7 dead after explosions involving cooking gas cylinders in Rajasthan

Death toll in cylinder explosion in Bhungra village reaches 7 people, three women and a child . 52 people injured in the MG Hospitals burn ward .

On Friday, the death toll in the cylinder explosion in Bhungra village, Jodhpur's Shergarh sub-division, reached 7 people, three women and a child were among the 52 people injured in the MG Hospitals burn ward, according to the superintendent.According to Behra, 5 of the 10 people hospitalized have succumbed to the disease, while his parents, as well as other family members, are also critically wounded.On Friday, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot rushed to Jodhpur and met the wounded along with administrative officials.He assured them of the best possible treatment.It's tragic.

Later, he announced a out-of-turn allowance for a policeman Dungar Singh, who jumped into the burning house and took out the burning cylinders to prevent further injuries.When an eye witness Ravindra Singh said all the guests were having tea before the barat departure when suddenly a loud explosion began blaring, prompting everybody inside to get into the house but were unable to escape due to the burning fire.Singh said that those who could manage to hurry out of the buses that were meant for barat were immediately taken to the hospital.

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