Crude bomb hurled at BJP office in Thiruvananthapuram, no casualty reported

A crude bomb was hurled at the BJP office here, but there was no casualty, police said on Wednesday.

PTI September 07, 2016 08:44:46 IST
Crude bomb hurled at BJP office in Thiruvananthapuram, no casualty reported

Thiruvananthapuram: A crude bomb was hurled at the BJP office in Thiruvananthapuram, but there was no casualty, police said on Wednesday.

The incident occurred at around midnight.

Crude bomb hurled at BJP office in Thiruvananthapuram no casualty reported

Representational image. News18

Glass panes of the main entrance door were damaged in the incident, Thiruvananthapuram city police commissioner, S Sparjan Kumar told PTI.

There were 3 to 4 BJP workers on the top floor of the office when the crude bomb was hurled, but none were injured.

BJP sources said the crude bomb exploded hardly 45 minutes after state President Kummanam Rajasekharan left the office.

To protest over the incident, BJP is taking out a march to the Secretariat here at 10 am, the sources said.

The incident occurred at the new office of the party.

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