- Narayanganj mosque impact: Gas spillages found at the spot, burrowing proceeds!..
Specialists from Titas Gas discover two spillages on the 0.75-inch gas pipeline four feet under the ground close to the blast point in Narayanganj on Monday, September 7, 2020 Dhaka Tribune
Test body records declarations from 18 observers in formal review
The broad theory that the Narayanganj mosque blast was brought about by gas spilling from an underground pipeline has been discovered to be the case.
Examiners from the Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Limited discovered two spillages on the gas pipeline on Monday in the ground that runs four feet deep under the three-story structure.
Following five hours of burrowing, the Titas Gas authority recognized the spillages on a 0.75-inch gas pipeline, as per Mofizul Islam, appointee senior supervisor of Titas.
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An examination group from the association likewise visited the spot not long after the revelation of the spillage.
In any case, the group said it would not uncover any insights concerning the occurrence until its examination had been finished.
When reached, DGM Mofizul said it was not at this point affirmed if the spillages on the pipeline were dynamic and had caused the blast.
He said: “We are as yet burrowing the spot for additional lucidity on the matter. ”
Formal conference on N’ganj mosque blast: Probe body records declarations from 18 observers
At any rate 18 individuals have immediately recorded their declaration in regards to the lethal mosque impact in Narayanganj before the test body framed by the locale organization.
The formal review that occurred from 10am to 5pm at the Deputy Commissioner’s office will consider any significant data from any individual who can give it and will utilize it as proof in the examination.
Extra District Magistrate Khadiza Tahira, head of the test body, affirmed the matter.