Punjab: Blast at Intelligence Office in Mohali, fear of attack, Chief Minister Mann seeks report from DGP


There has been an explosion in the headquarters of the Intelligence Wing of Punjab Police in Mohali. Preliminary information has revealed that the blast took place on the second floor of the Intelligence Wing. An explosion is being told in its front side, due to which the glass of the office was broken. According to a press release issued by Mohali Police, a minor explosion was reported at around 7:45 pm at Punjab Police Intelligence Head Quarter at SAS Nagar in Sector 78, Mohali. No damage has been reported. Senior officials are on the spot and investigation is on. Forensic teams have been called.


It is feared that the Punjab Intelligence Office has been attacked with a rocket launcher. However, it did not cause any casualties. But this attack has once again raised questions about security arrangements. Police has started investigation by taking all

At present, the entire area has been sealed. The media has also been stopped away from the office. Administrative staff has reached the spot. There is no residential area around the building. According to media sources, the blast took place around 7.30 pm. According to the information, the entire area has been sealed. Mohali SSP has also reached the spot. CM Bhagwant Mann has also sought a report of the incident. The Chief Minister has taken complete information about the matter from the DGP. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is constantly in touch with the officers.

The blast happened when the office was on holiday and most of the employees had left. The glass of the building was broken due to the attack, although there was no loss of life, at 10:00 pm that from the IT team to other police squads had reached the spot.

A day ago, one and a half kg of RDX and other explosive material was found in Tarn Taran.

Terrorist activities are being seen continuously in Punjab. Last day, the Punjab Police has arrested two persons with one and a half kg of RDX and other explosive material. The police have started identifying the sender of RDX by deactivating the IED.

ADGP Internal Security RN Dhoke had told that the Tarn Taran police had received a tip-off that Baljinder Singh alias Bindu, resident of Gujjarpura village of Ajnala in Amritsar and Jagtar Singh alias Jagga, resident of village Khanowal, were roaming in Nowshera Pannuan area with explosive material. Immediately the police team was alerted and both were nabbed during the investigation. A black colored box was found from the accused, in which IED timer, datanet, battery and shrapnel were recovered. It had about one and a half kilograms of RDX.