Monday, July 11, 2011

100 people were injured in an explosion in a passenger train east India

One hundred people were injured in a bomb explosion on a passenger train through the state of Assam in northeastern India, causing four cars out on the rails, just hours after the incident, a train derailed, Uttar Pradesh, leaving 63 people injured and 240 on Sunday.

The Prime Minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi on Monday, the highest security alert in all parts of the state after the blast, which sent the finger to the Maoist rebels who are active in this region.

Tarun Gogoi has condemned these attacks, which he described as "barbaric" to target the lives of innocent people by blowing up trains and other things like that target civilians. The Assam police sources, said 20 people were among those persons injured per cent in the case of very serious, noting that many people are still trapped inside the wrecked vehicles, as rescue teams made extensive efforts by cutting saws electric vehicles.

According to the police that the bomb which was placed on the road in front of a train "Express Jhuajjarbara" near the province, "Nalbari district", about 70 kilometers from the city of Guwahati, it made a loud bang when it exploded as soon as the train passed over the rails, which led to the ouster of four carriages derailed and disable the movement of trains in both directions, indicating that it was lifting wires and other materials used in the implementation of the bombing of the scene as evidence of the investigations conducted into the incident

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