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, late last week where more than 180 were injured.
Police said a local candidate was among the dead as so-called Islamic State (IS) claimed the attack which comes ahead of a general election on July 25.
The poll has been marred by violence and what observers say is a crackdown on political activists, journalists and critics of the powerful military.
According to government officials, some 70 people are still in hospital following the attacks.