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Bihar Police accept that a blast took place in Nalanda, one Mohammad Adil arrested

“Bihar Police accept that a blast took place in Nalanda, one Mohammad Adil arrested”, Op India, April 23, 2023:

“On Saturday, April 22, a blast was reported in the Nalanda district of Bihar and police arrived at the spot to launch an investigation. It has now been reported that among the two people who were injured in the blast, one Mohammad Adil has been arrested by the police.

Mohammad Adil alias Khanna is currently receiving medical attention while in police custody. The second person who suffered injuries in this explosion has been identified as Mohammad Jaan.

The police have confirmed the occurrence of a blast in the Pahadpura area of Bihar Sharif and described it as a low-intensity explosion. Local witnesses say that they first heard the sound of an explosion and then saw smoke arising….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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