Bombs were found on a railway track in Haryana's Kurukshetra district on Wednesday, but were safely removed by a bomb disposal squad. 

The explosives were found on railway tracks near the Shahabad Markanda Railway Station by a railway keyman at about 10.30 am on Wednesday. 

While The Indian Express reported that only one bomb was found on the railway track, Hindustan Times said that as many as seven bombs were found, which were 51-mm mortar shells. 

Several major trains that go through the route, including the Delhi-Kalka Shatabdi Express, were halted, affecting the Ambala -Delhi traffic, according to reports. 

Kurukshetra SP Simardeep Singh said that authorities sanitised the area and traffic resumed after about an hour, according to Hindustan Times.

It is not clear which persons or groups were involved in placing the bombs on the railway tracks. 

ANI news agency has reported that explosives used in rocket launchers were found in Kurukshetra in Haryana. However, it is not clear if the images are from a different area in Kurukshetra.