Pakistan election 'rigged by Taliban intimidation'
A roadside bomb planted by the Taliban in North West Pakistan has killed a political party official, a month before the country votes in a general election.
The official was from the secular anti-Taliban party, the ANP.
The militants have warned voters to stay away from rallies held by the ANP, and the other 2 main secular political parties.
Orla Guerin reports now from Peshawar on how Taliban intimidation is affecting the election campaign.
- 14 April 2013
- BBC News