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1 Hurt in Crude Bomb Blast at Kolkata’s Dum Dum, 10 Bombs Found

Police reportedly recovered ten crude bombs from the site of the blast on the Dum Dum’s cantonment railway line.

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Police reportedly recovered ten crude bombs from the site of the blast on the Dum Dum’s cantonment railway line.
The West Bengal police reportedly recovered ten crude bombs from the spot of the explosion.
(Photo: ANI)

One person was critically injured after a crude bomb exploded at Dum Dum’s cantonment railway line in Kolkata on Sunday, 8 April. As reported by ANI, the West Bengal police reportedly recovered ten crude bombs from the spot of the explosion.

A team comprising the Beliaghata police and Kolkata police bomb disposal squad was formed to recover the dead shell. Financial Express reports that the dead shell was recovered from an under-construction tunnel of the East-West Metro project, located near the Kadapara area.

(This is developing copy and will be updated with details)

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