During the Kerala blasts at the transnational convention centre in Kalamassery, over 50 people were injured.
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The death risk from the Kerala blasts at a Christian religious gathering in near Kalamassery in October has risen to six, government sources said on Friday.
Malayatoor occupant Praveen (24) failed at a private sanitarium on Thursday, authorities at the sanitarium, where he’d been treated, said.
“He was in the ICU. On Thursday at 10.40 PM, he passed dead,” a source from the sanitarium informed PTI.
His mama , who suffered serious injuries in the blast, had failed on November 11, while his youngish family Libina had succumbed to injuries on October 30, a day after the Kerala blasts passed at the gathering of the Jehovah’s substantiations.
The medical board, responsible for treating those wounded in the incident, is yet to release the medical bulletin indicating the number of cases under treatment following the blast.
The Kerala blasts took place during a gathering of Jehovah’s substantiations on October 29. On the last day of a three-day prayer conference, they had convened.
Two of the women who were present at the party died on the day of the explosion, and Libina passed away on October 30 at the Kalamassery Government Medical College Hospital. Latterly, 61- time-old Moly Joy from Kalamassery failed at a private sanitarium on November 6.
During the blast at the transnational convention centre in Kalamassery, over 50 people were injured, some seriously.
A many hours after the incident, a man named Dominic Martin, claiming to be an estranged member of Jehovah’s substantiations, surrendered before the police in Thrissur quarter, asserting that he carried out the multiple blast. The police latterly recorded his arrest.
In addition to Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) (discipline for murder) and Section 3 of the Explosive Substances Act, applicable sections of the Unlawful Conditioning Prevention Act (UAPA) have also been invoked against Martin.