New Delhi: Mridul Bakshi, one of the victims of the September 7 Delhi High Court bomb blast, succumbed to his injuries at RML hospital on Thursday morning, taking the death toll to 14.

Meanwhile, another victim Ratan lal is still in the ICU and is battling the risk of infection that could prove fatal.

Fortunately another victim, Tansen Singh, is out of ICU and is said to be out of danger.

According to the hospital authorities, till date, 13 people are still undergoing treatment in RML hospital. All of them are said to be out of danger barring one.

Authorities added that on the day of the blast, 55 people were admitted here, out of which 5 people had succumbed to their injuries. Two people had died on the blast day itself as they failed to respond to the treatment.

The kin of the injured were visibly happy with the services provided by the hospital.

Rs 25 lakh offer for placing a packet

In a shocking incident, a Noida resident received an international call on his mobile on Wednesday, with the caller offering Phoolchand Bharadwaj Rs 25 lakh in lieu of placing a packet at a desired place.

Bharadwaj, who is a clerk in the Maharaja Agreshan School and is a resident of Jahangirpuri area of Greater Noida, has lodged a complaint with the police which initiated its investigation in this regard.

Bharadwaj, on Wednesday got an overseas call from 00923477747365 and offered him the money to keep a packet at a desired place.

Despite being warned of facing dire consequences if he informs police about the call, Bharadwaj registered his complaint with the local police.

(JPN/ Bureau)