New Delhi: The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) on Friday summoned West Bengal Additional Director General of Police K Jayaraman after he failed to submit a detailed report in the case of four children sustaining injuries in a crude bomb blast that took place in the Gopalnagar village of Malda district last month. The NCPCR summon comes after the authorities in West Bengal did not respond to its earlier letter seeking a report on the detailed investigation into the incident. In its summon, the apex child rights body asked Jayaraman to furnish the action taken report in the bomb blast case. “In spite of the letter dated April 25, 2022, issued by the Commission, no reply/response has been received from your good offices in the said matter till date. The Commission has taken cognizance upon the complaint and accordingly, requested your good offices to conduct expeditious and detailed investigation into the incident and take suitable remedial measures to avert such incidents," the NCPCR said in a letter to the West Bengal Chief Secretary. The commission asked the ADG to appear before it at 3.30 pm on May 20 with an action taken report and an explanation for not furnishing the requisite information sought by it. The NCPCR warned the ADG of “consequences of non-attendance” under the Code of Civil Procedure if he failed to appear before it “without lawful excuse”. “Take notice that if you fail to comply with this order without lawful excuse, you will be subjected to the consequences of the non-attendance as provided in Rule 10 and Rule 12 of Order XVI of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908,” the letter stated. Four children were injured after they mistook the crude bombs to be balls and started playing with them when the explosion occurred, according to police.