NL/Prabhasakshi NewsRoom: Two blasts ahead of Amit Shah’s Jammu-Kashmir tour, high alert declared
The great thing is that these incidents happened a few days before the visit of the Interior Minister Amit Shah from 4 October. Udhampur-Reasi (Range) Inspector General of Police Suleman Choudhary said two to three buses were damaged in the blast.
Udhampur. On Thursday morning, an explosion occurred in a bus parked at a bus stop in the city of Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir. Security forces are said to have declared a ‘high alert’ after two explosions took place in the city in the space of several hours. Let us tell you that this explosion happened around 5:40 a.m. on Thursday morning. No news of injuries here. The roof and rear of the vehicle were completely damaged by the explosion. Let us tell you that the first blast happened Wednesday night in a bus parked at a gas station at Domel Chowk. Two people were injured in the explosion at the time. The bus in which the second explosion took place was from Basantgarh in Udhampur district and had stopped at the bus stop overnight. It was to leave for Basantgarh in the morning.
The great thing is that these incidents happened a few days before the visit of the Interior Minister Amit Shah from 4 October. Udhampur-Reasi (Range) Inspector General of Police Suleman Choudhary said two to three buses were damaged in the blast. “The nature of the explosives and other matters are being investigated,” he said. The injured have been questioned and the terrorism-related aspect of the incident cannot be ruled out, the police officer said. There will be a byte here.
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Let us tell you that after these incidents, the police have issued an ‘alert’ and asked people to look after their vehicles so that if there is anything suspicious inside them, they can get information about it in time. Officials said police and other security forces personnel have surrounded the bus stop and are undergoing thorough checks before resuming vehicle service. It is said that before the explosion in the morning, all vehicles coming out of the bus stop will also be stopped at the checkpoints and searched.
In addition, J&K Police found an IED-like object in Poonch late last night. Police have also arrested a female suspect in connection with this case. Further research is underway. Let us tell you that in view of the Home Secretary’s visit, intensive searches are underway throughout Jammu and Kashmir and strict security is maintained throughout. Notably, Amit Shah will address two “huge rallies” during his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir. Police Director-General Dilbagh Singh, who visited both the Rajouri and Baramulla rally sites, said all necessary security preparations have been completed. It is said that the Interior Minister will visit Rajouri in Jammu and Baramulla in Kashmir on October 4-5 and address public gatherings. A BJP leader has said that Amit Shah can also visit the temple of Mata Vaishno Devi before addressing the meeting.