KARACHI – Four rangers personnel among seven were wounded in a roadside bomb attack occurred within the jurisdiction of Quaidabad police station while Sindh Ranger Sachal Wing narrowly escaped the attack as high explosives were found from an empty plot nearby here on Monday.A high intensity bomb carrying some 12 kilogram explosive material, ball bearings, nut and bolts was found from an empty plot near the Sachal Wing of Rangers located at Super Highway. Heavy contingent of Rangers, police and experts of Bomb Disposal Squad rushed to the spot. BDS experts managed to defuse the bomb.They said that the bomb was locally made and fixed in an oil canister, which contained high explosive material and improvised explosive device (IED) connected with the remote control. The police have registered an FIR 135/12 under Section 4/5 Explosive Act against unidentified militants. Meanwhile, the police have registered an FIR No. 354/12 under Sections 324, 427 of the Pakistan Penal Code 7 of the anti-terrorism act and ¾ of the explosive act on the complaint of Rangers personnel, namely Qurban against unidentified persons. At least four Rangers personnel namely sepoy Qasim Nawaz, driver Siddique, Lance Naik Sanaullah, Rizwan and a factory’s watchman namely Faiz Muhammad were injured when an IED planted at quarters’ wall of a private mill at Quaidabad crossroads, went off with a huge bang.The rangers patrolling mobile was completely destroyed in the blast. The explosion made a hole in the wall of mill’s quarters with some damage to the check-post as well. The glasses of nearby shops had also broken. The bomb disposal squad experts said that it was a remote-controlled bomb blast and contained ball bearings and nut bolts.