Sunday, May 22, 2022

Ludhiana Court Blast : The Person Killed In The Incident Was The Bomber, Identified As A Former Punjab Policeman: Sources

One person was killed and six were injured in the Ludhiana bomb blast.


Sensational disclosure has been made about the bomb blast in the court of Ludhiana city of Punjab. Sources say that only one person killed in the bomb blast was the attacker. Sources have told NDTV on Friday that the person killed in the court bomb blast in Ludhiana, Punjab has been identified. It is believed that he was the bomber. Surprisingly, he turned out to be a former policeman. According to sources, the bomber has been identified as former policeman Gagandeep Singh. He was a head constable in Punjab Police and was dismissed from service in the year 2019.

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According to sources, he spent two years in jail after his arrest in a drug smuggling case. He was released in September. His identity was proved with his SIM card and dongle. His family has also accepted that the body is of Gagandeep. Is. Instead, CM Channi tried to connect it with the case of former minister Bikram Majithia.

Channi said, it is a possibility because the blast happened in Ludhiana when the trial of Majithia’s case was going on in Mohali. The wires of these two may be connected, but this is a matter of investigation. He said six other people injured in the blast were out of danger. The hearing of the case was going on in Mohali, in which the anticipatory bail petition of Akali Dal leader Bikram Majithia was being heard.

The CM also indicated that at present there is no evidence of involvement of Pak agencies or Khalistan factions in the Ludhiana courtroom blast. However, his statement has been criticized by former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh. He has slammed them for outright denying the possibility of the incident being linked to terrorism.

Channi said that he has spoken to Union Home Minister Amit Shah. However, this statement of the Chief Minister does not match with his own Deputy Chief Minister and Punjab Home Minister Sukhjinder Randhawa. Randhawa had said that the role of outside forces in the Ludhiana blast cannot be ruled out.



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