Canada: Bomb Blast victims demand $ 600 million from Indian restaurant
Toronto: Victims of a bomb blast in Canada have sued seeking a total of $ 60 million in damages from a nearby popular Indian restaurant. Victims attributed the business rival to this attack. On May 24, two masked people entered the Bombay Bhel restaurant in Mississauga, Ontario, where two birthday celebrations were going on. These people had thrown away an explosive device.
In this blast, 15 people were injured, in which two Indo-Canadian citizens were involved. This explosion was felt more than four kilometers away. CBC News reported that no arrests have been made in this case so far and efforts are being made to arrest the culprits. Six of the 15 victims of the blasts filed a civil suit and asked the owners of the restaurant to pay a total of six million Canadian dollars (32.18 million) for “serious and permanent injuries”. The victims alleged that the restaurant “failed to provide proper security” in the event of a conflict between “anti businessmen”.