In Chandigarh, police were informed after gunshot shells were discovered on the bus of the Sri Lankan team

After two bullet shells were discovered in the bus transporting the visiting Sri Lankan cricket team, policymakers in Chandigarh were on high alert. The recovery was made while the police were conducting a regular check. The two shells were found in the luggage compartment of a private bus that was intended to transport Sri Lankan players from their team hotel, The Lalit, in Chandigarh to the IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali.

 

On Saturday, cops found the discovery while performing a metal detector search. When the private bus was parked in the hotel’s compound, it was completed. The hotel is under the jurisdiction of the IT Park Police Station, and while no FIR has been filed at this time, the police have filed a daily diary register (DDR) report. According to an initial investigation, the private bus in question was booked from Tara Brothers, which operates out of Chandigarh’s sector 17.

 

The bus was also recently booked for a wedding function, according to police sources. It should be emphasized that, notwithstanding the ban, celebratory gunfire is a typical event in weddings in northern India. The cops, on the other hand, were tight-lipped about the recovery. IT Park Police Station’s SHO has declined to remark or appear in front of the camera. The bus driver and the bus’s owners are currently being questioned by the authorities. The wedding details for which the vehicle was used are still unknown. More details on the incident should become available once the investigation is completed.