Hundreds shed tears over Hyderabad twin blasts

The police department has identified eight of the 12 people killed in the twin bomb blasts in Hyderabad on Thursday. A crowd of hundreds gathered outside the Osmania General Hospital to identify their loved ones. The shopkeepers were forced to shut business outside the hospital.

Mohd Rafeeq, 22, Ijaz Ahmed, first-year student of polytechnic college, Vijay Kumar, 23, MBA student, Mutyala Raju, 23, MBA student, Ramulu, 56, R Shivani, Gunta Thirupathi and Srinivas Reddy were confirmed dead. Osmania Hospital is still housing unidentified bodies. According to Cyberabad Police Commissioner, 121 people were admitted to seven hospitals after the tragic incident took place.

“After the day’s work, he went to meet his brother Bhikshapati at Choutuppal. He would usually park his bike outside the Dilsukhnagar bus station but now he would never return,” cried the wife of Ramulu – a superintendent in GHMC office who was identified dead.

Government school teacher G Ramesh suffered injuries all over his body. Ramesh said: “I teach at the Sangareddy government high

school and was going home at Dilsukhnagar. The blast was very loud and before I could react, I was down near Konark Theatre.”

Minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh has announced that Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde will make a detailed statement in Parliament at 2.30 pm. Skeptics believe Indian Mujahideen founder Riyaz Bhatkal planned the Hyderabad twin blasts while IM operative Yasin Bhatkal facilitated him.

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