QUETTA - Four more bullet-riddled bodies of Baloch missing persons were recovered from Khuzdar and Pasni areas of Balochistan on Sunday. Local people spotted two bodies lying on Baghbana area of Khuzdar district, some 360km southeast of Quetta and informed Levies Force which rushed to the site and moved the bodies to hospital for autopsy where they were identified as Ghulam Baloch and Abdul Wahid. 'Bodies were lying at an isolated area having bullet wounds and marks of torture, a Levies official said. Sources said Ghulam Baloch was General Secretary of Baloch Watan Movement and was abducted from August 8, 2011 from Khuzdar district. While, Abdul Wahid, 17, was worker of Balochistan Students Organisation. Police after completing legal formalities handed over bodies to heirs and started further investigations. Similarly, two bodies including that of leader of Baloch Students Organisation (Azad) were found in Pasni a coastal town of Balochistan. Police on a tip-off found two bodies lying at desolated area in Pasni and moved them to nearby hospital for autopsy where they were identified as Sameer Baloch, resident of Turbat district and Mutalib resident of Jiwani. Both deceased were hit with bullets. Sources said Sameer was allegedly picked up by security forces from Turbat about one year ago. Police handed over bodies to heirs after completing legal formalities. Meanwhile, At least, five people, including three security personnel were wounded in separate bomb blasts in Barkhan, Kohlu and Dera Bugti districts of Balochistan on Sunday. According to reports, unidentified people had fitted explosives alongwith a road in Barkhan which exploded when a tractor trolley passed by the area. As a result, two security personnel identified as Qasim Khan and Dildar Ali sustained injuries in the blast. The injured were moved to the hospital for treatment. In another incident, two people were wounded in Kohlu when explosives planted with a tube-well went off with a huge blast. The injured were identified as Juma Khan and Mir Jan who were rushed to nearby hospital for treatment. Moreover, a security personnel was wounded in a blast in Dera Bugti, however his name could not be ascertained.