Jabalpur Ordnance Factory 22 years old stock of bombs explodes

JABALPUR ORDNANCE FACTORY 22 YEARS OLD STOCK OF BOMBS EXPLODES

Jabalpur Ordnance Factory 22 years old stock of bombs explodes

The reason behind the explosion and fire on Saturday evening in the Ordnance Factory located in Khamaria, Jabalpur, has been 22 years old bombs that ripped off. The arm forces rejected these bombs earlier due to poor quality. There is a possibility that team of experts from Pune will attend the event on Monday to inspect the incident occurred.

The bombardment was spread after the bomb exploded within a radius of 20 to 50 meters around the damaged building of Ordnance Factory. Among them are some bombs that were not burst. There is also a possibility of an explosion of these unexploded bombs and so the spot was completely sealed at night only.




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