A member of the FSL team said, “Samples are being sent to forensic lab for further analysis. As per preliminary probe, samples have an odour of gunpowder. Final tests will reveal the actual results,” ANI quoted.
According to a report in the Hindustan Times, the explosion originated on the ground floor and cracked the madrasa’s walls and roof, and shattered several glass windows in the neighbourhood.
A bomb squad, a dog squad and anti-terrorism squads (ATS) also visited the spot. The police also reportedly said that they have not eliminated any theory, including suggestions that it could have originated outside the religious building.
A case of criminal conspiracy and negligent conduct pertaining to explosive materials was registered against unidentified persons under sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Section-5 of the Explosive Act, Hindustan Times reported.
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