AMRITSAR: Strongly condemning the grenade attack on a religious congregation in Amritsar, which claimed three lives and left 15 people injured Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh warned that the possibility of the involvement of ISI-based Khalistani or Kashmiri terror groups can’t be ruled out.
In a statement issued hours after the incident, the CM, who held a review meeting, said police teams were rushed to raid suspected hideouts of the assailants and multiple teams have begun investigating the various angles to crack the case. The chief minister said his government was “on the top of things” and would “get to the bottom of the incident” soon and ensure that the culprits are nabbed and brought to book.
At least three people were killed and 20 injured in a grenade attack on a religious congregation in Amritsar. While condemning the incident, Amarinder Singh also announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh for the kin of those killed and free treatment to the injured ones.