QUETTA - Two personnel of Frontier Corps (FC) were killed while four others sustained injuries in a rocket attack at Gwadar, Balochistan here on Friday. Banned outfit Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) claimed the responsibility for the attack. According to official sources, FC personnel were at a checkpoint at Sunt Sar, a sub-tehsil of Gwadar close to the Iranian border, when militants attacked them with rockets. As a result, two personnel were martyred while four others received wounds. The injured and deceased were rushed to a hospital, however, their names could not be ascertained immediately. Sources said that a vehicle of security personnel was also damaged in the attack. Soon after the incident, personnel of law enforcement agencies rushed to the area and started a search operation to hunt down the attackers. Meanwhile, complete shutterdown strike was observed in the provincial metropolis and Kuchlak Town here on Friday against the recent incidents of target-killings in Karachi. The strike call was given by the Pakhtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP) in protest against what it claimed the killing of Pashtoons in Karachi. The Balochistan Traders Association and other political parities including Awami National Party and JUI-F supported the strike. Almost all main business centres and shopping malls in Quetta located at Jinnah Road, Liaquat Bazaar, Shaarey-e-Iqbal, Abdul Sattar Road, Double Road, Brewery Road and Sirki Road remained closed till evening. Banks in the City also observed holiday. Administration had deployed police, personnel of Frontier Corps and Balochistan Constabulary to avoid any untoward incident. However, no unpleasant incident was reported from any part of the City. Shutterdown strike was also observed in Kuchlak Town where the business community responded positively to the strike call. The PKMAP has strongly condemned the killings of Pashtoons in Karachi and demanded immediate arrest of the culprits. In a statement, it also thanked the business community, political parties and shopkeepers for their support in making the strike successful.