Mangaluru: Cooker bomb blast case – NIA intensifies investigation

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Feb 16: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) intensified investigation into the cooker bomb blast that took place at Nagori near Kankanady in the city on November 19 last year. It carried out a search operation in Mysuru.

Mohammed Sharik, the accused in the cooker bomb blast was residing in a rented house at Mysuru. He had training in mobile technology also. He had a duplicate Aadhar card with him. It is learnt that some equipment and cash was confiscated from Mysuru by the NIA.

The NIA suspected that Sharik had contacts in Kerala from the time the bomb blast took place. Sleuths of NIA had raided various spots in Kerala and had gathered vital information. On Wednesday, the NIA raided four spots in Ernakulam and carried out a search operation.

Though Sharik was living in a rented house in Mysuru, he used to visit Kerala often and meet certain people. The NIA officers are investigating the case in this angle now.





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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    Readers, the relentless investigation an subsequent arrests of " Radicalised bigots " especially in South India and across India, has created a climate of hope, reduced anxiety and fear in our nation.. Our armed forces are maintaining constant vigil on the LOC, whereas NIA is protecting citizens from within....

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Thu, Feb 16 2023


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  • Anil, Dubai

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    Rolf Dubai .... Mohmmad sattar is trying to hide from police finnally got sad for him...he might have lived happily if he had fly over to gulf countries like you

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  • Kiran, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    At any cost we must ban pfi and sdpi terrorists...

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  • Anil, Dubai

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    Mr kiran Pfi is already banned . Many of pfi gang members were caught and some fly over to gulf countries... And some of their followers are hiding in the holes and giving dislike to the comments here 😂😂😂

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  • John Pinto, Belman

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    Cooker d ganji baidhnd. As election nearing they are seriously intensifying.

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    Ganji bokka podi ettida chatni malth undudu jeppule.

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  • Harshad, Kavoor

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    Now a days people hesitate to carry Pressure Cooker and buy Refrigerator from showrooms as others watch them in a suspicious manner. Moghulu kalma oodoo nagulu even not left kitchen items and used for terror acts is a much horrible thing ever seen by mankind after Adam landed on this earth. Please investigate more on places and pulled them from rat hole so never ever think of doing such things in near future.

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