There has been renewed violence in Pakistan in the wake of the assassination of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto.
Across the country vehicles have been burned and buildings looted.
President Pervez Musharraf has ordered firm action to stop the unrest.
Large numbers of troops have been deployed on the streets.
Police have been detaining people suspected of being involved in the violence.
Meanwhile, mourning for Benazir Bhutto has continued. In Lahore many thousands joined a prayer service honouring the former prime minister.
There was a similar gathering in Rawalpindi.
Mrs Bhutto's three children were among those who gathered at her grave in the Bhutto family mausoleum in Ghari Khuda Baksh.
Other families have also been mourning their loss as more funerals for others killed in Thursday's bomb have been held.