Bodh Gaya serial blasts: Injured monks out of danger
Gaya: The condition of the two monks, who were injured in the explosions in Bodh Gaya temple on Sunday, is stated to be out of danger.
"Both of them are out of danger," Superintendent of Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College & Hospital (ANMMCH), Gaya, Sita Ram Prasad said.
He said both had been kept in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the hospital and senior doctors were attending them.
Prasad said the Tibetan monk Tenzing Dorjee had received bomb injuries in right knee joint and right ankle.
The second monk Vilas Ga from Myanmar suffered wounds in right arm, abdomen and both legs, the ANMMCH Superintendent said.
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