Jhabua, Sep 15 (IANS) Three days after twin blasts in Madhya Pradesh’s Jhabua district killed 88 and injured over 100 people, dismembered body parts were still being found on Tuesday from the neighbourhood while main accused Rajendra Kaswa remained untraced.
Since the powerful explosions scattered body parts all around, they were being found over rooftops of houses in the vicinity. Confirming recovery of body parts, Police Superintendent G.G. Pandey said search is being carried out on top of houses of people residing in the neighbourhood of the blasts’ site.
The deaths were caused by a gas cylinder blast on Saturday in Petlawad town’s Sethia Hotel and another blast in a nearby godown belonging to Kaswa where explosives used in mining were stored.