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MK Stalin gives nod to Central agency’s probe into Coimbatore car blast case

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has recommended a probe by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) into the Coimbatore car blast case. He has recommended to the Central Government to get the matter investigated by the NIA. In fact, a person was killed when an LPG cylinder exploded in a car at Ukkadam in Coimbatore district on Tuesday morning.

Taking swift action, the police arrested five accused. The five accused, arrested by the Coimbatore City Police, were sent to 15-day judicial custody. All the five accused were taken to Coimbatore Central Jail. RAF personnel were deployed all over the city.

Tamil Nadu ADG P. Thamarai Kannan had told that we are investigating the matter. A case has been registered under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. The police had intensified the investigation, covering all aspects including the terror angle.

Tamil Nadu BJP President K.K. on Coimbatore car blast case. Annamalai said that we are happy as the matter is being referred to NIA. After the BJP’s press briefing yesterday, the CM had no other way. We had also written a letter to Home Minister Amit Shah yesterday in this matter, after which the matter was handed over to the NIA today.

The car in which Jamsha Mubeen was traveling died after a gas cylinder exploded. Police said NIA officials are likely to visit the blast site and Mubeen’s house. Significantly, 75 kg of low intensity explosives were allegedly seized from Mubeen’s house on October 23. The blast took place when Mubeen was passing near a temple in a car in this city. He had allegedly tried to escape from a police check post.

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