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  • Jyotiraditya expresses sadness over speculations on leaving BJP
  • No hospitals in Delhi will refuse to admit suspected COVID-19 patients: Kejriwal
  • Faridpur govt school teacher taking salary from 25 schools, arrested
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  • Army strike on Akal Takht blot on humanity: Longowal
  • UP issues SOP for religious places, hotels, restaurants and shopping malls
  • Five storey building caves in Shimla, no loss of life
  • COVID-19: Iran reports 2,269 new cases; 169,425 in total
  • nCoV: Bangladesh registers 35 more deaths, toll reaches 846
  • Properties of 38 drug smugglers to be seized: SSP
  • Koderma DC plays Good Samaritan to 5 orphans
  • Opposition leaders to call on Central team visiting Amphan ravaged districts of Bengal
  • Terming ‘Demonetisation 2 0’, Rahul criticises Govt for ‘destroying economy’
  • Passport office Srinagar to resume services from Mon with adherence to SOPs by applicants
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Rajnath speaks to Assam CM over Guwahati blast

Rajnath speaks to Assam CM over Guwahati blast

New Delhi, May 16 (UNI) Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday spoke to Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal regarding the grenade blast in Guwahati on Wednesday evening that injured 12 people.

The Chief Minister apprised Mr Singh of the current situation.

Police and other agencies are investigating the incident, a senior Home Ministry official said here.

Mr Singh prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured persons.

Assam CM Sonowal has ordered the state police chief to conduct an inquiry in to the incident.

Security has been stepped up in the city after the incident.

The Assam CM is likely to chair a high-level security meeting in Guwahati later in the day to access the overall security scenario in the state.

Top officials in the state security set up and state home department officials will attend the meeting.

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