QUETTA - No crucial headway has been made into the investigation of Jan 10th bomb blasts in Quetta that could lead to the perpetrators despite lapse of six days.Law-enforcement agencies have arrested dozens of accused persons from different localities of Quetta in this connection who are being interrogated.The bomb blast had occurred at Quetta’s Bacha Khan Chowk that killed 13 people, including two security personnel and two blasts, including a suicide at Alamdar Road in a snooker club in which over 120 people were killed and more than 150 were injured. Baloch United Army had owned Bacha Khan Chowk blast while two other blasts were claimed by banned religious outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.The massive twin blasts at Alamdar Road of Quetta also turned fatal for Chief Minister Balochistan Aslam Raisani who lost his Chief Ministership with imposition of Governor’s rule in the province.The CCTV footage of Alamdar Road blasts had been obtained while according to official sources the CCTV cameras installed at Bacha Khan Chowk were dysfunctional. In the footage of Alamdar Road it could be seen a man running enters into snooker club and a huge explosion takes place and the doors of snooker club comes out with the pressure of the blast. However, the footages of second blast that occurred about 15 minutes later at same Alamdar Road when police officials, media persons reached the site and the blast occurred were not recorded. Security sources stated that the second blast which was excessively huge also damaged CCTV camera due to which it stopped recording. However, they said that footages were being checked thoroughly and might lead to any headway into the investigation.Official sources said that following the imposition of Governor’s rule in Balochistan, the law-enforcement agencies have rounded up about 50 suspects from different areas of the province who were being investigated. However, officials say no progress had been made in investigations. It may be mentioned here that FC and police had been given a free hand in taking action against elements involved in anti-social activities.