Mangaluru Blast: Sharik’s intention was to create communal riots, temple blast on coast: Shobha Karandlaje

Bengaluru: Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje said that Kukkar bomb blast accused Sharik’s intention was to blow up temples and create communal riots on the coast. Speaking at the Vidhana Soudha on Friday, he said that the Mangalore bomb blast is an incident that shocked the coast and the country. He said that he himself had written ‘Tantre Ba Tant’ on the wall a year ago and was involved in this bomb blast.

The arrested accused had written anti-India graffiti, and now he committed the act of bomb blast because there was no thorough investigation against him. He had done ISIS training for more than 40 people. He said that he himself was trained by ISIS.

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The bomb was taken to blow up the Kadri temple. The map of many temples around Mangalore is found in his hand. His intention was to blow up temples and create communal riots on the coast. Those who came as training from Kerala and Karnataka Coastal Syria, who were active in PFI are doing terrorist activities. He said that a lot of information is coming out from the NIA investigation.

The NIA team is stationed in the state. The team that came to investigate Praveen’s murder has camped in Mangalore. Karnataka police should cooperate with the NIA team, he said, adding that there is information about financial transactions, arms and training for terrorist activities. Actions will be taken to eradicate terrorism. Central and state investigation team will do this work. People need not be afraid, he said.

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If the leaders of Maharashtra keep their mouths shut, we can live in peace

On the same occasion, talking about the border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka, the border issue of all the states of the country is a finished chapter. The border dispute can be dug up again and again and political grain can be cooked and unrest can be created in the society. It can create confusion between languages, peoples and states and has no other benefit.

Kannadigas and Marathas are living together in the border area. Don’t fight between us. Don’t let the Kannadigas live like Marathi brothers. We are fine, any speaker is welcome in Karnataka. This is India, there are all languages ​​in India. If the leaders of Maharashtra keep their mouths shut, we can live in peace. He requested that please do it.