Punjab Police Intelligence HQ Blast In Mohali, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said today, a day after an RPG-like attack against Punjab Police’s intelligence headquarters in Mohali, that anyone who tried to destabilize the state’s atmosphere would not be spared.
“The blast in Mohali is being investigated by Punjab Police. Anyone who tries to degrade Punjab’s atmosphere would not be spared, “Mann explained.
Arvind Kejriwal, whose Aam Aadmi Party is in power in Punjab, termed it a cowardly act and promised that all perpetrators will face heavy punishment.
“The bombing in Mohali was a cowardly act by people who wish to disrupt Punjab’s tranquility. The Punjab government of the Aam Aadmi Party will not grant those people’s wishes. Peace will be preserved under all circumstances with the help of all Punjabis, and the perpetrators will be severely punished “He sent out a tweet.
Mann has scheduled a meeting with top Punjab police officers at his home today to obtain a report on the incident’s actions.
A rocket-propelled grenade, or RPG, was launched from the street during the Monday night attack, police said, adding that the blast was small. According to them, the RPG smashed panes at the Punjab Police intelligence headquarters. The explosion did not result in any injuries.
“At around 7.45 p.m., a minor explosion was detected at the Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters in SAS Nagar’s sector 77. There has been no damage recorded. Senior cops have arrived on the scene and are conducting an investigation. The police have dispatched forensic teams “In a statement, the Mohali police said.
The incident, according to AAP MP Raghav Chadha, was an act of cowardice, and the harshest possible punishment will be taken against those responsible.
“The explosion in Mohali was a cowardly act by those who seek to destabilize the state’s hard-won tranquility. The Punjab administration will not spare those responsible and will take the most severe measures feasible “Chadha tweeted.