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The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has taken action in response to delays and challenges faced in post-blast investigations across various states. These delays have hampered the work of the National Security Guard (NSG) and compromised the quality of investigations into blasts with national significance.

This communication, recently sent to all states, emphasizes the importance of immediate action and prompt reporting to central authorities. Previously, some states have been slow to inform the Centre, leading to delays in NSG intervention and the potential loss of crucial forensic evidence.

The MHA has also underscored the need for strict adherence to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Post-Blast Investigation (PBI) of Bombs and IED Blasts. This SOP mandates immediate communication of blast information to both the NSG and the MHA Control Room, facilitating timely investigation by the NSG National Bomb Data Centre (NBDC).

These measures aim to streamline the post-blast investigation process, ensuring that critical evidence is collected and analyzed promptly, ultimately leading to more effective investigations and improved national security.