Militants-linked violent incidents claimed the lives of at least six civilians and injured 58 others since Tuesday in the militancy-plagued Afghanistan, officials said Wednesday. In a bloody incident, an oil tanker caught fire in Parwan province 55 km north of Afghan capital Kabul Tuesday night leaving at least six people, all civilians dead and injured 50 others, Interior Ministry confirmed in a statement released Wednesday afternoon. "A magnet bomb planted by enemies on an oil tanker in Parwan province went off at 07:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bagram district as a result six people were killed and 50 others sustained injuries," the statement added. Five cars and five motorbikes were also burned during the blast, it further said. Bagram, 50 km north of Afghan capital Kabul is the largest U.S. military base in Afghanistan.