Kerala Blasts: Who’s Behind Them And Why Are Some Leaders Quiet?
Union Minister Anurag Thakur spoke about the recent bomb blasts in Kerala. He is questioning Rahul Gandhi, a Member of Parliament from Wayanad in Kerala, for not speaking up sooner.
Thakur believes that the silence of Rahul Gandhi means that the Congress Party and the Communist Party are quietly supporting those who did the blasts.
Rahul Gandhi didn’t react to anything about the case initially. But he later condemned the blasts and asked for an investigation.
The blasts took place at a prayer meeting in Kerala’s Kalamassery area. Two people have died, and many are injured, some seriously. A 12-year-old girl, who had major burns, passed away in the hospital.
Dominic Martin, a man, has surrendered to the police claiming that he is responsible for the blasts. The police are still checking if what he says is true or if there is another terrorist organization or some political agenda.
As for the investigation, the Chief Minister of Kerala, Vijayan, has set up a team of 20 people to investigate what happened. They think Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) were used in the blasts. The CM is also planning a meeting with all parties to discuss it.
Kerala Police are warning people not to spread fake news about the blasts on social media. They are watching social media closely and will take action against people who spread false information.
State ministers and other officials have visited the injured and are asking people not to believe or spread rumors. So, it’s a sensitive time, and it’s important to wait for accurate information from the official investigation.
Anurag Thakur is questioning Rahul Gandhi for not speaking up about the incident. Anurag said that the silence of Rahul Gandhi, other congress leaders, and ruling party leaders shows that Congress and the Communist Party might be quietly supporting the people behind the blasts.