Pendrive recovered from Malappuram court blast site contains pictures of PM Modi

Apart from a few batteries and wires, the police recovered a paper box, a pen drive and a printed paper.

Published: 03rd November 2016 12:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 03rd November 2016 12:51 PM   |  A+A-


an LPG cylinder kept in the boot of a car exploded near the first class magistrate court at Tuesday noon. | Express Photo Service


MALAPPURAM: As the probe into the low-intensity IED blast on the premises of the judicial magistrate’s court in Malappuram began, the pen drive recovered from the blast site contained images of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several other politicians.

A bomb blast from under a car parked near the Judicial First Class Magistrate Court within the Civil Station compound shook the Malappuram Collectorate complex on November 1 afternoon.
According to reports, apart from a few batteries and wires, the police recovered a paper box, a pen drive and a printed paper ascribing the blast to the Base Movement.

The pen drive also contained threats against important places in the country including Red Fort and the Parliament.


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