Punjab Police and a Tizzy leaders after a rocket-propelled grenade hit State Police Intelligence Headquarters

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said on Tuesday that police were investigating the explosion at the headquarters of the intelligence wing of the Punjab Police in Mohali and stressed that anyone who tries to disturb the peace in the state would not be spared.

“Punjab Police are investigating the blast at Mohali. Anyone who tries to spoil the atmosphere of Punjab will not be spared,” Mann said in a Punjabi tweet.
Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief spokesman Malvinder Singh Kang also said the perpetrators would not be spared.

“The explosion in Mohali is unfortunate but the situation is under control, the matter is under investigation, the perpetrators of the crime will not be spared and no one will be allowed to play with peace and harmony harshly Anti-Punjab forces unease is understandable,” Kang said in a tweet.

On Monday, a rocket-propelled grenade hit the Punjab Police Intelligence Wing headquarters in Mohali, shattering the windows of one of the building’s floors. No one, however, was injured in the blast, which political parties described as “disturbing” and “shocking”.

“The explosion took place around 7:45 p.m. at the office located in sector 77 in Mohali. The windows of one of the floors of the building were shattered due to the explosion. A minor explosion was reported at the police headquarters Punjab in Sector 77. , SAS Nagar at around 7:45 p.m. No damage was reported. Senior officers are at the scene and an investigation is ongoing. Forensic teams have been called,” Mohali Police said. in a press release. Police cordoned off the area and an alert was issued.

According to the police, a search operation has been launched to find the culprit. The explosion closely followed the recovery of an explosive device near Burail prison in Chandigarh on April 24.

Former Punjab Home Minister and Congressman Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa called the explosion a sign of deep communalism. “The bomb blast in Mohali is a sign of deep communalism. I strongly condemn this incident and urge @PunjabPoliceInd to investigate and take stern action against those who intend to disturb the peace of Punjab,” did he declare.

Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal said he was deeply shocked by the blast. “Deeply shocked by the explosion at the headquarters of the Punjab Police Intelligence Bureau, Mohali, exposing serious security deficiencies and highlighting once again the deteriorating law and order situation in Punjab. An investigation thorough investigation is needed to expose and punish those responsible,” Badal said in a tweet.


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