After the incident, the security forces sealed the area within minutes. Sources said a high-level meeting of senior police officers and officers of the Indian Air Force is underway at the Air Force base. Jammu airport is a civil airport.
Jammu. Two explosions took place in a span of five minutes late Saturday night in the highly-secured technical area of the Jammu airport. Officials gave this information. Officials said the blast took place at around 2.15 pm. The first explosion caused the roof of a building in the airport’s technical area to collapse. The Air Force takes over the maintenance of this location and the second explosion took place on the ground. There was no immediate information about any casualties.
Two low-intensity blasts were reported in the technical area of Jammu Air Force Station on Sunday morning. One explosion caused minor damage to the roof of the building while the other exploded in an open area. There was no damage to any equipment. Investigation underway: Indian Air Force https://t.co/uaxrO0x8MG pic.twitter.com/E7OaLBHeYr
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A defense spokesperson said, “There has been news of an explosion at an Air Force base in Jammu. There were no casualties and no equipment was damaged. The investigation is underway and the details are awaited.” After the incident, the security forces sealed the area within minutes. Sources said a high-level meeting of senior police officers and officers of the Indian Air Force is underway at the Air Force base. Jammu airport is a civil airport.
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