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Pakistan’s Terrorist Attacks Ahead of Elections: A Timeline

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April 26 (Bloomberg) -- Following is a list of terrorist attacks ahead of general elections scheduled for May 11.

April 25: Bomb fitted into motorcycle explodes in front of Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s office in Karachi, killing 6 and injuring 8.

April 25: A hand grenade is hurled at the election office of Pakistan Peoples’ Party in Nushki, Balochistan, injuring two people.

April 24: Five bombings in the southwestern city of Quetta in two days kill six and injure 52.

April 23: Bomb attack in Karachi near a roadside camp of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement kills 2 and hurts 15.

April 23: Pakistani police find a car packed with explosives near the Islamabad residence of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, where he is being kept under house arrest.

April 17: Awami National Party’s Farooq Khan escapes unhurt after a bomb blast targeted his vehicle in the northwestern city of Charsadda.

April 16: A bomb blast near a political rally for the Awami National Party in Peshawar kills at least eight people and injures 40.

April 16: A roadside bomb targeting a regional chief from former premier Nawaz Sharif’s party kills at least four, including the son and brother of Baluchistan provincial president Sardar Sanaullah Zehri.

April 14: Syed Masoom Shah, an election candidate of the Awami National Party, is injured along with three other people in a blast at a rally in Charsadda. In another incident, a local leader of the same party is shot dead in the northwestern Swat Valley.

April 11: Fakhrul Islam, a candidate of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, is killed in a gun attack in Hyderabad.

April 3: Adnan Aslam, a candidate from the Pakistan Peoples’ Party, is killed in a gun attack in Karachi.

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