Fire in ammunition shed near Sialkot Garrison was caused by a short-circuit on Sunday: ISPR
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a statement briefed about the nature of the incident.
The ISPR said that the inferno did not lead to any loss of life or property.
The fire was extinguished and damages were contained through timely and effective response, the military’s media wing added.
As soon as the incident was reported, social media accounts operated by Indian nationals reportedly started to propagate fake news.
Again Raaa ki shajish…— guest dooft1 (@AmitTri05673575) March 20, 2022
Ammunition depot of Pakistan Army, #Sialkot hit by freedom fighters of #Balochistan . Huge fire and ongoing blasts…#BalochNationalArmy #BalochistanIsNotPakistan pic.twitter.com/G9A6slxppQ
Reportedly Ammunition depot of Pakistan Army, Sialkot hit by "unidentified object". Huge fire and ongoing blasts…— MUBreaking (@MUBreaking) March 20, 2022
Massive explosion occurred at Pakistan Army Depot in Bhalan Wala, #Sialkot.
No Official Reason given. Ammo Depot is close to Jammu pic.twitter.com/4dgktLNIvb
"A day without humiliation is a day wasted" – Pakistan— Sangpu Changsan (@_sangpuchangsan) March 20, 2022
Massive explosion heard in Sialkot Cannt area. Yeh Holi ke season me Diwali kon celebrate kar rha hai? 😆#Sialkot #Pakistan #massive #explosion #ViralVideo pic.twitter.com/zOiPuZJW1c