'Concerned about In This Time Pakistani situation:' Worldwide reaction to Imran's arrest 'Concerned about In This Time Pakistani situation:' Worldwide reaction to Imran's arrest

'Concerned about In This Time Pakistani situation:' Worldwide reaction to Imran's arrest

'Concerned about In This Time Pakistani situation:' Worldwide reaction to Imran's arrest  Imran Khan's arrest is getting global coverage and various leaders have commented on it. The coverage of the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust case was also seen on the international media and many world-renowned personalities gave their reactions. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan was arrested by the Rangers on Tuesday from the Islamabad High Court premises in the Al-Qad Trust case. After the arrest of Imran Khan, protests are going on across the country and the issue is being covered in the international media. CNN covered the protest with the headline: 'Imran Khan's supporters clash with powerful army.'   Al Jazeera, Reuters, Bloomberg and other international news organizations are also covering this whole issue and many media organizations are running a live page. The Guardian headlined one of its articles, 'How Imran Khan became the man who divided Pakistan.'  World famous personalities have also given their reaction on the current situation of Pakistan. Hamza Yusuf , the Scottish First Minister of Pakistani origin, tweeted, "The situation in Pakistan, which is very close to my heart, is very worrying."  Jeremy Corbyn, the former leader of the British Labor Party, described the arrest of Imran Khan as a dark day for democracy.  "We just want to make sure that whatever is happening in Pakistan is in accordance with the rule of law and the constitution," US Secretary of State Anthony Blanken said at a news conference in Washington.  British Prime Minister Rishi Sonak gave his reaction to Imran Khan's arrest during his speech in Parliament and said that the arrest of the former prime minister is an internal matter of Pakistan. We support peaceful democratic processes and respect for the rule of law and we are monitoring the situation closely.'  The European Union also issued a statement on the situation arising after the arrest of Imran Khan, in which it was said that patience and coolness are needed in such difficult and tense times.     PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi was also arrested : Pakistan  My hands and feet are clean, I have not done anything wrong: Shah Mehmood Qureshi's statement before his arrest Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Vice-Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said in a recorded video message before his arrest that he did not do anything wrong and that the attack on the Corps Commander House in Lahore was an insult to him and the party chairman. , is a complete lie.  Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in a message issued by PTI's official Twitter account that 'this movement is a real freedom movement and we all have contributed to it.'  Imran Khan entrusted me with the responsibility and I was fulfilling this responsibility. If I do not get respite, I want to convey the message that this struggle for true freedom must continue. This struggle should continue until the freedom of Imran Khan.  He added in his video message that his political career has been 40 years. 'My hands and feet are clean, I have not done anything wrong, I have not done anything outrageous.'  At the same time, he said regarding those affected in the violent incidents: 'I am very sorry for the injured and those who lost their lives, but a great cause requires great sacrifices.'  According to Shah Mehmood Qureshi: 'I request all officials not to lose heart, but remain calm.'  He further said that 'to say that the attack on the Corps Commander's house was on my and Imran Khan's mother, it is completely wrong and a lie.'  In the end, he told his workers to 'keep calm but keep working towards your goal.'    ISPR declaration contradicts facts: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has called the statement of the Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army (ISPR) against the facts.  In a statement issued late at night by the central media department of PTI, it was said that since its inception, Tehreek-e-Insaf and its chairman Imran Khan have targeted the supremacy of the constitution and the rule of law. Our aim is to protect the political, economic and social rights of the people of Pakistan.  It was further said that 'Tehrek-e-Insaaf has always discouraged deviance from the constitution and the law and resisted the total or partial suspension of the constitution through martial law.'  In the statement, PTI wrote: 'Unnecessary attempts to crush the country's largest party and its leadership also created bitterness among the people, which the state ignored. Tehreek-e-Insaaf and its chairman played the role of a shield to save the nation and the state from the negative effects of this bitterness.  The declaration also said: 'Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf does not believe in giving priority to individuals over institutions. Tehreek-e-Insaaf considers individuals and institutions equally bound to obey the law. Therefore, it is necessary that instead of insisting on deviating from the constitution, it should be confined within the limits of the constitution and give the constitution a decisive status by abandoning the way of depriving the people of their right to sovereignty through various tricks.'     Amidst the rise in the death toll from the protests Pakistan, Imran Khan was arrested for 8 days pending investigation : Source  A Pakistani court has agreed to detain former Prime Minister Imran Khan for 8 days pending investigations into a "corruption case". On Tuesday, a high court in Islamabad ordered the arrest of Khan, sparking violent protests across the country.  A judicial record showed, on Wednesday, that a Pakistani court agreed to detain former Prime Minister Imran Khan for 8 days pending investigation in a "corruption case", amid the high number of deaths and detainees during the ongoing protests in the country.  This comes after the Pakistani government deployed the army in the states of "Punjab" and "Khyber Pakhtunkhwa" in the north of the country against the backdrop of continued demonstrations against Khan's arrest.  The Pakistani Interior Ministry has approved the requests of the regional transitional governments to deploy army forces with the aim of maintaining law enforcement and order, according to the local "Geo News" channel.  The decision came after police on Tuesday detained dozens of opposition activists in a nightly sweep across Pakistan following widespread outrage and protests over Khan's arrest on corruption charges.  Police and paramilitary units carrying riot gear have also been deployed around the court, with all roads leading to the site closed.  On Wednesday, health officials confirmed that at least three more people were killed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, bringing the death toll to six in two days.  Police officials added that more than 1,200 protesters were arrested during the protests, which continued in many parts of the South Asian country.  On Tuesday, a high court in Islamabad ordered the arrest of Khan, 70, sparking violent protests across the country, while the Anti-Corruption Court, also in the capital, separately charged Khan on Wednesday in a case involving the illegal purchase and sale of foreign gifts.  Khan's lawyers boycotted the hearing after the hearing judge refused to delay his indictment in the trial, known as the "Toshakhana" (gift box) case. Khan pleaded not guilty during the trial.  Since his arrest on Tuesday, at least six people have been killed and dozens injured in clashes between protesters belonging to Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party and the police, according to officials.  While mobile internet and social media platforms remain banned, schools have been closed in many parts of the country.  The demonstrators also stormed the Pakistan Radio building in the northwestern city of Peshawar and looted the editing room and various other departments.  "Hundreds stormed the building and set fire to records and equipment," state broadcaster Taher Hassan told reporters.  This is the second attack on Radio Pakistan since Tuesday, according to the same source.  Khan, the country's only prime minister who was ousted by a vote of no confidence, faces a slew of cases against him, ranging from "terrorism" to "attempted murder" and "money laundering".  Most of the cases, which Khan describes as "sham", were filed after his ouster.  On April 11, Parliament elected Shehbaz Sharif, the former opposition leader, as the country's prime minister, succeeding Imran Khan.  Sharif's election came after a vote of no confidence in Khan, and the latter's party withdrew from voting on choosing a new prime minister.         Manipur (India) : Firing on army personnel in East Imphal, life returning on track in other places A Defense Ministry official said that people who had taken shelter in temporary camps have also started returning to their respective homes. At least 60 people were killed and over 30,000 were rendered homeless in violence in Manipur last week.  Imphal:  Unidentified militants opened fire in Manipur's Imphal East district on Wednesday, injuring an Assam Rifles jawan even as life returned to normal at several places in the violence-hit state. Officials gave this information on Wednesday. Curfew was relaxed for six hours from 5 am on Wednesday in 11 affected districts, including Imphal West, Bishnupur, Churachandpur and Jiribam, he said. On Tuesday, curfew was relaxed for four hours in these districts.  A Defense Ministry official said that people who had taken shelter in temporary camps have also started returning to their respective homes. At least 60 people were killed and over 30,000 were rendered homeless in last week's violence in Manipur. Manipur Information and Public Relations Minister Sapam Ranjan Singh said that of the 30,000 displaced people, 26,000 have been shifted to safer places from the violence-hit districts, while 4,000 have taken shelter in relief camps set up near their homes.  According to officials, a total of 128 'columns' or around 10,000 soldiers of the Indian Army and Assam Rifles continued flag marches in the affected areas on Wednesday as well and carried out round-the-clock aerial surveillance with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Army's Spear Corps said that at 11 am in Dolaithabi area of ​​East Imphal district, unidentified terrorists opened fire on troops in the area.  Army's Spear Corps tweeted, "The miscreants fled after firing a few rounds. A soldier of Assam Rifles was injured in the firing. Presently the injured jawan is undergoing treatment. Several extremist organizations are suspected to be involved in the caste violence in Manipur over the demand of Scheduled Tribe status by the majority Meitei community.  The Public Relations Officer of the Department of Defense issued a statement saying, “The Indian Army, along with the Assam Rifles, has significantly reshaped the security infrastructure and mobilized a number of resources, especially in the backdrop of the prevailing security situation in Manipur. Due to which the situation seems to be normal now and people are now returning to their homes. The work of reuniting the stranded people with their loved ones has also started.  The statement said, “The Indian Army is leaving no stone unturned to conduct surveillance not only in the hinterland but also in the areas along the India-Myanmar border. Round-the-clock surveillance through unmanned aircraft, deployment of Mi 17 and Cheetah helicopters of the Indian Air Force and Army and foot patrolling and flag marches are being taken to restore confidence among the local people on the ground.”  In the statement, the army has also urged people not to fall prey to "malicious attempts to disturb social harmony through misinterpretation or misrepresentation of facts" as "anti-elements are once again trying to disseminate malicious unverified material". Can.  The Army has said, “As peace and harmony among communities in Manipur seem to be gradually restored, inimical elements may once again attempt to spread malicious unverified content. Indian Army and Assam Rifles are determined to restore complete normalcy at the earliest. We request all not to let any malicious attempt to disturb harmony in the region through misinterpretation or misrepresentation of facts succeed.”  Meanwhile, the Assam Rifles said that the force has evacuated 1,229 people from Nagaland who were stranded in Manipur. These include 47 Konyak tribal women from Yaripok in Thoubal district, who used to work in a factory there. Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) Major General Vikas Lakhera said in Kohima that most of the stranded people of Nagaland have been rescued.          Another blast in Amritsar, 2 people detained, 3 blasts so far near Golden Temple : Punjab Another blast has taken place in Amritsar, Punjab. The blast took place in the corridor near the Golden Temple Gurdwara. There is no news of loss of life or property so far. Punjab Police is engaged in investigation.  Amritsar(India) : On Thursday, another explosion took place near the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab, due to which people are in panic. This is the third blast near the Golden Temple one after the other. There is no news of anyone being killed or injured in this latest blast. However, the sound of this explosion, which took place at around 1 pm on Wednesday night, was heard far and wide and people came out of their houses. This place of blast was completely different from the place of first blast. This blast happened at a long distance from the first incident.  Quoting sources, news is coming that two men and a woman were staying in room number 225 of Shri Gururam Das Sarai, they are being questioned regarding the blast. Please tell that no one has taken responsibility for the blasts being investigated by the Punjab Police and NIA. The forensic reports of the samples taken by NIA and Punjab Police are awaited. Initial investigation of the earlier blasts said that the blasts were of low intensity and there was no trigger.  It is being told that this latest blast took place near the Golden Temple, near Sri Guru Ramdas Sarai, located on the corridor side. On getting the information of the incident, the police officers reached the spot and started the investigation. The forensic team of Punjab Police has also started investigating the blast. However, the cause of the blast is yet to be ascertained. The police is also trying to connect the links of all the three blasts.   Amritsar Police Commissioner Naunihal Singh, who reached the spot, said, "We got information around 12:15 a.m. that a huge explosion-like sound was heard, possibly another explosion. We are not yet confirming that." It was a blast, it is being probed. People are being verified." On 8 May, one person was injured in a blast at Heritage Street near the Golden Temple, the same place where there was a blast on 6 May.  One person was injured in the first explosion in Amritsar A person was slightly injured in the explosion on 'Heritage Street' near the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab, and window panes of some buildings were shattered. The sound of the explosion was heard within a kilometer radius of the Golden Temple. Police said that one person was injured in the incident. He said that the window panes of some buildings were shattered in the blast. Karandeep Singh, a devotee present at the spot, said some girls traveling in an autorickshaw were hit by glass shards and suffered minor injuries after the blast, he said. The girls had come from Panchkula in Haryana to pay obeisance at the Golden Temple.


Imran Khan's arrest is getting global coverage and various leaders have commented on it.
The coverage of the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Al-Qadir Trust case was also seen on the international media and many world-renowned personalities gave their reactions.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan was arrested by the Rangers on Tuesday from the Islamabad High Court premises in the Al-Qad Trust case. After the arrest of Imran Khan, protests are going on across the country and the issue is being covered in the international media.
CNN covered the protest with the headline: 'Imran Khan's supporters clash with powerful army.' 

Al Jazeera, Reuters, Bloomberg and other international news organizations are also covering this whole issue and many media organizations are running a live page.
The Guardian headlined one of its articles, 'How Imran Khan became the man who divided Pakistan.'

World famous personalities have also given their reaction on the current situation of Pakistan. Hamza Yusuf , the Scottish First Minister of Pakistani origin, tweeted, "The situation in Pakistan, which is very close to my heart, is very worrying."

Jeremy Corbyn, the former leader of the British Labor Party, described the arrest of Imran Khan as a dark day for democracy.

"We just want to make sure that whatever is happening in Pakistan is in accordance with the rule of law and the constitution," US Secretary of State Anthony Blanken said at a news conference in Washington.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sonak gave his reaction to Imran Khan's arrest during his speech in Parliament and said that the arrest of the former prime minister is an internal matter of Pakistan. We support peaceful democratic processes and respect for the rule of law and we are monitoring the situation closely.'

The European Union also issued a statement on the situation arising after the arrest of Imran Khan, in which it was said that patience and coolness are needed in such difficult and tense times.


PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi was also arrested : Pakistan

My hands and feet are clean, I have not done anything wrong: Shah Mehmood Qureshi's statement before his arrest
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Vice-Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said in a recorded video message before his arrest that he did not do anything wrong and that the attack on the Corps Commander House in Lahore was an insult to him and the party chairman. , is a complete lie.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in a message issued by PTI's official Twitter account that 'this movement is a real freedom movement and we all have contributed to it.'

Imran Khan entrusted me with the responsibility and I was fulfilling this responsibility. If I do not get respite, I want to convey the message that this struggle for true freedom must continue. This struggle should continue until the freedom of Imran Khan.

He added in his video message that his political career has been 40 years. 'My hands and feet are clean, I have not done anything wrong, I have not done anything outrageous.'

At the same time, he said regarding those affected in the violent incidents: 'I am very sorry for the injured and those who lost their lives, but a great cause requires great sacrifices.'

According to Shah Mehmood Qureshi: 'I request all officials not to lose heart, but remain calm.'

He further said that 'to say that the attack on the Corps Commander's house was on my and Imran Khan's mother, it is completely wrong and a lie.'

In the end, he told his workers to 'keep calm but keep working towards your goal.'



ISPR declaration contradicts facts: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has called the statement of the Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army (ISPR) against the facts.

In a statement issued late at night by the central media department of PTI, it was said that since its inception, Tehreek-e-Insaf and its chairman Imran Khan have targeted the supremacy of the constitution and the rule of law. Our aim is to protect the political, economic and social rights of the people of Pakistan.

It was further said that 'Tehrek-e-Insaaf has always discouraged deviance from the constitution and the law and resisted the total or partial suspension of the constitution through martial law.'

In the statement, PTI wrote: 'Unnecessary attempts to crush the country's largest party and its leadership also created bitterness among the people, which the state ignored. Tehreek-e-Insaaf and its chairman played the role of a shield to save the nation and the state from the negative effects of this bitterness.

The declaration also said: 'Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf does not believe in giving priority to individuals over institutions. Tehreek-e-Insaaf considers individuals and institutions equally bound to obey the law. Therefore, it is necessary that instead of insisting on deviating from the constitution, it should be confined within the limits of the constitution and give the constitution a decisive status by abandoning the way of depriving the people of their right to sovereignty through various tricks.'




Amidst the rise in the death toll from the protests Pakistan, Imran Khan was arrested for 8 days pending investigation : Source

A Pakistani court has agreed to detain former Prime Minister Imran Khan for 8 days pending investigations into a "corruption case". On Tuesday, a high court in Islamabad ordered the arrest of Khan, sparking violent protests across the country.

A judicial record showed, on Wednesday, that a Pakistani court agreed to detain former Prime Minister Imran Khan for 8 days pending investigation in a "corruption case", amid the high number of deaths and detainees during the ongoing protests in the country.

This comes after the Pakistani government deployed the army in the states of "Punjab" and "Khyber Pakhtunkhwa" in the north of the country against the backdrop of continued demonstrations against Khan's arrest.

The Pakistani Interior Ministry has approved the requests of the regional transitional governments to deploy army forces with the aim of maintaining law enforcement and order, according to the local "Geo News" channel.

The decision came after police on Tuesday detained dozens of opposition activists in a nightly sweep across Pakistan following widespread outrage and protests over Khan's arrest on corruption charges.

Police and paramilitary units carrying riot gear have also been deployed around the court, with all roads leading to the site closed.

On Wednesday, health officials confirmed that at least three more people were killed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, bringing the death toll to six in two days.

Police officials added that more than 1,200 protesters were arrested during the protests, which continued in many parts of the South Asian country.

On Tuesday, a high court in Islamabad ordered the arrest of Khan, 70, sparking violent protests across the country, while the Anti-Corruption Court, also in the capital, separately charged Khan on Wednesday in a case involving the illegal purchase and sale of foreign gifts.

Khan's lawyers boycotted the hearing after the hearing judge refused to delay his indictment in the trial, known as the "Toshakhana" (gift box) case. Khan pleaded not guilty during the trial.

Since his arrest on Tuesday, at least six people have been killed and dozens injured in clashes between protesters belonging to Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party and the police, according to officials.

While mobile internet and social media platforms remain banned, schools have been closed in many parts of the country.

The demonstrators also stormed the Pakistan Radio building in the northwestern city of Peshawar and looted the editing room and various other departments.

"Hundreds stormed the building and set fire to records and equipment," state broadcaster Taher Hassan told reporters.

This is the second attack on Radio Pakistan since Tuesday, according to the same source.

Khan, the country's only prime minister who was ousted by a vote of no confidence, faces a slew of cases against him, ranging from "terrorism" to "attempted murder" and "money laundering".

Most of the cases, which Khan describes as "sham", were filed after his ouster.

On April 11, Parliament elected Shehbaz Sharif, the former opposition leader, as the country's prime minister, succeeding Imran Khan.

Sharif's election came after a vote of no confidence in Khan, and the latter's party withdrew from voting on choosing a new prime minister.


Manipur (India) : Firing on army personnel in East Imphal, life returning on track in other places

A Defense Ministry official said that people who had taken shelter in temporary camps have also started returning to their respective homes. At least 60 people were killed and over 30,000 were rendered homeless in violence in Manipur last week.

Imphal:  Unidentified militants opened fire in Manipur's Imphal East district on Wednesday, injuring an Assam Rifles jawan even as life returned to normal at several places in the violence-hit state. Officials gave this information on Wednesday. Curfew was relaxed for six hours from 5 am on Wednesday in 11 affected districts, including Imphal West, Bishnupur, Churachandpur and Jiribam, he said. On Tuesday, curfew was relaxed for four hours in these districts.

A Defense Ministry official said that people who had taken shelter in temporary camps have also started returning to their respective homes. At least 60 people were killed and over 30,000 were rendered homeless in last week's violence in Manipur. Manipur Information and Public Relations Minister Sapam Ranjan Singh said that of the 30,000 displaced people, 26,000 have been shifted to safer places from the violence-hit districts, while 4,000 have taken shelter in relief camps set up near their homes.

According to officials, a total of 128 'columns' or around 10,000 soldiers of the Indian Army and Assam Rifles continued flag marches in the affected areas on Wednesday as well and carried out round-the-clock aerial surveillance with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Army's Spear Corps said that at 11 am in Dolaithabi area of ​​East Imphal district, unidentified terrorists opened fire on troops in the area.

Army's Spear Corps tweeted, "The miscreants fled after firing a few rounds. A soldier of Assam Rifles was injured in the firing. Presently the injured jawan is undergoing treatment. Several extremist organizations are suspected to be involved in the caste violence in Manipur over the demand of Scheduled Tribe status by the majority Meitei community.

The Public Relations Officer of the Department of Defense issued a statement saying, “The Indian Army, along with the Assam Rifles, has significantly reshaped the security infrastructure and mobilized a number of resources, especially in the backdrop of the prevailing security situation in Manipur. Due to which the situation seems to be normal now and people are now returning to their homes. The work of reuniting the stranded people with their loved ones has also started.

The statement said, “The Indian Army is leaving no stone unturned to conduct surveillance not only in the hinterland but also in the areas along the India-Myanmar border. Round-the-clock surveillance through unmanned aircraft, deployment of Mi 17 and Cheetah helicopters of the Indian Air Force and Army and foot patrolling and flag marches are being taken to restore confidence among the local people on the ground.”

In the statement, the army has also urged people not to fall prey to "malicious attempts to disturb social harmony through misinterpretation or misrepresentation of facts" as "anti-elements are once again trying to disseminate malicious unverified material". Can.

The Army has said, “As peace and harmony among communities in Manipur seem to be gradually restored, inimical elements may once again attempt to spread malicious unverified content. Indian Army and Assam Rifles are determined to restore complete normalcy at the earliest. We request all not to let any malicious attempt to disturb harmony in the region through misinterpretation or misrepresentation of facts succeed.”

Meanwhile, the Assam Rifles said that the force has evacuated 1,229 people from Nagaland who were stranded in Manipur. These include 47 Konyak tribal women from Yaripok in Thoubal district, who used to work in a factory there. Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) Major General Vikas Lakhera said in Kohima that most of the stranded people of Nagaland have been rescued.




Another blast in Amritsar, 2 people detained, 3 blasts so far near Golden Temple : Punjab

Another blast has taken place in Amritsar, Punjab. The blast took place in the corridor near the Golden Temple Gurdwara. There is no news of loss of life or property so far. Punjab Police is engaged in investigation.

Amritsar(India) : On Thursday, another explosion took place near the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab, due to which people are in panic. This is the third blast near the Golden Temple one after the other. There is no news of anyone being killed or injured in this latest blast. However, the sound of this explosion, which took place at around 1 pm on Wednesday night, was heard far and wide and people came out of their houses. This place of blast was completely different from the place of first blast. This blast happened at a long distance from the first incident.

Quoting sources, news is coming that two men and a woman were staying in room number 225 of Shri Gururam Das Sarai, they are being questioned regarding the blast. Please tell that no one has taken responsibility for the blasts being investigated by the Punjab Police and NIA. The forensic reports of the samples taken by NIA and Punjab Police are awaited. Initial investigation of the earlier blasts said that the blasts were of low intensity and there was no trigger.

It is being told that this latest blast took place near the Golden Temple, near Sri Guru Ramdas Sarai, located on the corridor side. On getting the information of the incident, the police officers reached the spot and started the investigation. The forensic team of Punjab Police has also started investigating the blast. However, the cause of the blast is yet to be ascertained. The police is also trying to connect the links of all the three blasts. 

Amritsar Police Commissioner Naunihal Singh, who reached the spot, said, "We got information around 12:15 a.m. that a huge explosion-like sound was heard, possibly another explosion. We are not yet confirming that." It was a blast, it is being probed. People are being verified." On 8 May, one person was injured in a blast at Heritage Street near the Golden Temple, the same place where there was a blast on 6 May.

One person was injured in the first explosion in Amritsar
A person was slightly injured in the explosion on 'Heritage Street' near the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab, and window panes of some buildings were shattered. The sound of the explosion was heard within a kilometer radius of the Golden Temple. Police said that one person was injured in the incident. He said that the window panes of some buildings were shattered in the blast. Karandeep Singh, a devotee present at the spot, said some girls traveling in an autorickshaw were hit by glass shards and suffered minor injuries after the blast, he said. The girls had come from Panchkula in Haryana to pay obeisance at the Golden Temple.
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