Following a low-intensity blast on Thursday morning, security has been beefed up inside the premises of the Rohini Court in Delhi.
The National Security Guard (NSG) has also arrived at the court to conduct an examination and inspection of the area.
The explosion in Chamber No. 102 of the Court resulted in minor injuries to at least one person. In and around the district court area, there was a strong police presence. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Rohini) Pranav Tayal rushed to the scene shortly after the blast to assess the situation. A forensic team was also on hand to investigate the cause of the explosion and collect important evidence from the scene.
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Although the cause of the explosion has yet to be determined, several reports have suggested that it occurred in a laptop battery. The litigants who were present in the courtroom were asked to leave.
The litigants who were present in the courtroom were asked to leave. Security lapses in district courts, according to Jindal, are a major source of concern for litigants and advocates. “Judges, advocates, and litigants who come to the court to seek justice need a safe environment,” he said.