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Former Assam Minister injured in Karol Bagh blast

Former Assam Minister Dipen Tanti has been injured in the Delhi bomb blast at Karol Bagh on Saturday but is now out of danger. According to information, Mr Tanti, who was a minister in the erstwhile Asom Gana Parishad ministry, had gone to Karol Bagh along with his wife and a friend for shopping. Tanti, who is currently undergoing treatment at the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and doctors attending on him said he was out of danger and would be released in a day or two. He was getting his shoes polished when he heard a loud explosion and initially thought it was a cylinder blast. Later, they realised it was bomb blast and found blood oozing out of his head. He was rushed to the hospital by his wife and friend, who were not injured in the blast.
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