Major terror attack averted in Kerala

1/6/2018

Bombs, landmines found under railway bridge Agencies, Malappuram A major terror attack was averted in Kerala on Friday after a huge cache of explosives was seized from under a bridge. The Kerala Police found landmines under a railway bridge in Malappuram. Bombs have been defused. On Wednesday, veteran Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader and Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan lavished praise on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for putting up a tough resistance against imperialist America better than Communist-ruled China. Addressing a CPI(M) district committee meet at Kozhikode, Vijayan had said North Korea was showcasing a better example in defending imperialist forces. A few days ago, a flex board of the North Korean leader, brought out as part of a programme of CPI(M) in Idukki district, was removed by the party after it triggered a controversy.The local leaders of the Left party later had to clarify that Kim’s photo was included by mistake.

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