Bangladesh mosque bombings: 12 dead

By | September 5, 2020
Bangladesh mosque bombings: 12 dead

The incident took place at the Baitus Salat Jame Mosque when worshippers were there to pray.
In eastern Bangladesh, at least 12 people were killed when six air-conditioning bombs exploded at a mosque in the eastern Bangladesh city of Narayanganj. More than 50 people were injured, The Bangladesh Observer reported on Saturday, September 5.

According to him, the incident took place in the Mosque of Baitus Salat Jame, when there were worshippers who were praying. As a result of the explosion, the mosque’s windows flew out and fans installed on the ceiling were burned.
According to the preliminary version, the cause of the explosion was a build-up of gas after a leak from the pipeline.

Doctors said that all the victims had severe burns – at least 30% of the body. People also have burnt airways. Twenty-six people are in serious condition. Earlier in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, an explosion occurred at a police station. Five victims were reported, four of whom were law enforcement officers.

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