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Home Secretary Holds High-Level Internal Security Meeting At MHA In Ludhiana Court Blast

Ajay Kumar Bhalla, the Union Home Secretary, convened another high-level internal security meeting at the MHA on Friday to discuss the Ludhiana Court blast incident.

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ludhiyana cort blast

Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla convened a high-level internal security meeting at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Friday to discuss the Ludhiana court blast incident. The meeting was attended by IB Director Arvind Kumar, CRPF and NIA Chief Kuldiep Singh, BSF DG Pankaj Singh, and other NIA and MHA officials.

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This occurs just one day after the Punjab government was briefed by the Home Secretary, who issued clear and strict orders to find the perpetrators within 72 hours. The MHA stated that the Punjab government will use all available mechanisms to apprehend the perpetrators. Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, also took notice of the incident and set a 72-hour deadline to find the perpetrators.

Meanwhile, in the wake of the blast in the District Court, Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju is in Ludhiana and has stated that the “matter is being taken seriously.

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A bomb went off in a courtroom in Ludhiana.

On Thursday, a bomb exploded in the District Court Complex in Ludhiana, killing one person and injuring six others, prompting the Punjab government to issue a state-wide high alert. According to the preliminary investigation, the man killed in the second-floor toilet blast was attempting to assemble or plant an explosive device. Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi expressed fears that the explosion was an attempt to create “anarchy” in the poll-bound state as forensic teams and specialised agencies were dispatched to the blast site.

A bomb went off in a courtroom in Ludhiana.
On Thursday, a bomb exploded in the District Court Complex in Ludhiana, killing one person and injuring six others, prompting the Punjab government to issue a state-wide high alert. According to the preliminary investigation, the man killed in the second-floor toilet blast was attempting to assemble or plant an explosive device. Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi expressed fears that the explosion was an attempt to create “anarchy” in the poll-bound state as forensic teams and specialised agencies were dispatched to the blast site.

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