Chief Justice of India NV Ramana has expressed "deep shock" at the explosion which rocked a court complex in Ludhiana, Punjab today, leaving at least two people dead and four others injured..CJI Ramana expressed grave concern "at the lack of adequate security in court complexes," and hoped that the "law enforcing agencies will pay necessary attention to ensure protection for the court complexes and all the stake holders."The CJI was in Hyderabad to present the Dr. Ramineni Foundation Awards for the years 2020 & 2021.."Such incidents occurring in quick succession across the country is a worrisome trend, he observed," the CJI said. .After the incident, CJI called Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court Ravi Shankar Jha, and enquired about the development. .He offered condolences to the bereaved members of the family of the deceased, and wished a speedy recovery for those injured..According to reports, the blast occurred when the courts inside the complex were in session. The blast has come at a time when the safety and security of district court complexes and judges of the subordinate courts are being subject to intense debate..Earlier this month, a blast had occurred in Delhi's Rohini court injuring one person. A scientist with the Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) was arrested for the same, with the police claiming that a personal rivalry between the accused and a lawyer, who was embroiled in court battles with the accused, was the motive behind planting the explosive..Before that, a Rohini court was witness to a shootout that left three people including gangster Jitender Gogi dead.The Delhi High Court is hearing a petition seeking enhanced security in district courts.The Supreme Court is also hearing a suo motu case concerning safety of judges, which it had initiated after the death of Jharkhand judge Uttam Anand, who was mowed down by a vehicle when he was out on a morning walk.