Airstrikes are killing at least six people and leaving thousands homeless across Pakistan as thousands of people take to the streets in the latest protest against the government.
The unrest began on Sunday, when the army launched a major military operation in the southwestern city of Lahore after an apparent bomb attack, killing at most 15 people and wounding more than 100.
The army said it had fired on protesters who broke into the house of a retired provincial government official.
The government said the attackers were in the country illegally.
The government has vowed to “deal a crushing blow to terrorism” as protests continued.
Lahore has long been the scene of unrest against the Pakistan government.
Last week, an armed group attacked a provincial government office in the city and killed five people.
The protests are spreading across the country, with more than 200 people killed since January, according to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
The Pakistani Taliban, a militant group that was formerly based in the U.S., have also threatened to launch attacks in Lahore.
The group is not known to have carried out attacks in Pakistan, but it is believed to be more active in the tribal regions.