A minor blast was reported from Delhi's Rohini court today morning at about 10:40 am..The incident occurred inside chamber no. 102 leaving one person injured. Court proceedings were halted after the incident.While the actual cause of the explosion is yet to be ascertained, initial reports have claimed it to be a laptop or tiffin box blast.An official of the Delhi Police who spoke to Bar & Bench, said that forensic experts along with the Bomb Squad had reached the site."We are trying to ascertain the cause of the blast which will be known after a preliminary investigation. As of now, the Bomb Squad has reached the site along with the forensic experts team," the official confirmed..The General Secretary of the North Delhi Lawyer's Association, advocate Vineet Jindal, issued a press statement stating the following:"Security lapse in district courts is a great concern for litigants and advocates. Delhi High Court is also taking note upon the security lapse and has issued directions to the Delhi police, but the security issue is still the same. Delhi's District Courts must have a delegated security unit with updated gadgets, then only we can ensure the security of Delhi's district courts. Judge advocates and litigants who visit Courts to get justice must have a secure environment in the Court. Nowadays, litigants, advocates and even judges are scared due to the recent incident in district courts in Delhi."In September this year, a shootout had happened inside the Rohini Court, which had left three people including gangster Jitender Gogi, dead..Member Executive of the Rohini Court Bar Association, advocate Babita Ahlawat further confirmed the presence of an improvised explosive device (IED), placed inside a tiffin-like object at the site and lamented the lackadaisical approach of the Delhi Police vis-a-vis security at the Rohini Court."It was a bomb placed inside a tiffin box. There was a security lapse on behalf of the Delhi Police. Two months back also there was firing and again the incident happened in Court today. This shows Delhi Police's negligent attitude," she said.