TN: ‘Petrol bomb’ fuels governor-government hostility in Tamil Nadu

CHENNAI: A day after two crude ‘bombs’ (petrol-filled bottles with wicks) had been hurled on the Raj Bhavan gates, the difficulty snowballed right into a full-fledged government-governor wrangle with either side slinging severe accusations at one another.
The governor’s workplace raised the pitch, saying police didn’t register the Raj Bhavan’s grievance on the assault.In response, director-general of police Shankar Jiwal it might be removed from the reality to say that a couple of particular person was concerned within the assault and that the sentry stopped the attackers on Wednesday night.
The state DGP mentioned the wrongdoer was nabbed instantly as a result of the policemen on guard responsibility had been alert and that the Raj Bhavan premises already had heavy safety round it. He mentioned a good and full probe could be achieved within the matter.
State regulation minister S Regupathy charged the governor with constantly spreading hatred in the direction of the Tamil Nadu authorities. “He campaigns like an opposition chief,” the minister mentioned.
Raj Bhavan mentioned: “Truthful investigation is killed earlier than it started.”
The minister rejected the BJP’s allegation that the DMK and its allies had been liable for the assault, and mentioned the incident might be a conspiracy by ‘another person’ to convey a nasty title to the federal government.
“There is no such thing as a want for us to hurl a petrol bomb in our state dominated by us. If some mentally unwell hurls a bomb, how can we be held accountable,” the minister requested.

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