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In the major crackdown against ISIS sympathisers, the NIA conducted searches at 32 locations in Tamil Nadu and Kerala in connection with October 23, 2022, explosion.
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday arrested two more terrorist operatives pertaining to a bomb blast in a car laden with explosives in front of Kottai Eswaran Temple in Coimbatore district in Tamil Nadu on October 23.
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Terming the Mangaluru incident as a "dastardly act of terror and violence", the Karnataka Health Minister K Sudhakar assured that the administration will nab all the culprits in the case.
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has been conducting searches at 45 locations in Tamil Nadu in connection with its ongoing probe into October 23 Coimbatore LPG cylinder explosion that occurred in a car, sources said on Thursday.
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The Tamil Nadu police asked state BJP chief K Annamalai to stop spreading rumours and mentioned that there has been no delay in transferring the case to the NIA.
A few industrialists contacted our state chief K Annamalai to call the strike off considering the losses that would incur, said Coimbatore BJP chief Balaji Uthamaramasamy.
Besides this, Vishva Hindu Parishad general secretary Sthanumalayan is likely to visit the blast spot tomorrow and he is also likely to interact with the media thereafter, according to the sources.
The NIA registered the case after the Counter Terrorism and Counter Radicalization (CTCR) division of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued an order asking the anti-terror agency to start probing into the case.
The Counter-Terrorism and Counter Radicalization (CTCR) division of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued the order a day after Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin recommended for NIA probe in the Coimbatore blast case.
Initially, five people were arrested in connection with the October 23 car blast case case and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act was invoked against them. Today a sixth person Afsar Khan was arrested and Police said they are looking into a few more suspects.
According to the Coimbatore Police, the ingredients that were recovered from the spot were used for making low-explosive bombs.
Annamalai alleged that DMK government forced the state DGP to call the terror attack a cylinder blast for appeasement politics.