A bomb attack on a political rally near the northwestern Pakistani city of Bannu has killed two and injured six more.
The March 31 attack targeted a rally for the local politician Adnan Wazir who is running for election for the legislature of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province.
Officials say that the injured include Wazir who was moved to a local hospital and is in stable condition.
He was a former lawmaker of the secular Awami National Party, which governed the province for five years.
Wazir is now running as an independent in the current elections.
Hundreds of members of the party and some top leaders have been killed in attacks mostly claimed by Tehreek-e Taliban Pakistan.
Treats of Taliban attacks is forcing political parties from engaging in aggressive election campaign in the northwest.
With reporting by BBC Urdu