KARACHI: Another injured of the Karachi bus attack succumbed to her wounds taking the death toll to 46, Aaj tv reported.
Earlier, funeral prayers for the victims of the 45 dead were offered.
The bodies will be buried at a graveyard near Sakhi Hasan.
Heavy contingents of police and Rangers are present at the graveyard.
The government has announced a day of mourning to express grief for this national tragedy. Flags will be flown at half mast.
Unidentified gunmen opened fire on a community bus carrying members of the Ismaili sect at Safoora Chowrangi on Wednesday. The attack left 45 dead and injured 13.
The gun men first shot down the driver, causing the bus to stop. Then they climbed the bus and sprayed the passengers with bullets.
They left pamphlets with demands at the crime scene, television news reported.
As news of the incident was received, rescue teams, police and Rangers arrived at the scene and cordoned off the area.
Over 150 empty bullet shells of 9mm pistols were found at the crime scene.
Condolence for the victims poured in soon after the attack. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Army Cheif Raheel Shareef and Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah visited the place of attack.
Prince Karim Aga Khan, spiritual leaders of the Ismailis expressed shock and grief at the loss of lives.
“This attack represents a senseless act of violence against a peaceful community. My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and the families of those killed and wounded in the attack,” the Aga Khan said, in a statement released earlier.
A top brass meeting of politicians and army officials was held after attack to discuss measures to prevent such blatant attacks of terrorism.
Meanwhile, a candle light vigil will be held outside the Sindh Assembly to remember the victims of the bus carnage.