West Bengal: Another big explosive haul in Murshidabad district, four held

The explosive materials were potassium nitrate and sulphur and police were inquiring if these were meant for making bombs.

By: PTI | Baharampur | Published:November 8, 2016 7:36 pm
west bengal, west bengal bomb blast, bomb explosion west bengal, murshidabad bomb explosion, west bengal  police, west bengal bomb squad, four arrested bomb explosion, indian express, latest news On November 6, three Nepali citizens, including a woman, were arrested in Siliguri with a large consignment of explosives. (File)

Around two quintals of explosive materials were seized in series of raids at Raghunathganj in Murshidabad district. Four persons were arrested during the raids in different pockets of Raghunathganj police station area since last night, a senior police officer said. SP Mukhesh said 94 kg of explosives were found first from Darbeshpara locality in the district during a raid yesterday. After arresting two persons during the raid at Darbeshpara, police got to know about a huge quantity explosive materials stored in a godown in Suti village under Raghunathganj police station limits, the SP said.

One quintal of explosives was seized during the second raid in Suti early Tuesday and another two persons were rounded up, the officer said. The explosive materials were potassium nitrate and sulphur and police were inquiring if these were meant for making bombs.

On November 6, three Nepali citizens, including a woman, were arrested in Siliguri with a large consignment of explosives, includng 609 gelatin sticks, 200 detonators and 230 cartridge shellls.

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    Ram Pathak
    Nov 8, 2016 at 2:43 pm
    This will continue to happen under protection of a section of politicians till vote politics of psuedo secularists will continue in this country. And tip off for it must have come from central agencies and definitely from local police.Therefor no surprise in Mamta regime.
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    1. R
      Ram Pathak
      Nov 8, 2016 at 2:43 pm
      This will continue to happen under protection of a section of politicians till vote politics of psuedo secularists will continue in this country. And tip off for it must have come from central agencies and definitely from local police.Therefor no surprise in Mamta regime.
      Reply
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        Ram Pathak
        Nov 8, 2016 at 3:11 pm
        This will continue to happen under protection of a section of politicians till vote politics of psuedo secularists will continue in this country. And tip off for it must have come from central agencies and definitely not from local police.Therefor no surprise in Mamta regime.
        Reply