Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor Arvind Kejriwal, on Tuesday, denounced the Mohali impact and said that the offenders will be brought to book. Mann has additionally required a gathering at his home on Tuesday with DGP and other senior officials to look for a report on the game-plan up to this point, with regards to this issue, it is learnt.
In a tweet, Mann said that the individuals who attempted to ruin the climate in Punjab won’t be saved. He further added that the police are researching the Mohali impact. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal likewise took to Twitter and said that the guilty parties behind the demonstration will be rebuffed.
“Mohali impact is a fainthearted demonstration of the people who need to upset the tranquility of Punjab. Aam Aadmi Party’s Punjab government won’t permit those individuals’ desires to be satisfied. Harmony will be kept up with under all conditions with the participation of the multitude of individuals of Punjab and the offenders will be rebuffed harshly (sic),” Kejriwal said in a tweet in Hindi.
In the interim, security was moved forward at the Punjab Police Intelligence base camp where a group of Punjab Police and Punjab Police commandos has been conveyed.
A minor impact shook the Punjab Police insight Headquarters in Mohali on Monday night. While no setback or death toll was accounted for, police said that the assault occurred from outside the structure with a rocket-pushed explosive. The police are, notwithstanding, testing the fear point for the situation.
“It is a minor impact. The assault occurred from outside the structure. It has been finished with rocket-type fire. No setback or misfortune occurred. Our senior officials and FSL group are examining it,” Mohali SP (HQ) Ravinder Pal Singh told columnists.