The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday registered an FIR under provisions of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act in connection with two explosions at an airport run by the Indian Air Force in Jammu, reported news agency ANI.
Meanwhile, a team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrived at the Air Force Station in Jammu, where two blasts took place earlier in the day.
Two explosives-laden drones crashed into the high-security Indian Air Force station at Jammu airport in the early hours of Sunday.
Two IAF personnel were injured in the explosions that took place around 1.40 am within six minutes of each other. The first blast ripped off the roof of a single-storey building at the technical area of the airport manned by the IAF in Satwari area of the city. The second one was on the ground, officials told PTI.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's office said he spoke to Vice Air Chief, Air Marshal H S Arora, over the incident.
In a Twitter post, the IAF said two "low-intensity explosions" were reported early Sunday morning in the technical area of Jammu air force station.
"One caused minor damage to the roof of a building while the other exploded in an open area. There was no damage to any equipment. Investigation is in progress along with civil agencies," it said.
"Air Marshal Vikram Singh is reaching Jammu to take stock of the situation," it tweeted.
Officials added that Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, who is on a three-day visit to Bangladesh, has been apprised about the incident.
Earlier in the morning, a defence spokesperson said, "There were reports of an explosion inside Air Force Station Jammu. There is no injury to any personnel or any damage to any equipment. Investigation is on and further details are awaited".
A high-level meeting was underway at the Air Force station with senior police and Indian Air Force officials in attendance, sources said.
Various probe teams including that of the IAF and National Investigation Agency reached the Air Force station. Jammu airport is a civil airport with the runway and the ATC (air traffic control) under the IAF.
Jammu Airport director Pravat Ranjan Beuria told PTI that there was no disruption in flight operations due to the explosions. "Flights to and from Jammu airport are operating as per schedule," he said.
(With inputs from PTI)