शुक्रवार, 2 मई 2014

Twin blasts shook Chennai city, suspects ISI link?

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Twin blasts shook Chennai city, suspects ISI link?

Chennai: Consequent to the arrest of Sakir Hussain—suspected ISI agent two days back, a twin bomb blasts took place in Guhawati-Bangalore express train in the early hours of the day. The blasts occurred in S4-S5 coaches while entering the platform is triggered by a mobile device.  Swati an IT employee of Guntur was killed and around 15 were injured severely.  Injured passengers were immediately admitted to the Rajiv Gandhi General Hospital.  The alleged terrorist was hiding in the toilet and was arrested. A CBCID probe was also ordered. 

On hearing the news, around 30 Sangh Karyakarthas from Sowcarpet and Triplicane immediately went to the station for relief work and the police took control over the situation with sniffer dogs, forensic experts, and bomb disposal squads. BJP Tamilnadu State President Pon Radhakrishnan strongly condemned the Government on the soft approach in dealing the terrorists in Tamilnadu.  Pon Radhakrishnan and Vanathi Srinivasan, State Secretary personally visited the hospital and consoled the injured persons.  
Hindu Munnani conducted protest demo in all districts of Tamilnadu wherein hundreds of volunteers including women were arrested.  Hindu Munnani, time and again, has warned the Government about the dangers and movement of terrorists in the state.  In Chennai, a protest demo has been called for in front of Collector Office at 4.00 p.m. tomorrow. 
source: http://rsschennai.blogspot.in/

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