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At least 25 people killed in the Indian train bombing may have to be buried on Saturday without being identified, officials say.Â
The unclaimed bodies will have to be removed because they are beginning to decompose, the officials say.Â
But relatives will have the right to have the bodies exhumed later if DNA tests determine their identity.Â
A total of 68 people, most of them from Pakistan, died when the bomb started a fire on the Delhi-Lahore trainÂ
The hunt for the bombers of a train from India to Pakistan has spread to several north Indian states as investigators said they were pursuing new leads and had detained six people for questioning.Â
Â Sunday’s blasts on the Samjhauta Express – which connects New Delhi to the Pakistani city of Lahore – killed 68 people.
“We have formed some teams to go to Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi and Punjab,” said R C Mishra, aÂ senior police officer in Haryana state, where the attack took place, referring to neighbouring states.Â