Gaya, July 7: The two Buddhist monks from Tibet and Myanmar injured in serial blasts in Bihar's Bodh Gaya town this morning were undergoing treatment at a government hospital in Gaya and their condition was stated to be out of danger.
Tenzing Lama and Bala Sanga are admitted at the Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College and Hospital (ANMMCH) at Gaya and their condition is stable, hospital superintendent Sitaram Prasad said.
Lama hails from the Tibet Autonomous Region, while Sanga is a Myanmarese national. While Lama sustained injuries in his legs, Sanga's received injuries in his right hand in the blasts, he said.
A team of doctors were attending to the injured duo and monitoring their condition, Prasad said.
The Bodh Gaya temple town was rocked by terror attack with nine blasts taking place near the world famous Buddhist shrine of Mahabodhi temple and adjoining areas this morning.