West Bengal: 1 killed, 2 injured in bomb blast at Malda

Earlier on March 7, more than 100 crude bombs were recovered from a house in Malda, West Bengal.

At least one has been killed and two were injured in a bomb blast in late hours of March 7 in Malda’s Paharpur village near NH 81, West Bengal. The investigation is underway by the police. More than 100 crude bombs were also recovered by the cops from a house in Malda’s.

However, the police have not denied the possibility of a terror attack.

According to ANI tweet, “One killed and two were injured in a mysterious bomb blast last night in Malda’s Paharpur village near NH 81 and an investigation is underway.”

The security has been beefed up in the country since a bomb blast took place in the Bhopal-Ujjain passenger train near Jabdi station in Madhya Pradesh earlier on March 7. 10 people were injured in a bomb blast. 3 compartments of the trains were derailed after the blast. The blast was carried out by ISIS terror group.

More details are awaited.

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