Pakistan has launched its largest ever polling day security operation amid fears voting in Wednesday’s general election will be a target for militant attacks.
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More than 370,000 military personnel deployed to guard 85,000 polling stations for the closely fought contest.
The poll for 106 million eligible voters comes after a bloody campaign which has seen 175 people killed in attacks on candidates and rallies in less than three weeks.
The attacks have put the nation on edge, coming after several years in which security has appeared to improve as militant groups have been beaten back.
The deployment, which features more than four times as many troops as the 2013 election, aims to stop a repeat of…
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