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Amit Shah’s High-Level Meeting to Address the Kerala Explosion, Suspect Surrenders; Delhi and Mumbai on High Alert

Union Home Minister Amit Shah contacted Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan following the deadly explosion at a Christian event in Kochi, Kerala, offering assistance and undertaking evaluations.

Amit Shah

Amit Shah: Following a devastating explosion at a Christian gathering at the Convention Centre in Kochi, Kerala, Union Home Minister Amit Shah called with Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The minister of the home will do everything in his power to assist. He assessed the current state of affairs during the talk. In addition, Amit Shah used video conferencing to conduct a high-level meeting. There were about 2500 people there when the explosion occurred. 35 individuals are hurt and one woman has died as a result of the explosion.

Tragic Incident at Jehovah’s Witness Conference

About ten kilometres from Kochi, in the centre of Kalamassery, there was a Jehovah’s Witness conference when the tragedy happened. A 48-year-old man admitted responsibility and turned himself in just hours after the explosions.

Impact on Delhi and Mumbai

Following several explosions at a prayer meeting in Kerala earlier in the day that left at least one person dead and 36 injured, Delhi and Mumbai were placed on high alert on October 29. The national capital’s police, who are under the Ministry of Home Affairs’ (MHA) purview, declared that they were working with intelligence services and would not be taking any suggestions lightly.

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