Man dies of injuries sustained in blast near Chakenahalli
One extra individual, injured in the blast, which passed off at an explosives storage journal near Chakenahalli in Holenarasipur taluk on Sunday, died in a personal hospital in Bengaluru on Monday. The toll is now two.
Samapth, 27, of Bettadahalli in Channarayapatna taluk, had died on the spot. Ravi Kumar, 37, of B.J. Maranahalli near Shantigrama in Hassan taluk, who was significantly injured in the incident, died on Monday.
In truth Ravi Kumar, who was the caretaker of the journal, was the second accused in the First Information Report registered by the Holenarasipur Police, following the incident.
Minister for Excise K. Gopalaiah, who can also be in cost of Hassan district, visited the spot together with senior officers on Monday.
Speaking to presspersons, the Minister mentioned the federal government will bear the medical bills of the injured. “I have instructed the officers to submit a report on the incident within two three days. Whoever is responsible for the blast will face the law,” he mentioned.
H.D. Revanna, MLA, who additionally accompanied the minister, mentioned the federal government ought to take motion in opposition to these accountable and supply compensation of ₹5 lakh every for the households of the deceased. Prajwal Revanna, MP, additionally visited the spot.
During the preliminary inquiry, the police have discovered that the dearth of security measures and the violation of tips meant to observe whereas dealing with explosives prompted the blast.