Ten bombs, grenade attacks rock Pakistan’s Balochistan province ahead of polls

Islamabad: As authorities in Pakistan scrambled to keep peace ahead of next week’s general elections, the country’s restive Balochistan province was rattled with at least 10 bomb and grenade attacks on Thursday, resulting in the death of one person.

Several police stations and deputy commissioners’ offices were targeted in the attacks in which six persons, including a police officer and a jail warden, were injured, the Dawn newspaper reported.

Pakistan will go to polls on February 8.

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