Hindu outfits pay tributes to serial bomb blasts victims

Coimbatore: More than 50 individuals, including six girls, of the Indu Makkal Katchi led a procession at Flower Market on Wednesday afternoon to pay their tributes to the sufferers who had misplaced their lives in the 1998 Coimbatore bomb blasts. The town police detained them as they were not approved to take out the procession.

Various different Hindu outfits additionally paid their tributes to the blast sufferers at the 20th anniversary of the blasts. At Peelamedu, Siva Bharata Sena paid their tribites. Indu Makkal Peravai went to a temple at Chinniyampalayam and presented particular pujas.


In the night, outfits corresponding to Siva Sena (30 individuals), Bharat Sena - Tamil Nadu (25 individuals), Bharat Sena (50 individuals), Tamil Nadu Ramar Sena (24 individuals), Rashtriya Hindu Parishad (17 individuals), Tamil Nadu Akila Bharata Hindu Maha Sabha (24 memebrs) and Sakthi Sena (17 individuals) collected one by one at different timings in the Shastri Maidhan since 2pm. They had been all detained through the R S Puram police.


At Ukkadam close to Koniyamman koil, Siva Bharata Sena Hindu Makkal Peravai (20 individuals) paid their tribites to the bomb blast sufferers.


Union minister Pon Radhakrishnan additionally paid his tributes along with BJP and RSS cadres.


Hindu outfits pay tributes to serial bomb blasts victims Hindu outfits pay tributes to serial bomb blasts victims Reviewed by kailash soni on February 15, 2018 Rating: 5
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