Mohali Grenade Blast: Bomb Blast in Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters, see details here- Watch Video

Publish Date: 10 May, 2022 |

After the blast in Ludhiana Court Complex on December 23 last year, terrorist incidents are increasing continuously in Punjab. Terrorists' nefarious plans are evident in Punjab. Due to this, Punjab Police and intelligence agencies have been alerted.

After the formation of the Aam Aadmi Party government in the state, many such incidents have come up. On Monday, a blast on the third floor of the Intelligence Office building of Punjab Police in Sector-77, Mohali surfaced. Intelligence agencies suspect that the RPG (Rocket-Propelled Grenade) was used in the Mohali attack. This weapon may have been made in Russia.

Khalistani terrorists are suspected behind this incident

Khalistani terrorists are suspected to be the mastermind behind the terrorist incidents in Punjab. After the 'Khalistan Murdabad March' in Patiala, the arrests of 4 terrorists in Karnal, Haryana and writing slogans of Khalistan on the walls outside the assembly in Dharamsala, Himachal are joining together. Ludhiana Court Blast, Ropar Blast, Ferozepur Blast and Nawanshahr Blast etc. are important. The investigation is also coming to the fore that terrorist groups are getting access to excessive weapons which is an alarming sign.

Threatened to blow up Many Places

On May 21, the terrorists had threatened to blow up several railway stations of Punjab including Jalandhar, Sultanpur Lodhi, Lohian Khas, Ferozepur Cantonment, Phagwara, Amritsar, Tarn Taran. Along with blowing up Shri Devi Talab temple of Jalandhar, Kali Mata temple of Patiala, Hanuman Garhi temple of Phagwara on May 23, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, Governor Banwari Lal Purohit, Railway General Manager of Ferozepur Seema Sharma including Akali Dal leaders were killed. Threatened too.


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