QUETTA - Three people including two personnel of Frontier Corps (FC) were killed and 19 others injured in two different incidents of bomb blasts in Dera Bugti and Mastung districts on Saturday. Meanwhile, spokesman of Baloch Republican Army (BRA) has claimed that 14 persons belonging to Bugti tribe have been killed in drive of security forces. Two personnel of FC were killed and four others sustained injuries when their vehicle hit a landmine in Uch area. The injured were shifted to PPL hospital in Sui. The deceased were identified as Gul Wali and Abdul Rehman. Talking to media, Inspector General Frontier Corps Major General Saleem Nawaz told that FC personnel were deployed in Dera Bugti for protection of national installations and they were being attacked by miscreants since many days. He said more troops have been sent in the area to take action against the miscreants. Baloch Republican Army (BRA) has claimed responsibility for remote control bomb attack on vehicle of security forces. The spokesman further said that 14 people including children and women were killed in drive of security forces. He said that they belonged to Habibani a tribe of Bugtis. According to another report from Mastung some 40km from here, a passerby was killed and 15 others including three personnel of FC were injured in a bomb blast. Reports suggest that unknown persons had fitted an explosive device with the bicycle and it was left at Sultan Shaheed Chowk. The explosive device went off with huge explosion when a vehicle of FC was passing from the area which resulted in injuries to 16 persons including three security personnel. All injured were rushed to hospital where a person identified as Haji Muhammad Ibrahim succumbed to injuries. The names of other people who were injured in the blast were identified as Lance Naik Farooq, Noor Faqeer, Gul Khatoon, Nasiba Bibi, Muhammad Bakhsh, Khair Muhammad, Nabi, Abdul Manan, Safar Khan, Lal, Abdullah, Muhammad Hussain, Abdul Rauf, Abdul Kareem and Haji Rehmat. Police has registered a case against unknown miscreants and started investigations.