JAMMU: RDX traces found near PM Modi's rally where blast took place

Srinagar: Rdx marks have been found at the blast site near pm Narendra Modi's meeting place in Jammu. According to the report, traces of RDX and nitrate compound were found in the blast near the venue of PM Modi's rally in Jammu on Sunday. The CFSL team is awaiting a detailed report.

The blast took place in a field in Laliana village of Jammu, which is 12 km away from the venue of PM Modi's rally in Jammu and Kashmir. Police initially said the attack did not appear to be terror-related. This is being explored in connection with it. We suspect it could be a meteorite or electricity. Let us know that PM Narendra Modi had visited the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. 

Here PM Modi had also addressed Gram Sabhas across the country from Palli Panchayat in the Samba district of Jammu on the occasion of National Panchayati Raj Day. Pm Modi had on Sunday launched and also laid the foundation stone of development projects worth over Rs 20,000 crore in Jammu and Kashmir. Prominent among them are the Banihal-Qazigund road tunnel, the Delhi-Amritsar-Katra expressway and the Ratle and Kwar hydroelectric projects.

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