Kerala Blast: Suspect surrenders and confesses – Investigation underway.
A shocking incident in Kerala as a person named Dominic Martin takes responsibility for a blast at a Christian prayer meeting, leading to one death and numerous injuries.
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A person named Martin took responsibility for the blast in the convention center, surrendered and also presented evidence.
Blasts took place at a Christian prayer meeting in Ernakulam, Kerala on Sunday. One person has died in this blast and more than 45 people have been injured so far.
News agency reported that in this case a person has taken responsibility for the blast and has surrendered before the police.
Kerala blast’s alleged attacker surrenders.
According to the information, the suspect admitted his involvement in the attack and surrendered before the police in Thrissur district.
ADGP Law and Order M R Ajit Kumar said that one woman died and more than 45 people were injured in the blasts. The condition of some of these people is serious.
The man took responsibility for the attack.
The man surrendered at the Kodakara police station in the morning and claimed that he had carried out the blast, the news agency quoted the official as saying.
The person has revealed his name as Dominic Martin. In addition, he offered proof to back up his assertion.
At present we are investigating it. We are investigating his claims and the reasons given for carrying out the attack.
IED was used in the attack.
Earlier, state police chief Sheikh Darvesh Saheb said in Thiruvananthapuram that according to preliminary investigation, an IED was used in the blast. He said that we are investigating it.
Kerala Blast: ‘Kerala is becoming the center of terrorist acts’, Minister of State Muraleedharan expressed concern over Kochi blast.
Union Minister of State for External Affairs and BJP leader V Muraleedharan expressed concern over the explosion in Kochi, Kerala.
He said it was disturbing to see that his home state was becoming a center of violence. Such incidents are happening here, which can be termed as terrorist acts.
Incidents related to terrorist acts.
Speaking to the news agency from Thiruvananthapuram in the wake of Sunday’s blasts, the MoS said, “I was shocked to learn about the bomb blasts at a convention center during a prayer meeting of the Christian community.
It is disturbing that Kerala terrorists “Becoming the center of events related to the acts.
” Home Minister Amit Shah has already spoken to the Chief Minister of Kerala. I have also spoken to the Chief Minister on telephone.”