Malappuram Blast: A blast at the Magistrate’s court in Malappuram, Kerala had the area on a high alert on November 1. The probe was immediately initiated and a pen drive along with some wires, paper box, a printed paper of the Malappuram blast plan was recovered from near the blast site.
Malappuram Blast – Destroying peaceful atmosphere was the aim
The pen drive found at the site contained photos of the PM Narendra Modi and other politicians as well as the threats for the attack at the parliament and the Red Fort. While commenting on the earlier blasts the Inspector – General Mr Ajith Kumar said, “We suspect the same group was behind all these blasts, and the one in Malappuram..The pen drive recovered from the blast site has given details about previous operations.”
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Kumar also said that all the low-intensity blasts that occurred this year haven’t caused any major loss, thus it can be said that these were meant to warn the public.
In the Malappuram blast, three cars were damaged while there was not any loss of life.
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan said, “Only a comprehensive probe will bring clarity on reasons behind the explosion”. He further added that the primary motive of these blasts was to destroy the peaceful atmosphere in the state.
It is being suspected that the Tamil outfit Al-Ummah might be behind these attacks.