Taliban militants in Pakistan have blown up a NATO oil truck carrying fuel for US-led foreign troops in Afghanistan. The incident took place near the eastern city of Sargodha in Punjab Province, according to the (Press TV). Officials said that militants first opened fire upon the NATO tanker and then set it alight in the Harnoli Mor Peeplan village of the Sargodha district early Wednesday. As a result, the tanker was completely destroyed but no human loss was reported in the incident. The NATO oil tanker was en route to Kandahar city in Afghanistan from Karachi to deliver fuel to US-led forces stationed in the war-torn country. NATO supply trucks are the target of frequent attacks in Pakistan. Pro-Taliban militants often claim responsibility for such attacks, saying that the assaults are in retaliation for non-UN-sanctioned US airstrikes on Pakistan''s tribal regions.