Kerala Blasts / Alert issued across the country after Kerala blast, security increased before World Cup match in Mumbai

Zoom News : Oct 29, 2023, 04:08 PM
Kerala Blasts: There has been an explosion in a convention center located in Kochi, Kerala. Only one person is reported killed in this blast. Many people have been injured in this blast. According to the police, about 25 people were injured in this blast. After the blast in Kerala, NIA team has been sent to the spot to investigate the blast. So far in the investigation, the police have found evidence of IED blast from the spot. Meanwhile, alert has been issued in Mumbai, Delhi and UP. Actually, preparations are being made in view of the Cricket World Cup match in Mumbai.

Security increased in Mumbai

Let us tell you that the match is going to be held on 2nd November at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Meanwhile, in view of the Kerala blast, security arrangements are being strengthened for the World Cup match and surveillance is being increased around the stadium. Also, keeping in mind the festival season, the security arrangements of vital installations are being strengthened. Let us tell you that 3 blasts have been seen one after the other in Kerala. Primary investigation has revealed that the blast was carried out using a tiffin bomb. Just before the blast, a car was seen passing outside the convention centre, for which the police have now started searching.

Alert issued across the country

After the blast in Kerala, an alert has been issued across the country. Police have been kept on alert in other states including Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh. Security arrangements have been increased in crowded areas and religious places. Let us tell you that after the Kerala bomb blasts, Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and took stock of the situation in the state. He has directed NIA and NSG to reach the spot and investigate the incident. After this bomb blast, CM Vijayan has also left for Kochi from Delhi.