BJP blames Central Government for Ajmer blastNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:09 am ICT by admin
Meanwhile, security has been tightened in Siliguri following the Ajmer attack.
The Railway Protection Force (RPF) has deployed bomb detection squads at all entry and exit points of the main railway station.
Officials said they also planned to introduce explosive vapour detectors.
“We will be using these instruments in preventing terrorist activities in North Bengal, especially in the railways. We have alerted all government railway police personnel,” said Mahender Singh Poonia, Superintendent of Police, Railways.
Thursday’s bomb explosion inside the famous Ajmer Sharif shrine claimed two lives and injured 17 others.
The blast occurred at around 6.15 p.m. just before the end of the Ramadan fasting month. (ANI)
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