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  • Anurag Goswami

A low-intensity blast took place in the civil-court of Patna on July 1

A frantic situation was formed during the afternoon hours of July 1, when a low-intensity explosion took place inside the civil court in Patna, Bihar. The blast took place at around 1:30 pm when the civil court was hearing a case pertaining to the seizure of a bomb from a hostel. The intensity of the blast was low but the situation raised a wave of panic among the people present in the court room.

Local police personnel and bomb squad authorities soon rushed to the spot to control the chaotic situation. They faced difficulties to control the situation as the people inside the court campus were panic-stricken and were rushing out of the campus.

According to the reports, the Kadamkuan police had approached the court after the bomb was recovered from a hostel in their area and it was a usual police procedure to bring evidence and material related to a case to the court for verification and cross-questioning when a trial is on. As the arguments in the case was going on, the crude bomb suddenly detonated on the prosecutor’s table injuring 1 police constable. The injured was later rushed to the nearby hospital for medical attention. No major loss of life or property has been reported in this incident.

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