Two Blasts in Hyderabad claimed 14 Lives and left 119 Injured

Two bombs planted on cycles in Dilsukhnagar of Hyderabad exploded on 21 February 2013 claiming lives of 14 people.

Feb 22, 2013 12:16 IST
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Two bomb blasts took place in Dilsukhnagar, the busy shopping area of Hyderabad, the Capital City of Andhra Pradesh on 21 February 2013. 14 people were reported dead and 119 were critically injured in the serial blasts that rocked the city around 6:50 pm.

Investigations were ordered by both the Central Government and the State Government to find out the group involved in the blast. The State Government of Andhra Pradesh appointed a probe team into the matter.

The blasts were triggered using the Improvised Explosive Devices (IED), which were placed on two different bicycles at a distance of 100 meters from each other near Konark and Venkatadri theatres. The area of blasts lie on the Hyderabad-Vijaywada National Highway within Cyberabad police limits.


Dilsukhnagar is a commercial and educational hub of Hyderabad. The market of Dilsukhnagar is packed with shops, restaurants, educational institutions, exam preparation centers and theaters.

Blasts in recent past in Hyderabad

A bomb blast occurred at the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad in May 2007 claiming lives of 9 people.

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