Amritsar-blast: CM announces Rs. 50L reward for information on suspects
Information can be provided on the Punjab Police helpline - 181, officials said, adding the identity of the informer will be kept a secret.
The chief minister will visit Amritsar today, said officials.
Police treating the grenade blast as a terrorist act
A team of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) visited the blast site yesterday night along with their investigators and explosive experts.
Three persons, including a preacher, were killed and over 20 injured when two-motorcycle borne men threw a grenade on a religious congregation on the city outskirts in Chandigarh yesterday, an incident which the police are treating as a terrorist act.
The blast took place inside Nirankari Bhavan near Indo-Pak border
The incident took place inside the Nirankari Bhavan's prayer hall at Adliwal village near Amritsar's Rajasansi, said the police.
A religious congregation of the Nirankari followers was being conducted inside the Bhavan at the time of the incident.
The Sant Nirankari Mission is a spiritual organization and the Bhavan in Chandigarh lies close to the international airport and the Indo-Pak border.
National Investigation Agency