Kerala Gold Smuggling Case Suspect’s Car Recovered
Kerala gold smuggling case suspect’s car recovered. Car of former CPI(M) worker suspected of Kerala gold smuggling case recovered.
Kerala gold smuggling case suspect and former CPI(M) activist Arjun Ayanki’s car was recovered from bushes near Pariyaram Medical College Hospital in Kannur district on Sunday.
Police believe that the car was used to smuggle gold from Karipur airport in Kozhikode district.
Arjun was the captain of the Kannur unit of the Red Volunteer of the Communist Party of India-Marxist. After getting his name in gold smuggling, the party shunned him.
The Kannur police identified his car on the basis of the engine number, as the number plate was removed. The red-colored Maruti Swift car is registered in the name of CPI(M) activist C. Rajesh.
He too has been thrown out of the party. However, he says that the car was used by Arjun.
Let us tell you that two gold smuggling gangs had clashed recently in Ramanattukara of Kozhikode district. Five people died in this.
10 islands of Lakshadweep are in danger of drowning, scientists of IIT Kharagpur warn
Of the 36 islands in the Lakshadweep group, more than 60 percent of the land area of 10 is at risk of being submerged in water in the next 30 years.
The reason for this is the rising sea level there for the last 15 years.
This worrying thing has come to the fore in a survey conducted by ocean engineering scientists of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur. Lakshadweep is famous for its beautiful islands.
Lakshadweep in Malayalam and Sanskrit means a million islands. It is the smallest union territory of India, with an area of 32 square kilometers.
According to the news agency, the study has been published in the international journal Elsevier.
Although the danger is greater in the next thirty years, by 2035, eight out of 10 islands in the archipelago will have 70 to 80 percent land loss, according to the survey.
In the other two islands, there will be a loss of around 40 percent of the land.