Bengal crude bomb explosion toll rises to five

Kolkata, May 2 (IANS) The toll in a crude bomb explosion in West Bengal’s Malda district rose to five on Monday, with a bomb disposal squad personnel succumbing to his injuries, police said.

The explosion occurred on Sunday night inside a house where crude bombs were allegedly made and stored in Baishnabnagar area of the district.

While four people were killed on Sunday night, three members of a bomb disposal squad (BDS) were wounded while trying to dispose of the remaining bombs.

The three injured personnel were rushed to the Malda Medical College and Hospital.

“One of three BDS members has succumbed to his injuries while the condition of another is critical. The toll in the incident now is five,” Superintendent of Police S.W. Raza said.

2 Comments

  1. ha haa ha haaaa….

    Indian reporters are getting more and more creative in hiding truth from unsuspecting readers. This report carefully avoids how those 4 victims were part of bomb making group!! Even more carefully, this report hides the identity/names of those who were making bombs!!! What a sad state of journalism.

    Indian journalism RIP

  2. “Indian reporters are getting more and more creative in hiding truth from unsuspecting readers.” – namma Rampe

    And it takes an Indian who did ‘padhimooji’ to Yumreeka (the very same Rampa who is ONLY interested in the names of some morons arrested for smuggling at MIA) to know what is the truth? Wow! EXCEPT for Rampa, all other Indians are morons, eh?

    On another important note, knowing your penchant for wolfing down chicken wings by the dozen and that too for a bargain, of course, do you want to buy some cheap chickens… I mean – REAL cheap, ya Rampa? Here, take a look and strike a deal:

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=N7lG-eeljUg

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