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Wednesday September 07, 2011 02:27:37 PM, IANS

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New Delhi: Helpless cries of people filled the corridors of the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital here Wednesday as victims of the blast outside the Delhi High Court kept pouring in.

Allauddin, 40, lost one of his legs in the blast. He was at the court for the hearing of a case related to his factory.

"My son...my son lost his leg," cried his devastated father, as scores of people scurried around him.

As families, relatives and strangers rushed with victims of the blast that killed nine and injured 45, there were others who were looking for their dear ones who went missing after the incident.

The nephew of 34-year-old Ajay Bakshi was one such person looking for his uncle.

"I am looking for my uncle...he had gone to the court in the morning and has been missing ever since," the young man said said.

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