Puthiya Tamizhagam seeks setting up anti-terrorism squad in Kovai

Party founder leader and former MLA Krishnaswamy while addressing a press conference in Coimbatore on Thursday said that the DMK government should have joined hands with the Centre and conducted a joint investigation into the Coimbatore car blast which killed a person.
Krishnaswamy
Krishnaswamy

CHENNAI: Puthiya Tamizhagam, a Tamil political party, has called upon the DMK government to constitute an anti-terrorism squad in Coimbatore given the sensitive nature of the town and the recent car blast incident.

Party founder leader and former MLA Krishnaswamy while addressing a press conference in Coimbatore on Thursday said that the DMK government should have joined hands with the Centre and conducted a joint investigation into the Coimbatore car blast which killed a person.

Krishnasamy told mediapersons that the DMK was time and again speaking about the autonomy of the state but has handed over a crucial investigation on a car blast to the National Investigation Agency. The Puthiya Tamizhagam leader called upon the state government to constitute a permanent anti-terrorism squad based out of Coimbatore.

The former MLA also called upon the Chief Minister M.K. Stalin to visit the spot to alleviate fear among the masses after the killing of Jameesha Mubin in the car blast.

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