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NCPCR issues fresh letter to West Bengal Chief Secretary over Malda bomb blast that killed 5 kids

In a fresh letter to the Chief Secretary of Government of West Bengal, the NationaL NCPCR on Friday asked inquiry report into the incident of the bomb blast, killing 5 childern. 

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New Delhi: In a fresh letter to the chief secretary of Government of West Bengal, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) on Friday asked inquiry report into the incident of the bomb blast, killing 5 childern.

The blast occurred in West Bengal’s Gopalnagar village in the Malda district on April 24. It is reported that when the crude bombs go off children were playing football. The bombs were hidden in a pit near the place.

Meanwhile, five children were also got injured and three kids were rushed to the Malda Medical College and Hospital for treatment. Two other children were admitted to Bengal’s Kaliachak health centre.

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In the latest letter, the commission also mentioned that the state chief Secretary did not reply to its previous letter.

Warning the chief secretary said, ”If you fail to comply with this order without lawful excuse, you will be subjected to the consequences of the non-attendance as provided in Rule 10 and Rule 12 of Order XVI of the Code of Civil Procedure.”

Notably, the NCPCR wrote the first letter a day after the incident on April 25. It had asked to submit an investigative report within 10 days.

 

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