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Centre directs National Investigation Agency to investigate Mangaluru blast | Mangaluru News


MANGALURU: Ministry of Internal Affairs (MHA) directed National Investigation Agency (NIA) to conduct an investigation in Mangaluru explosion in Karnataka.

“The explosion – in a moving auto rickshaw in which driver Purusothama K and passenger/defendant Mohammed Shariq were injured – was handed over to the NIA in accordance with the provisions of the NIA Act 2008,” Vipul Alok , the secretary said. for the Indian government.

The central government received information regarding the registration of the FIR on 20 November 2022 under sections 3, 4 and 5 of the Explosives Act, 1908 and sections 120B and 307 of the IPC at the police station. Kankanady town on the complaint filed by Puruthothama, the rickshaw driver involved in an explosion that occurred in the back of his auto rickshaw in the city of Mangaluru – the administrative headquarters of the Dakshina Kannada district – while he was carrying an unidentified passenger/defendant from Kankanady train station towards the pump well.

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The complainant and the passenger/defendant were seriously injured and the trailer damaged.
At the scene of the crime, local police recovered a 5-liter pressure cooker, three 9-volt batteries, a broken electrical circuit, and other materials commonly used to make improvised explosive devices. (IED).

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During the investigation, the passenger/defendant was identified as Shariq alias Prem Raj, son of Later Abdul Mazeed, Soppugudde, Thirthahalli of Shivamogga district.
During a raid conducted by local police at Shariq’s rented hideout in Mysuru, many of the chemicals, electrical appliances and mechanical tools used in the preparation of the IED were recovered.
“The central government considers that a Scheduled Offense under the NIA Act, 2008 has been committed and given the seriousness of the offense and its consequences for national security, The NIA is required to investigate in accordance with the Act. Therefore, in exercising the powers conferred under subsection (5) of section 6 read in conjunction with section 8 of the NIA Act, 2008, the central government hereby directs the NIA to conduct an investigation into the case. above,” said Vipul Alok in the November 23 order.

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