A 7-Year-Old Boy killed in Bihar by Suspected Tiffin Bomb Kills.
A boy aged seven years old was killed in a string of blasts in Bihar’s Bhagalpur region over just a week. The explosions have caused tensions within the community-sensitive region. However, nobody has been arrested to date.
The blast occurred close to Maqdoom Shah Dargah. The kids enjoyed playing on the Dargah Ghat on the Champa river.
After spotting the new tiffin box near the garbage disposal, Seven-year-old Amrit Das took it home. When it was lifted, the box burst into flames.
According to the news agency Press Trust of India, the boy was taken to a hospital, where he died from injuries, in a report by Nathnagar Inspector Mohd Sajjad Hussain.
The inspector stated that the bomb disposal team was brought in to examine any other abandoned tiffin containers. Locals have claimed that two live bombs from tiffin boxes were found on the location.
On the 11th of December, a rag-picker suffered serious injuries after picking up a box lying close to the rail tracks, as reported by the news agency Press Trust of India.
He was also quoting the Railway Director of the Deputy Department Police, Vinay Ram. After hearing the explosion, railway police arrived at the scene.
They took the badly injured man to the hospital, where he passed away during treatment.
“The issue is being examined from every angle. Forensic experts have been involved. In addition, the dog team as well as the bomb disposal squad examined the location where the blast took place,” PTI quoted him as declaring.
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