NIA Begins Probe In Coimbatore Car Blast Case


Coimbatore: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday reached the site, where a cylinder explosion in the car took place, and begin the probe.

A team of NIA officials led by NIA superintendent of police Srijith reached the spot and inspected the area in the vicinity of the temple to collect further evidence.

They inquired about the incident with the priest of the Kottai Eswaran Temple, Sundareshan, police said.

The team has plans to visit the house of Jamesha Mubin, the victim of the explosion, a few metres away from the spot.

The blast, in which a 25-year-old engineering graduate Jameesha Mubin was killed, took place on the eve of Diwali and is allegedly linked to terror organisations.

The City Police, who have investigated the case, have handed over to NIA all the evidence and documents with regard to the explosion on Saturday, days after the Tamil Nadu government decided to hand over the probe to the premier investigation agency that probes terror-related matters.

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