New Delhi, April 1: Two days after low-intensity bomb blast in Patna, shocking revelation has came to fore. It has been revealed that blast might have been aimed at BJP President Amit Shah's rally which was scheduled for April 14, though officially it has not been confirmed.
According to IBN report, Amit Shah's rally was the possible target of the blast. It has been said that during the interrogation, arrested persons have conceded that they were planning serial blasts in Patna.
On Tuesday, two bombs fitted with a clock bearing a Lotus company mark were recovered at an apartment in the Bahdaurpur area in Patna. The incident came to light after there was an explosion in the apartment at 7.15 pm on Monday.
Six persons were killed while more than 80 were injured in a series of blasts that had rocked the Bihar capital on October 27, 2013, when a massive election rally of BJP's the then prime minister candidate Narendra Modi was held.
Also in July that year, a series of blasts had occurred in and around the Mahabodhi Temple complex in Bodh Gaya in Bihar. Five persons, including two Buddhis monks, were injured in the blasts.