BY A STAFF REPORTER
As time goes on, concerns are growing over the back-to-back blasts at a religious meeting in Kochi, Kerala. One person has already died in the incident. Seven others are in critical condition. The number of injured has exceeded 35. According to the latest reports, the NIA team is going to the blast site. Police suspect that the blast was caused by sabotage. Three to four explosions took place within an hour. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan expressed concern over the incident. "It's very unfortunate," he said. We are collecting details of the incident. All top officials are in Ernakulam. The DGP is on the spot. We take this very seriously. I have spoken to the DGP. We need to know more details after the investigation. '
It's a very unfortunate incident. We are collecting details regarding the incident. All top officials are there in Ernakulam. DGP is moving to the spot. We are taking it very seriously. I have spoken to DGP. We need to get more details after the investigation: Kerala CM Pinarayi… https://t.co/4utwtmR9Sl pic.twitter.com/GHwfwieRLB— ANI (@ANI) October 29, 2023