The National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided 60 different places in three states of South India - Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka - in the Coimbatore cylinder blast case on Wednesday. It has been told that the agency did this raid in connection with arresting the suspects belonging to the terrorist organization ISIS.
The NIA is continuously investigating the car bomb blast outside a temple in Coimbatore on the eve of Diwali. The alleged 'human bomb' Jamesha Mubin (29) lost his life in the car bomb blast. The LPG cylinder in the car had burst. Nails, marbles, and shrapnel were found on the spot. It was claimed about these that after filling them in the cylinder, a big conspiracy was hatched for the blast, but it failed. This blast is on the morning of 23 October.
The blast took place in a Maruti 800 car. Mubin was burnt to death under suspicious circumstances after an LPG cylinder blast. According to the police, Mubin was an engineering graduate. He was questioned by media officials in 2019 regarding terrorist links. His name has also been named among the main accused in this blast.