QUETTA - At least seven people were killed, including an Afghan policeman and 17 others were injured in separate incidents of bomb blasts and firing in various parts of Balochistan, during the last three days while militants also fired rockets on check post of Frontier Corps (FC) in Kolpur.According to police, two passersby were killed and 16 others wounded, including 8 women when a convoy of FC was attacked with explosives on main Sariab Road of Quetta.“Explosives weighing about 20-kg were apparently detonated through a remote controlled device which were planted with a car parked along the road when an FC convoy was passing-by,” a police official told The Nation ,adding, that two passers-by were killed and 16 others wounded while FC personnel escaped unhurt in the bomb attack. The blast badly damaged two rickshaws and the car used in the blast.“Convoy of law-enforcement agencies was the key target of bomb attack”, a police official said.Rescue workers and other law-enforcement agencies rushed to the blast site and moved the dead and injured to hospital where deceased were identified as Sahib Ali and Aslam.“The Frontier Corps (FC) personnel convoy escaped the blast because of the jammer in the vehicle ,” FC spokesman Murtaza Baig said.Police has registered a case and started investigations into the incident. In another incident, a man was killed and another wounded when a landmine exploded in Sui tehsil of Dera Bugti.Sources said that two persons were on their way in Ashnad area when one of them stepped on a landmine which exploded with a huge blast killing one of them on the spot and injured the other.  The dead and injured were moved to a nearby hospital by the local administration.In another incident, unknown armed men opened indiscriminate firing on one Muhammad Javed on Mir Gahi Khan Chowk on Sariab Road and fled from the scene. Resultantly, Javed sustained serious injuries and died before reaching the hospital.Separately, police recovered a body from Mian Ghundi, in the outskirts of Quetta and moved it to hospital for autopsy. Police sources said a chit was found close to the body in which the name of victim had been written as Shaukat Ali resident of Rawalpindi. However, nobody claimed responsibility for the incident.In another firing incident, armed assailants sprayed bullets on Niamatullah in Khuzdar town when he came back home after offering Eid prayers. He succumbed to his injuries in the hospital. Police suspected that incident could be a result of old enmity, however, investigations were underway to unearth real cause behind the murder.An Afghan policeman was killed in Chaman, a town near Afghan border.Police officials said that a Afghan resident who had come Chaman to meet his relatives on the occasion of Eid when unknown gunmen killed him and fled from the scene. However, name of the victim could not be ascertained.Meanwhile, militants fired eight rockets on a check post of Frontier Corps in Kolpur area, some 60 km southeast of Quetta on Eid Day. The rockets landed close to the check post and exploded with huge blast. However, no loss of life and damage to property was reported in the attack.