At least 128 people, including Balochistan Awami Party leader Siraj Raisani, were killed and almost 200 others injured in a suicide attack in Balochistan on Friday.
A suicide bomber killed at least 128 people on Friday in the worst attack in Pakistan since a 2014 school massacre as the country witnesses a spate of violence ahead of a tense 25 July national election.
Mariam Sharif faces seven years in jail. He was a candidate for the Balochistan Awami party.
Sharif is expected to appeal his conviction and seek bail.
"Presently, we have 77 wounded individuals and two of them are in a critical state", he said.
Among the slain were the candidate for whom the rally was held, Siraj Raisani. Raisani was the head of the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and was among the front-runners for the provincial parliament seat from Mastung.
The group gave no reason for the bombing.
"Those who make policies are responsible and answerable for the blood of the innocent". Bodies overwhelmed the morgue as crying family members arrived to collect their dead. Balochistan's provincial government is observing two days of mourning. Lawyers wearing black armbands cancelled court appearances. Emergency has been declared in hospitals in and around Quetta.
The meeting reviewed the overall law and order situation in the province in general and the situation in the wake of Mastung tragedy in particular.
Mr Sharif flew into Lahore from London, where he was visiting his ailing wife when he was convicted of corruption.
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Sharif's son-in-law is now serving a one-year prison sentence on the same charge, which stems from the purchase of luxury apartments in Britain that the court said were bought with illegally acquired money.
"I know that I have been given 10 years imprisonment and I will be taken straight to the prison but I want to tell the Pakistani nation that I am doing this for you", Khan said in his video.
During his term in office, Sharif criticised the military's involvement in civilian affairs and its efforts in fighting extremists. The military denied the accusations saying their assistance in carrying out the elections was requested by Pakistan's Election Commission.
However, residents of the area where the incident took place say many of those who died on the spot were not even mentioned in the official figures since they were not picked up by rescue workers.
In hopes of soothing voters' fears, the army announced that 370,000 troops would man election polls July 25 in hopes of preventing attacks and to protect against predictions of fraud.
Friday's bombings underscored the security threat.
The explosion in Mastung came hours after four people were killed and 39 injured when a bomb hidden inside a motorcycle detonated close to another politician's convoy in Bannu, near the border with Afghanistan.
The strike was targeting candidate Akram Khan Durrani, who escaped unhurt, but 20 others were wounded.
Durrani, a former chief minister of the northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhawa province, is running against Imran Khan, a popular former cricket star, in Bannu.