Gurdaspur Superintendent of Police (Detective) Baljit Singh has succumbed to injuries sustained in the terrorist attack.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh will be making a statement in the Parliament tomorrow.
Spoke to DG BSF Shri DK Pathak and instructed him to step up the vigil on India-Pakistan border in the wake of attack in GurudaspurAdvertisement
— Rajnath Singh (@BJPRajnathSingh) July 27, 2015
Special forces of the army and NSG as well as police commandos are fighting terrorists around the Dinanagar police station. The seize has now lasted over 10 hours.
This is the first major terror attack in Punjab following the assassination of then chief minister Beant Singh on August 31, 1995.
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has termed terrorist attacks as a national problem.
High alert in Vadodara (Gujarat), security personnel check railway station. pic.twitter.com/DgmrDZwp8WAdvertisement
— ANI (@ANI_news) July 27, 2015