QUETTA - Two bullet-riddled bodies were found in Margat area while a policeman was injured in a blast in Kohlu on Monday while a Railway track was blown up in Nushki district.

According to Levies Force officials, Levies personnel spotted two bodies, lying near Hodak Road in Margat area.

The bodies were moved to Civil Hospital Quetta for medico-legal formalities.

Sources said that a note written as Dr Haider Ali was recovered from the pocket of the deceased person. However, the identity of the second victim is yet to be ascertained. Hospital sources said that both deceased were hit with bullets in the head.

Officials said that investigation was underway to find out that who had killed and threw away the bullet-riddled bodies. No group claimed responsibility for the murder. In another incident, one policeman, identified as Zahoor Ahmed received injuries when explosives planted at a police station in Kohlu exploded with a huge blast.

The injured policeman was shifted to hospital for medical treatment. The blast also damaged the building.

In another incident, Railway track connecting Quetta with Taftan at Iran border was blown up in Nushki district. Levies officials said that the explosive device was fitted with track in Batolandi area of Nushki district, some 150 kilometers away from Quetta. The device went off and destroyed a long portion of track besides suspending train service between Quetta and Taftan.

A blast occurred in Hub, the industrial town of Balochistan. Explosives were planted with bakery shop. The shop was partially damaged. No loss of life occurred in the blast.

Meanwhile, unidentified armed men fired two rockets in Kalat town which landed near post office, damaging a wall of house.

 Luckily, no loss of life occurred in the rocket attack.