Bomb explodes at Indian embassy field office in Biratnagar

Nepal: Minor explosion hit Indian Embassy camp office in Biratnagar

Minor explosion outside Indian embassy office in Nepal's Biratnagar; reports of ISI's involvement

Investigation has begun into the small explosion reported on Monday night from the Indian Consulate's office in Biratnagar in Nepal.

In New Delhi, an external affairs ministry spokesperson said there was a "minor explosion along the rear boundary wall of the camp office".

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According to Indian Embassy officials, blast created a hole in the wall towards the secluded rear area of the camp office. There was no one in the office during the explosion, PTI reported. "The security authorities in Nepal are investigating the matter". The Indian consulate office was shifted here after floods struck Nepal.

None of the employee was present inside the building at the time of explosion.

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A senior officer of Nepal police said it was investigating to find out who caused the blast. Our embassy in Kathmandu is in touch with the government of Nepal.

No group claimed responsibility for the blast but it is suspected a Maoist faction led by Netra Bikram Chand, known for its anti-India rhetoric, could be behind the attack. No one has been injured in the incident. Moreover, the party had called a general strike on Monday at Biratnagar, which is the industrial capital of the country and is situated 6 km away from the north of the border of Bihar.

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The security near the site has been beefed up after the blast.

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