According to the officials, the bomb went off hidden beside a car parked near Science College on Jinnah Road. The deceased and injured have been shifted to Quetta Civil Hospital.
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The attackers fired on the convoy of Frontier Corps South soldiers in the mountainous Buleda area.
In a brief statement, the military said there was an exchange of gunfire after militants opened fire on a security vehicle near Shahrig in the Loralai district.
A 5.2 magnitude earthquake hit Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta and surrounding districts early Saturday.
An emergency has been declared at all hospitals in the area.
The attack took place shortly after a police van arrived at the site to provide security to the people, offering prayers at the mosque.
The blast at around 7:35 am was caused by an improvised explosive device (IED) that had been hidden among the vegetables in the market.
The Pakistan Army has stationed over 3,70,000 personnel across the country to ensure security for the election, bolstered by an additional 450,000 police.
Militants targeted a gathering of Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) leader Siraj Raisani in Mastung area in the troubled Balochistan province.