The doctors said that the condition of six people who were injured in the explosion in the three-storey building near Sukanya Tower on Mirpur Road in Dhaka is ‘not suspicious’. Those six are admitted in Sheikh Hasina National Institute of Burn and Plastic Surgery. Besides, four more injured are admitted in Dhaka Medical College Hospital and two in Popular Medical College Hospital. The condition of two of them is also ‘not good’. At around 11:15 on Sunday, the explosion on the third floor of the three-story Shirin building caused partial collapse of the building’s wall, and another nearby building was damaged. Three people died in that incident. 30 to 40 injured people were taken to different hospitals immediately after the incident. Most of them are discharged with first aid. And 12 people with burns and serious injuries were admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital, Sheikh Hasina National Burn and Plastic Surgery Institute and Private Hospital Popular. After the explosion, six people named Nur Nabi, Akbar Ali, Ashrafuzaman, Asha, Habibur Rahman and Zahoor Ali are now admitted to the Burn and Plastic Surgery Institute. The coordinator of the institute, Dr. Samant Lal Sen. “They have major burns, inhalation burns,” the doctor told the media on Monday. Everyone is at risk. 38 to 40 percent of their bodies were burnt. Where more than 15 percent burns are considered dangerous. They will be shifted to ICU if necessary.” ‘Dangerous’ signboard at Shireen Bhavan, blood stains in front Eight of the injured were taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital on Sunday. Four of them were treated and released. Now the four people who are admitted there, all of them have injuries or wounds in various parts of the body, including the head, said the resident doctor of the emergency department. Md. Alauddin. He said, “The condition of two of the four who are admitted is dangerous. One is in ICU. One has been placed in HDU.” In addition, the condition of the two people who are admitted to Dhanmondi Popular Hospital is not serious, said the manager (customer service) of that hospital. Abul Khair. He said, “One of the two people admitted here has had his hand amputated. Another suffered a fractured hip bone and a fractured head. But their condition is not that serious.” The Dhaka South City Corporation has pulled down the signboard reading ‘dangerous’ on the three-storey Shirin building. Even after 24 hours, blood remains on the road in front of the building. It is not yet certain how the terrible explosion took place there. However, as no sign of explosive material was found there, the police initially thought it was an accident.