7 Killed In Crude Bomb Explosions AT WB’s Labhpur


Labhpur: Seven people killed in crude bomb explosions during clashes over the control of sand mining in Labhupur area in Birbhum district of West Bengal on Friday, April 21. Several people were also injured during the clashes.

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Police told local news channels that the explosions happened at the time of making the crude bombs. Tension prevailed in the vicinity following the incident.

Bengali news channels reported that students and teachers at a nearby school ran for cover after the bombs exploded.

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