Punjab: 36 bombs found in a village in Ludhiana
The bombs were placed in different areas but police managed to reach on time. (Representative image) Photograph: (AFP)
A total of 36 bombs were found in Ludhiana's Harnampura village on Tuesday.
The army was also intimated of the incident.
Sub-Inspector Dalbir Singh said that the bombs were planted at different places but the police managed to reach on time.
"When we were standing at the spot of the first bomb, a man told us that there are other bombs planted at other place. We reached the other spot immediately and informed our senior officers. 36 bombs were found," Singh told the media here.
The police official said that bombs were planted at different places but the police managed to reach the spot on time. (ANI)