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Monday, 08 August 2022 6.16 AM IST

Nano terror attack on AKG Centre, attack targeting three stones, scoffs P C Vishnunadh in Assembly

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: What happened in the AKG Centre was a nano terror attack, said P C Vishnunadh MLA. It was a terror attack targeting three stones that couldn’t even burn dry leaves, he said during the discussion on the adjournment motion moved by the opposition. Sreemathy teacher said that she heard a loud sound as if something had collapsed. Didn’t the policemen hear such a loud noise?, asked Vishnunadh.

“After the AKG Centre attack, the CPM has been launching widespread attacks against Congress offices right in front of the police. When the activists staged protests, led by an MLA in Alappuzha, the police were enjoying and walking along with them. How was the AKG Centre, guarded by the police, attacked? Why didn’t the police follow the assailant? How did the attack take place in an area, which is under the constant surveillance of the police?”, asked Vishnunadh.

When the opposition gave notice for the adjournment motion on Monday morning, the chief minister said that he was ready to suspend the assembly proceedings and discuss it. Lakhs of people are seeing the AKG Centre attack with fear, said the chief minister in the assembly. The discussion which began at 1 pm will end at 3 pm. This is the second time in this session that the government suspended the house proceedings in order to discuss the motion.

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