Mohali Blast: Suspected use of TNT in the blast

Mohali Blast: The Intelligence Unit has started investigating the matter. At the same time, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said that strict action will be taken against the culprits.

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Mohali: Punjab Police held a press conference on last night's blast at the headquarters of the Punjab Police Intelligence Wing in Mohali. Punjab DGP said that we have clues in this matter and soon we will solve this matter. The explosive used is suspected to contain TNT. We are working to resolve this matter soon.


CM Mann held a meeting with police officers

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is inaction regarding the blast in Mohali, Punjab. CM Bhagwant Mann held a meeting with the police officials today (Tuesday) and sought a report from them on the incident. He said that the Intelligence Unit of Punjab Police is probing the matter. Strict action will be taken against those who disturb the peace of Punjab. Whoever it is, he will not be left behind.


CM warns of strict action against the culprits

According to official sources, CM Mann called a meeting of senior police officers including the DGP at his residence today and sought a report on the incident. Bhagwant Mann tweeted, 'Police is investigating the blast in Mohali. Whoever tried to spoil the atmosphere of our Punjab will not be spared.


Attack on Intelligence Unit Headquarters

It is worth mentioning that on Monday night, a rocket-propelled grenade was attacked in the headquarters premises of the Police Intelligence Unit located in Sector 77 in Mohali, due to which the windows of the third floor of the building were shattered. The incident is being seen as a major intelligence failure, as the building houses the offices of the state's 'Counter Intelligence Wing' and some other units.


Preparation for strict action against the culprits

However, no casualties have been reported in this incident. Political parties have termed it as "disturbing" and "shocking". Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party MP Raghav Chadha termed the incident cowardice and said that strict action would be taken against those involved in it.