Country-made bombs thrown at SDPI member’s residence in Kerala’s Kannur
In the wake of widespread violence in Kerala allegedly by PFI activists two days in the past, country-made bombs have been thrown on the residence of one of many members of its political offshoot SDPI right here on Sunday.
The incident occurred at Panur space of the northern Kerala district of Kannur round 2 am, police stated.
An officer of Panur police station stated nobody was injured within the assault and a case below numerous provisions of the Explosives Act has been registered.
Presently, the culprits haven’t been recognized and investigation was happening to determine the attackers and their numbers.
Police stated the extent of harm to the home was being ascertained, whereas TV channel visuals confirmed damaged window panes and flooring tiles outdoors the home.
Masked males and miscreants went on a rampage in numerous elements of Kerala on September 23 throughout the dawn-to-dusk hartal known as by the Popular Front of India (PFI), below the lens for alleged terror actions.
State-run buses have been broken, police personnel and commoners injured, and retailers vandalised on the day.
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