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Three back to back bomb blast took place at Mumbai near the Zaveri Bazaar and it lasted only up to 11 minutes however about 21 members were killed and 141 injured and only serious cases counts more. On Wednesday about 6.45 pm to 7.05 pm this incident took place. The Bazaar was the most crowded place in Mumbai and so no one would stop the people death.

Explosive that was used was more powerful, IED (improvised explosive device) in the whole south Mumbai. The second blast took place at Kabutarkhana near Dadar suburban which is near and close to Mumbai central station and the final bomb blast that is the third blast at opera house which also comes under south Mumbai.

Prithviraj Chavan, Maharashtra chief minster confirmed the count of people died and he said that the bomb blast is one among the terrorist attack and ensured that the police department will produce a root way report (detailed report). The time of the blast was revealed and found to be 6.45 pm, 6.55 pm and 7.05 pm respectively. He said to maintain patience among people.

He also added that after speaking with P. Chidambaram and Manmohan Singh they have assured that all sort of help will be extended to Mumbai at any time. The eyewitnesses that the car which passed by would may had bomb and when it passed the bus stop of Kabutarkhana was chattered and the driver also was injured. The glasses pieces from shops were scattered all over for the intensity.

In the bazaar the bomb was placed in an umbrella and in opera house it was in the manhole. Arup Patnaik, Mumbai police commissioner confirmed the type of explosive at bazaar however the other two kinds is still at investigation. The shop keepers, people walking, riding cycle, driving everybody were injured and the eyewitness said that in spite of the kind of explosive, it was too loud.

Mumbai bomb blast eats up many lives
Originally published on: All India Today

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