JK Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said Narwal explosion is condemnable, identify and take strict action
Narwal two blasts: Two explosions took place in the Narwal area of Jammu at an interval of 20 minutes each. Six people were injured. J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has given instructions for strict action. Top officials say that the investigation is going on. It would be wrong to speak too soon. Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra is in Jammu and Kashmir and Republic Day is also coming, need to be careful.
Two explosions took place in the Narwal area of Jammu on Saturday morning. 6 people were injured in this blast. The injured have been admitted to the hospital. The blasts took place in yard number 7 of Narwal. There was a gap of 20 minutes between the two blasts. After Rajouri, the explosion in Narwal raised the ears of the security personnel. Jammu-Kashmir Police and NIA have been alerted because there will be a lot of commotion in Jammu-Kashmir in the coming days. Republic Day is also coming with Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra. It seems that the terrorists are also in the grip of some incidents. Such incidents are pointing towards a bigger conspiracy. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha strongly condemned the blasts in Narwal, Jammu.
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has strongly condemned the blasts in Narwal, Jammu. Senior police officers briefed the Lt Governor about the blast and the investigation. He has identified the people responsible and instructed them to take action against them.
Jammu Deputy Mayor Baldev Singh Billawariya is very angry with this incident. He said, I asked the officials and they told me that, only after investigation, they would be able to say whether the blasts were accidental or deliberate. It has been told that 6 people have been injured, and the condition of some is serious. There can be an angle of terrorism in this. Baldev Singh Billawariya further said that first, they (terrorists) did something in Rajouri. They can do anything to defame Jammu and Kashmir.
ADGP Jammu Zone Mukesh Singh told that twin blasts took place in the Narwal area of Jammu in which 6 people were injured. Dog squad has conducted the investigation in the Narwal area of Jammu.
Jammu CRPF Commandant Kamal Sisodia said that CRPF, Army and J&K Police are here. We are clearing the area. It is too early to give any kind of information right now. We will investigate first and then we will be able to tell something.
Jammu DIG Shakti Pathak said that we are probing the blast. Whatever facts will come after the investigation will be told. There have been blasts in yard number 7 of Narwal. There was a gap of 20 minutes between the two blasts. Further investigation is going on.