Jammu: Two explosions, within a gap of five minutes, rocked the high-security technical area of Jammu airport early on Sunday. A bomb disposal squad, a forensic team and police teams were rushed to the blast site. The first blast, which took place around 1.45 am, ripped off the roof of a building at the technical area of the airport manned by the Air Force. The second one was on the ground.Also Read - Breaking News Updates: One Killed, 4 Injured in Blast at Quarry in Kerala's Thrissur District

There were no reports of any casualties. One of the blasts caused minor damage to the roof of a building while the other exploded in an open area.

“There is no injury to any personnel or any damage to any equipment. Investigation is on and further details are awaited,” a defence spokesperson said.

Jammu airport is a civil airport with the runway and the ATC under the IAF.

The Indian Air Force is probing whether the two low-intensity explosions at its base in Jammu were part of a terror attack, people familiar with the defence and security establishment said.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s office said he spoke to Vice Air Chief, Air Marshal HS Arora over the explosions.

Investigators are also examining the possible use of drones to drop the explosives at the airport that has various assets of the IAF, they said.

The people cited above said all angles including the possible involvement of terror networks in the explosions are being probed.

“Raksha Mantri Shri @rajnathsingh spoke to Vice Air Chief, Air Marshal HS Arora regarding today’s incident at Air Force Station in Jammu. Air Marshal Vikram Singh is reaching Jammu to take stock of the situation,” it tweeted.

The people cited above said Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria has been apprised about the explosions. The IAF chief is on a three-day visit to Bangladesh from Saturday.