Darjeeling (WB): A low-intensity blast took place in Teesta Bazar area of Darjeeling Friday morning as the indefinite shutdown in Darjeeling Hills entered the 72nd day.
Though there were no reports of any casualty or injury to any person, some shops were damaged.
Darjeeling district officials said, the blast was triggered on a road near Teesta Bazar, close to the Teesta bridge.
The police is investigation the matter.
The blast comes just a day after twin blasts shook Darjeeling hills. In yesterday’s blast also, there was no report of any casualty or injury.
Today’s blast is the third such incident since the indefinite shutdown to press for a separate Gorkhaland state, began over two months ago. PTI