- Cause of blast not yet known
- The explosion was so strong that the glasses of the surrounding houses were broken.
- Many injured were taken to the hospital
There are reports of a blast in the Ludhiana District Court premises, in which two persons are feared dead and many people are injured. The blast took place on the third floor of the Ludhiana District Court premises. Police has reached the spot. However, no official confirmation has been made so far.
The explosion was so strong that the glasses of the surrounding buildings were broken. The casualties have not yet been confirmed. According to the pictures that are coming out, the court building has also suffered a lot. The injured have been rushed to the hospital. It is not yet confirmed who caused the blast and why. The blast took place on the third floor of the court. According to the people present on the spot, it was a bomb blast. There was no crowd in the court premises due to the lawyers’ strike.
Court room walls broken
Whether the explosion took place due to cylinder or something else, it is not yet known. Preliminary investigation has been started by the administration. A large number of people were present in the court premises when the incident took place. The blast took place in the old court complex of Ludhiana. An eyewitness says that the blast took place as part of a conspiracy. The blast was so severe that the walls of the court room were broken.
In this matter Gurpreet Singh Bhullar, CP, Ludhiana, Punjab said that we are investigating. One person has died and two people have been injured in this blast. We have called the forensic team.
CM Channi told the conspiracy
The statement of Punjab Seum Charanjit Singh Channi has also come on the Ludhiana Blast. He called it a conspiracy and said that the culprits will not be spared. Channi said, ‘I am going to Ludhiana to take stock of the occasion, as elections are approaching, such despicable acts are being done by some anti-national forces. The government is conscious about this, people should also be aware.