InÂ Pakistan, at least 24 people were killed and more than 100 others injured in a car bomb explosion near the office of Pakistan’s main intelligence agency in Faisalabad city on Tuesday. According to police, the blast occurred at about 10 on Tuesday morning, when an explosive-laden vehicle tried to force into an intelligence office building located at the Civil Lines area of the city.Â Local media quoted the city’s District Coordination Officer Naseem Sadiq as saying that the blast happened when gunmen guarding the gate of the intelligence office building shot back at the terrorists in the vehicle. The blast also led to another explosion of a nearby CNG station.Â At least a dozen cars were destroyed in the two blasts and a lot of buildings near the blast site were also damaged, including a Pakistan International Airlines office building. Police sources said one of the terrorists involved in the blast was arrested and the injured terrorist had been shifted to a nearby hospital under the police escort. It is not known yet how many terrorists were involved in the attack. Ann officer of the bomb disposal squad said the accused used 40 kilogram explosives material in the blast. Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan claimed the responsibility for the suicide car blast.