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Kerala Bomb Blast: Arrest of Suspect Dominic Martin & Death Toll

Key Kerala Bomb Blast Update: On October 30, the guy who claimed responsibility for the explosions at the Zamra International Convention and Exhibition Centre was apprehended by police, according to records. The explosion occurred at the evangelical Christian gathering in Kerala on October 29. It has so far resulted in three confirmed deaths and over fifty injuries, according to PTI.

Later on the day of the explosion, Dominic Martin, the suspected felon in the case. Took to Facebook to claim credit for the explosion and explain why he carried out the bombings. Later, at the Kodakara police station in Thrissur, he turned himself up. A senior police officer stated that his arrest was noted at about 7:00 p.m.

A prayer gathering of Jehovah’s Witnesses was taking place at the convention hall in Kalamassery, near Kochi, when several explosions occurred. A Christian religious organization called Jehovah’s Witnesses was founded in the United States in the 1800s.

Key Updates on Kerala Bomb Blast

Key Updates on Kerala Bomb Blast

ADGP Ajith Kumar led a group of 21 Kerala Police officers who formed a special investigation team (SIT) to look into the matter.

After the explosion, some 60 people were hurt, six of them critically, and one lady initially died. But later in the day, a 53-year-old lady who was among the seriously injured passed away from her wounds. By the morning of October 30, three people had died, including a 12-year-old girl who had died from 95% of her burns.

According to a state Health Department bulletin. 16 of the 21 people receiving treatment for blast-related injuries are in the intensive care unit (ICU). With three of them in critically critical condition.

The bomb scene in Kalamassery, Kochi, was inspected by the Chief Minister, Congress MP Hibi Eden. Ministers P Rajeev and Veena George, and Collector N S K Umesh.

Following the explosions, Kerala’s Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan called an all-party conference in the state capital of Thiruvananthapuram on October 30. Following an all-party meeting in Kerala, the Chief Minister’s Office said that individuals shouldn’t engage in irrational allegations. Speculative campaigns, or rumor-mongering, according to PTI.

The police claim that a preliminary investigation indicates that the explosions were set off by improvised explosive devices, or IEDs.

On October 29, Mumbai and Delhi were placed on high alert. A police statement stated. “Delhi Police is on high alert following the explosion at the convention center in Kalamassery, Kerala. And special vigil is being kept in crowded places.” Police in Delhi warned that “special vigils” were being conducted in busy areas and that security measures at churches were being enhanced.

Key Updates on Kerala Bomb Blast

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