· ORDERS HIGH LEVEL PROBE TO CRACK THE CASE
· DEPUTY CM SUKHJINDER SINGH RANDHAWA AND DGP SIDDHARTH CHATTOPADHYAYA ALSO INSPECT BLAST SITE & MEET INJURED PATIENTS
Ludhiana : Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi say that no one shall be allowed to disturb the hard earned peace of Punjab. He has announced free treatment for all 5 persons injured in a blast that took place in gents toilet on second floor of District Courts Complex, here today. One person has died while five others are injured.
Besides, the CM has also ordered a high level probe to crack the case.
The names of injured persons are as follows: Sandeep Kaur (31), a resident of Raikot (Ludhiana), Sharanjit Kaur (25), resident of Jamalpur Ludhiana. Both are undergoing treatment at Civil Hospital Ludhiana. Manish Kumar (32), resident of Police Colony Jamalpur
Ludhiana is undergoing treatment at CMC Ludhiana, Kuldeep Singh Mand (50) of BindraBan Road Ludhiana is undergoing treatment at DMC Ludhiana and Krishan Khanna (75) of Phase 1, Dugri is also undergoing treatment at DMC Ludhiana.
Few hours after the incident, Deputy CM Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa and DGP Siddharth Chattopadhyaya inspected the blast site and met the injured patients in all 3 hospitals.
While speaking to mediapersons, the CM said that the intelligence agencies and Punjab Police is working on all theories and would soon crack this case.
While terming it as an unfortunate incident, the CM said that prima facie, it seems that the deceased person was the perpetrator of this crime. He said that the dead body has not been removed from the site so that investigation and crime scene is not tempered with. He said that a high-level probe has been ordered and all government agencies would unearth the truth in this case soon.
He further informed that all five injured persons are out of danger and are undergoing treatment in different hospitals of the city. The CM has also announced free treatment of all the injured persons.
“I want to reiterate that we would not let any person disturb the hard earned peace and communal harmony of the state,” said the CM, while adding that they would soon unmask the agencies who want to disturb Punjab ahead of the Assembly elections.