QUETTA - Four people including two children were killed and 28 others, five of them personnel of Frontier Corps, were wounded on Saturday in a remote controlled blast in Panjgur , a bordering town of Balochistan with Iran. Police said militants had planted explosives with two motorbikes which were parked at Bismillah Chowk, at main Panjgur bazaar. The explosives exploded soon after the FC personnel parked their vehicles at the site, police said adding, as a result 28 people, including five security personnel were wounded. The injured were shifted to hospital where four people - Abdul Khaliq, a clerk, Muhammad Faza, Naseer, 15, and Haseeb, 10 - succumbed to their injuries. Eyewitnesses said shortly after the blast, security personnel opened indiscriminate fire in the area due to which several people received bullets. The injured were shifted to FC hospital, District Headquarters Hospital, Panjgour and Javed Medical Complex for treatment where the condition of eight injured was stated to be serious. Some injured have also received bullet wounds, hospital sources confirmed. Sources said the explosives were exploded with a remote controlled device that completely damaged a vehicle of the security forces. The blast also damaged nearby shops and vehicles. A police officer told TheNation on phone that FC personnel were the main target of the blast. They had visited Panjgour Bazaar to purchase daily commodities for their colleagues. The injured FC personnel were identified as Lance Naik Fareed Ahmed, Sepoys Inayat, Zameer, Riaz and Hashim Khan. Soon after the blast FC personnel and police rushed to the site and cordoned off the area. The blast sent a wave of panic among people of the locality who restricted themselves to their houses after the blast. Sources said FC and police arrested over 100 people after the blast who were being interrogated. They also took into custody more than a dozen vehicles and motorbikes. Meanwhile, residents of Panjgour and Anjuman-e-Tajiran have strongly protested the arrest of citizens and alleged that security forces also looted their shops after forcefully closing them. Commissioner Makran Division Shoaib Ahmed Golla visited DHQ Hospital where he inquired about the health of injured. The members of Anjuman-e-Tajiran on the occasion also apprised him of FCs alleged excesses towards shopkeepers and masses. Police have registered a case against unidentified people and started investigations. Meanwhile, Baloch militant group Lashkar-e-Balochistan has claimed the responsibility for the remote controlled bomb blast in Panjgour district. A spokesman of the militant group claimed that five personnel of paramilitary forces were killed in the attack.