In the case of a grenade attack on the headquarters of the Intelligence Wing in Mohali, the police say that the explosion was like a rocket fired.
Mohali Blast: A rocket-propelled grenade was attacked on Monday night at the Intelligence Wing Headquarters of the Police in Mohali, Punjab. The window panes of one floor of the building were broken in the attack. It was a matter of relief that no one was injured in the blast. At the same time, after the incident, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has taken information about the whole matter from the DGP. He has asked for a full report of the matter. At the same time, after the blast, the police have tightened the security in the surrounding areas. Also a high alert has been put in place.
people shocked by the blast
The blast took place at around 7.45 pm at an office in Sector 77, Mohali. Here, the Mohali Police has said that no damage has been reported due to the blast. Senior officials are at the spot and the matter is being investigated. Forensic team has been called. Police have cordoned off the area and issued an alert. The police officer told reporters that the investigation into the incident is going on and our senior officers are at the spot.
Has there been a terrorist attack in Mohali?
Police officials say that the explosion was like a rocket fired. However, no casualties have been reported from this. He said that an FIR has been registered regarding the incident. When asked whether it was a terrorist attack, the police said that the investigation is on. A rapid response team of Chandigarh Police was also deployed near the intelligence office building.
Explosives were recently found near Burail Jail
It is worth noting that after the blast, the police has started to nab the accused hiding behind it. Police has started search operation. Let us tell you, on 24 April, before the incident of Monday blast, an explosive device was found near Chandigarh's Burail Jail. At the same time, now the police is also trying to connect the connection of both the incidents.
Urges strict action from CM Bhagwant Mann
At the same time, after the blast, former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has urged for strict action against those responsible for the incident. He tweeted, "Shocked to hear about the blast at the Intelligence Headquarters of Punjab Police in Mohali. Thankfully no one was hurt. This attack on our police force is very worrying and I urge Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to bring the criminals to justice at the earliest.