At least 21 people have been injured in a bomb blast in a military hospital in Thailand’s capital Bangkok.
The blast took place in a hospital in the unstable political country, which marks three-year military power anniversary in Thailand, AFP said in a report.
Thai Army came to power after a coup on the 22 May 2014, that divided the country.
After taking the power the military government misused the Armed Forces by suppressing dissent.
It is, not clear who were behind the attack and no has claimed any responsibility for this bomb blast. However, Thailand has a long history of a bomb blast in remarkable days in the country. As per government reports, which suggests the Muslim militants from the southern region of the country’s mainly carry out this sort of attack.
The explosion took place near the VIP section of King Makkut Hospital on Monday.
During the blast patients were waiting for their prescription, as a result of the bomb blast, the glass broke down and corridor filled with smoke.
Hospital director Saroj Kyokazi said the intensity of the explosion was not high. At least 21 people were injured in this incident. Among them are retired military officials. He said, eight people were admitted to the hospital to monitor their situation. One of them is a woman.
The hospital located in the centre of the capital Bangkok which is usually treated in the army and retired people.