HC blast victims’ bodies handed over to relatives

Bodies of the 12 people killed in the Delhi HC blast were handed over to their relatives after post-mortem.

New Delhi: Bodies of the 12 people killed in
the Delhi High Court blast were on Thursday handed over to their
relatives after post-mortem.

Police and hospital authorities said post-mortem was
conducted during the day after which the bodies were handed

Twelve people, including a woman, were killed in the
blast outside the high court yesterday morning.

There was some heated arguments at Lady Hardinge Hospital
between authorities and relatives of victim Mehtab Singh Dabas
when the former allegedly demanded money for clothes and
polythene for wrapping the body.

87-year-old Nizamuddin was the oldest among those killed
in the blast which also claimed the life of a 55-year-old
woman Nalini Aggarwal.

The youngest among the victims was 21-year-old Amanpreet
from Guru Nanakpura in south-west Delhi.

Another octogenarian killed was Inderpal Singh Anand
(80), who resided in Geeta Colony in east Delhi.

The other victims were Darshan Lal Jain (75) from Shalcti
Nagar, Harish Dutt Joshi (68) from Naraina, Pawan Bansal (62)
from Gurgaon, Mehtab Singh Dabas (57) from Ghewra village,
Ashok Kumar Sharma (55) from Palam, Vinod Jeswal (54) from
Sarai Rohilla and Veerpal (52) from Gandhi Nagar and Pramod
Kumar (40) from HariNagar.


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