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NIA conducted major raids in Kerala, planning of terrorist attacks in many cities including Delhi-UP

New Delhi. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has conducted major raids in Kerala regarding terrorist activities. A shocking revelation has come to light during the raid. The NIA has come to know that the terrorists had planned major attacks in many cities including Delhi, UP, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu. According to the information, NIA raided at three places in Mallapuram.

A few days ago, this raid was conducted on the basis of interrogation of 20 people of PFI arrested in the action of NIA. According to the NIA, anti-national activities were conducted from these 3 places in Malappuram. The NIA has also revealed that the accused had taken terror training in the camp.

Due to this the demand for NIA investigation arose
It is worth noting that the question of NIA investigation in Kerala arose when an explosion took place near the temple in Coimbatore and an engineer boy was killed. The central government handed over the investigation of this blast to the NIA. On the other hand, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin had also recommended a probe by the NIA in this matter. The Tamil Nadu government had said that the decision to recommend handing over the probe to a central agency was taken as it involved involvement of outside elements from the state and could have international links.

coimbatore car blast connection
Significantly, on 23 October, a car exploded near a temple in Coimbatore. Two gas cylinders were kept in it. The car was being driven by 29-year-old engineer Jamisha Mubeen. The blast took place when Mubeen was passing near the temple in this car and allegedly tried to escape from a police check post. He had died in this accident. Police arrested five people who were in contact with Mubeen and booked them under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.

Tags: bomb blast, NIA, terrorist

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