The incident, which occurred in the village of Judkan under the Hussainganj police station, was the fourth such incident in Bihar in the past month. There had been explosions in the districts of Banka, Araria and Darbhanga earlier
Two people, including an infant, were seriously injured after a raw bomb exploded in Siwan district (Bihar) on Sunday, police said.
The incident, which occurred in the village of Judkan under Hussainganj police station around 11 a.m., was the fourth such incident in Bihar in the past month. There had been explosions in the districts of Banka, Araria and Darbhanga earlier.
The injured were identified as Vinod Manjhi, 28, and his son Satyam Manjhi, 2.
Both were taken to Sadar Hospital in Siwan, from where doctors, after primary treatment, referred them to Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) as their condition was considered serious.
âI went with my son to buy a packet of cookies at the nearby market. On my way home, another villager named Sagir Singh gave me a cotton bag and asked to carry it home. After some distance, it exploded, âVinod said. Manjhi, who suffered shrapnel wounds to his chest, stomach and right hand. Her son was injured in the stomach and both hands.
“We have registered an FIR against Sagir Singh under the relevant sections of the IPC on attempted murder and the explosives law,” Siwan Police Superintendent Dr Abhinav Kumar said.
“We collected the samples from the crime scene and sent them to the forensic laboratory for testing. The exact nature of the bomb will be determined after the report,” he added.
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