Coimbatore Blast: Nails Proved Fatal For Mubeen; Accused Shifted To Chennai For Trial

Swarajya Staff

Nov 08, 2022, 11:22 AM | Updated 12:15 PM IST

Coimbatore Blast Case
Coimbatore Blast Case

The post-mortem report of Jameesha Mubeen, who died in his attempt to execute a terror attack, has concluded that he died due to a nail piercing his heart.

Mubeen had used a large quantity of two-inch long nails and glass marbles to make his bomb more lethal. While he had severe burn injuries and several nails entered his body, immediate death was caused by the nail that entered his heart.

Meanwhile, the six persons arrested in the case—Muhammad Thalha, Muhammad Azharudheen, Muhammad Riyas, Firoz Ismail Muhammad Nawaz Ismail and Afsar Khan have been shifted from Coimbatore to Puzhal Central Prison in Chennai for trial.

The trial will be conducted by the NIA Special Court at Poonamallee in Chennai.

Also Read: Coimbatore Blast: Of 100 Videos In Pendrive Seized By NIA, 40 Feature Zahran Hashim, Mastermind Of Colombo Easter Day Bombings

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