CCTV footage of planting a bomb in a police vehicle in Amritsar, Punjab has surfaced. In this, it has been said that two people were seen planting bombs in the police vehicle. Police have started investigation after recovering the bomb.
Amritsar: Major incident averted as CCTV captures 2 men placing bomb under police car. CCTV footage of planting a bomb in a police vehicle in Amritsar, Punjab has surfaced. In this, it has been said that two bike-borne assailants were seen planting bombs under SI Dilbag Singh’s car. However, it is not clear what was the intention of those accused. After this incident, the police has started investigation.
The miscreants seen in the footage are being identified. Police have recovered the bomb and started investigation.
Actually, Punjab Police Sub Inspector Dilbag Singh has been very active in the era of terrorism and this is the reason why an attempt has been made to target him. On Monday night, two people on a motorcycle were imprisoned in CCTV on a motorcycle, two unidentified people wearing white kurtas were seen planting bombs on the bottom of the car. Regarding this incident, the SI himself said that he had received threats many times before and he had informed the police about it.
Police officials say that CCTV footage can help in reaching the miscreants and we will catch the accused soon. Here, it is believed that this work can be done by a gangster from Punjab who wants to spread panic by directly challenging the police.
Any gangster troubled by police action and arrest can do this. At the same time, its wires can also connect with terrorists. According to one theory, the wires of those who target the police can also be linked to terrorists.
The video of this incident has been captured in the CCTV, in which it is clearly visible that two people have come on a bike and planted explosives under the Bolero car of every color parked outside their house. The young man who came to clean the car in the morning gave this information to the SI. Because of this young man, the bomb blast in Amritsar has been saved.