A high alert has been issued in entire Punjab
"A minor explosion was reported at the Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters in sector 77, SAS Nagar at around 7.45 PM. No damage has been reported. Senior officers are on the spot and an investigation is being done. Forensic teams have been called," the Mohali Police official said in a statement.The police engaged in the investigation had found a rocket-like thing found on the spot. After which he was examined. Now news is coming that two suspicious people were seen coming from a car. These people targeted the building from about 80 metres away. At the same time, the intelligence team is engaged in the investigation.
Rocket Launcher Attack
For your information, let us tell you that on Monday night, the attack on the Punjab Intelligence Office in Mohali with a rocket launcher was done from a moving car. The attackers had come in a Swift car and had targeted the building with the moving car itself. This incident has been caught on CCTV. At the same time, after the information about the attack from the rocket launcher, not only Mohali but the officials of the tri-city swung into action. Police said the rocket-like weapon was fired from a distance of 25-30 meters, due to which it fell directly near the headquarters table, breaking the window and glass of the building. It is feared that this attack has happened from an RPG. RPG means Rocket Propelled Grenade. A picture of a broken grenade can be seen in the picture.
But on the other hand, the Punjab Police has not confirmed it as a terrorist incident. Punjab Police says it was a small blast. According to the SP, the blast happened from outside. The forensic team is investigating it. SP Headquarters Ravinder Pal Singh says that due to the intensity of the attack, no one has been injured nor has there been any damage. Senior officials of Punjab Police and FSL team are probing it. After the blast in the Mohali Intelligence Wing office last night, a stir has started in Punjab. All the politicians are giving their reaction to this incident.Former Punjab CM Amarinder Singh has described this attack on the police as worrying and added through tweet-
On this matter Sukhbir Badal, former Deputy CM of Punjab and head of Shiromani Akali Dal, tweeted saying:
Along with this, Pratap Singh Bajwa of Congress expressed concern and said that-
Khalistani terrorists may have a hand-
According to the report of NDTV, Khalistani terrorists are also believed to be behind this attack. The inputs of IB were shared by Punjab Police with Haryana Police, after which 4 Khalistani terrorists were arrested from Karnal. A large quantity of weapons was also recovered from their possession. The news is that intelligence agencies believe that there is definitely some coordination in all these incidents. At the same time, Khalistani flags were found outside the Himachal Assembly two days ago. It is believed that the meeting of Khalistani flags can also be part of this conspiracy. Soon an FIR can be registered in this case.
There have been some arrests in the Mohali case: CM Bhagwant Mann
In this case, the statement of the Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwan has come – There have been some arrests in this whole matter. The investigation is continuing and it is likely that some more arrests may be made by evening. Whoever is behind this conspiracy, no one will be spared. Earlier, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann had called a meeting on the Mohali blast. All the top officials including the DGP will attend the meeting. In this meeting to be held at CM residence, Bhagwant Mann will ask for a report on the blast.
Recently four terrorists were caught
For your information, let us tell you that a few days ago, a big action has been taken against terrorism in Karnal, Haryana. In which the Khalistani conspiracy to shake the country was foiled. Four suspected terrorists were apprehended from Karnal. A large quantity of bullets and ammunition boxes were found from them. Three IED bombs were also found from them. It was told that all four are related to Punjab-based terrorist organization Babbar Khalsa International (BKI).