QUETTA - A patrolling party of Frontier Corps (FC) escaped a remote controlled bomb attack in Panjgur, a bordering town with Iran about 600 kilometers southwest of Quetta on Saturday. According to sources, unidentified people had planted an explosive device along roadside near Paskool, a seasonal river in Panjgur district, to target FC vehicles which were on routine patrolling. The device exploded as vehicle of FC passed through the area, however, the vehicle escaped the attack. Soon after the incident, security personnel cordoned off the area and started a search in the area. During search, security personnel found another device planted in the same area and called in the Bomb Disposal Squad to defuse it. The sources said that the device was detonated through a remote controlled device when vehicles of FC were passing from the area. However, so far no group has claimed responsibility for the attack till filing of this report. When FC spokesman Murtaza Baig was contacted, he said that this was not a remote control bomb attack rather unidentified people had hurled a hand grenade on vehicles of FC, however, no security personnel was injured in the blast. Police registered a case against unknown persons and started probe into the matter.