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Sunday, 03 March 2024 6.49 AM IST

Kalamassery blast: Investigating team to collect maximum evidence, to take evidence today 

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KOCHI: The investigation team will collect evidence today also with Dominic Martin, the accused in the Kalamassery blast case. The evidence now has to be collected from the pump from where he bought the petrol used for the explosion and at the house in Thammanam. The remotes used for the explosion were found from Korati yesterday. They were in his scooter and it was found wrapped in a white cover.

Dominic Martin has only four more days of custody. The aim of the investigation team is to collect as much evidence as possible while this ends. Meanwhile, Sally Pradeepan (45), a native of Malayattoor, who was seriously injured in the blast, succumbed to her injuries. With this, the death toll in the explosion has risen to five. Sally Pradeepan's 12-year-old daughter Libna had also died in the blast. Sally Pradeepan, who was seriously injured, was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Kochi. Her son Praveen is also undergoing treatment in the hospital and is in a serious condition.

There was a blast on October 29 at the hall of the Samra International Convention Centre, where the convention of Jehovah's Witnesses was held. There were more than two thousand people in the hall when the explosion took place and it happened in the middle of the hall.

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