With death of a minor on Wednesday, toll from deadly blast at Lahore railway station mounted to three as more than 45 people are injured.
A bomb exploded near a luxury Business Express train waiting lounge at Lahore’s main railway station on Tuesday evening, killing two people.
The explosion was the first attack in Lahore, regarded as Pakistan's cultural capital, since a bomb at Data Darbar in February 2011 which killed two people.
The train service was launched two months ago offering first-class travel between Lahore and Karachi.
City police chief Aslam Tarin said six to eight kilograms of explosives were used in the bomb which was left in a bag.