QUETTA - A device exploded on Samungli Road of Quetta on Monday while police seized explosives in Kalat. According to police, unidentified persons had planted explosive device with a motorcycle which was parked close to FIA office on Samungli Road. Device exploded with a big bang, smashing windowpanes of nearby buildings. However, no loss of life occurred in the blast. Police and other law-enforcement agencies rushed to the site and cordoned off the area. Police is investigating the incident. No group has claimed responsibility for the blast. In another incident, police on a tip-off recovered explosives planted with a bridge near the residence of Deputy Commissioner in Kalat town, some 150 km away from Quetta. Police defused the explosives before being blasted and started a search in the area. Meanwhile, dozens of activists of Balochistan National Party (BNP-Mengal) staged a demo outside Quetta Press Club on Monday to protest against the killing of Baloch missing persons and throwing their bullet-riddled bodies. Participants of demo were carrying placards inscribed with various demands such as 'stop killing of Baloch missing persons and shouting slogans against government and security forces. Addressing on the occasion, BNP Secretary Information, Agha Hassan Baloch Advocate, Ghulam Nabi Marri and Mir Ghulam Rasool Mengal strongly condemned the brutal murder of Baloch youth allegedly at the hands of intelligence agencies. 'Baloch nation has faced five military actions during past six decades but never bowed down to any force, they remarked, adding, that over 200 bodies of Baloch youth had been recovered from different areas of Balochistan but judiciary and government were completely silent over this serious issue. They alleged that personnel of security forces and intelligence agencies whisked away BNP leader Nabi Bakhsh Bangulzai alongwith his two friends on August 11th, and later their decomposed bodies were recovered from Hub. They condemned raids on the residences of Nawabzada Jamil Bugti and former Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Humayun Marri by law-enforcement agencies, and blamed government for trying to implicate Baloch leaders in fabricated cases. They also condemned the killing of Baloch people in Karachi and demanded of the humanitarian organisations for putting up pressure on government to stop killing of Baloch missing persons in Balochistan and play their active role in recovery of missing persons.