2 injured in a mysterious blast in a bus parked in J&K’s Udhampur

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According to reports, a mystery explosion occurred inside an empty bus that was parked at a gas station at Domail Chowk in the Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir late on Wednesday night, injuring up to two individuals. The explosion also caused damage to further parked cars in the area. The hurt people were taken to the Udhampur District Hospital.

According to reports, the bus was empty when the explosion occurred and was parked close to a gas station. The bus’s roof sustained damage due to the blast’s severity, and the window panes of numerous neighbouring automobiles also sustained damage.

Within a short period of time, there have been two explosions reported in the city of Udhampur. The second incident happened on Thursday about 5:40 am. The second explosion did not result in any injuries, although the reports reported that the car was severely damaged.

”Within a short period of time, there have been two explosions reported in the city of Udhampur. The second incident happened on Thursday about 5:40 am. The second explosion did not result in any injuries, although the reports reported that the car was severely damaged.” remarked DIG Udhampur-Reasi Range Suleman Choudhary.

A team from the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has reportedly been despatched to examine the explosions in Udhampur, according to reports. The NIA team will arrive at the location together with forensic specialists. The Army Bomb Disposal Squad is conducting an inquiry in the interim. The dog squad has also arrived at the explosion site.

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