Bodh Gaya (Bihar), July 8: Addressing a press conference a day after the serial blasts that rocked Bodhgaya on Sunday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said nobody could assure that such incidents would never occur again in the country, adding that his government was looking to set up an anti-terror squad to tackle such cases in the future.
Kumar said it was the first time such blasts had occurred in Bihar and three bombs did not go off. He also said the the state police will look after the Mahabodhi Temple, a World Heritage Site, till the CISF took over its security. Kumar reportedly sought for CISF security for the temple.
The chief minister also said that inputs were received a few days ago on this matter and concerned officials had acted on them. The details of the inputs and the action were awaited, Kumar said.