The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday filed a charge sheet in the court against an accused in the petrol bomb attack case on Tamil Nadu Raj Bhavan. NIA has imposed sections 124, 379, 436, 353 and 506 Part II of IPC on the accused. Besides, Section 4 of the Tamil Nadu Property (Prevention of Damage and Loss) Act 1992 along with Section 3, 4 and 5 under the Explosive Substances Act 1908 have also been imposed on the accused. Let us tell you that NIA filed the charge sheet before the special court in Poonamallee, Chennai.
Petrol bomb thrown at Raj Bhavan
Let us tell you that the accused Vinoth alias Karukka Vinoth had thrown two consecutive petrol bombs at Gate No. 1 of Raj Bhavan located in Chennai on 25 October 2023. Government property at the gate was damaged due to the bomb explosion. This is the fourth such incident to have been seen. Earlier he had hurled petrol bombs at TSMAC (Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation) outlet in T Nagar, Teynampet police station, Tamil Nadu main BJP office and government establishments in Chennai. In fact, the accused wanted to abolish the constitutional rights of the Governor of the state.
NIA filed charge sheet
For this, the accused first stole petrol from a bike in SM Nagar. After that he filled petrol in empty liquor bottles. After making the petrol bomb, he walked from Teynampet to Raj Bhavan and threw the bomb at the gate of Raj Bhavan. Let us tell you that the accused threw two petrol bombs one after the other at the gate of Raj Bhavan at around 2 pm. During this time, when the policemen on duty ran to stop him, the accused also threatened the security personnel. Let us tell you that in this case, NIA has now filed the charge sheet before the court.
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