At least four policemen were reportedly injured on Sunday in southeastern Turkey when an Islamic State militant blew himself up during a police raid. 

One of the cops was seriously injured in the blast, AFP reported.

"'IS' (Isis) jihadist blows himself up, injuring four police in southern Turkey: reports (sic)," AFP tweeted.

The Isis militant blew the explosives attached to his body soon after the police conducted a raid in an apartment building in Gaziantep town of southeastern Turkey on Sunday, AFP cited the Dogan news agency as saying.

The militant activated explosives attached to his body when police raided an apartment building in the town of Gaziantep late yesterday, the Dogan news agency said.

The attack happened amidst the visit of world leaders like Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Turkey to take part in the G20 meet. Modi arrived in Antalya city of Turkey on Sunday morning for the annual G20 Summit.

United States President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin, British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese President Xi Jinping are also to attend the summit.

The incident comes on the heels of terror attacks in parts of Paris, which left at least 128 dead. The Isis took the responsibility for the attacks, saying they were "the first of the storm".