes between different political party workers occured in which several got injured and two dead.
Media took opinions nationwide, and most people suggested that the election battle will be between the parties of ex-star cricketer Imran Khan and the disgraced former PM Nawaz Sharif. But the campaign has been overshadowed by concerns of fraud and violence.
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan says there have been “blatant” attempts to manipulate the polls.
Mr Imran Khan has vowed to tackle corruption but his rivals accuse him of benefiting from meddling by the military, which has ruled Pakistan for nearly half of its history.
Who are the main candidates?
The election is generally appears as a Battle between the PML-N, led by Mr Sharif’s brother, Shehbaz, and the PTI.
Nawaz Sharif – a three time PM made a dramatic return to Pakistan ahead of the vote to face a 10-year prison sentence. He was disqualified from office last year by the Supreme Court after the Panama leaked papers revealed his family’s ownership of several luxurious properties in UK.