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Coimbatore, known for its textile mills & automobile industry, has recently been under the spotlight over a blast that took place in the vicinity of Kottai Easwaran Temple.

In this thread, I will draw the timeline of the events and probe into the terror plot. (1/n) Image

Time: 11:25 pm

'Engineer' Jamesha Mubin was seen loading an LPG cylinder onto his Maruti 800 car.

Mohammad Riyaz, Feroz Ismail, and Mohammad Navaz Ismail were seen helping out Mubin in CCTV footage.


Time: 4am

Mubin's car explodes mid-journey in the Ukkadam area near Kottai Easwaran Temple.

His body was unrecognisable. Preliminary probe revealed that one of the 2 cylinders onboard the car had exploded.… (3/n)
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Aim of the webinar is to provide the working class with an understanding of the disease and how it can be fought. -- @DavidNorthWSWS #EndCOVD #October24
The cost in human lives is the product of a very deliberate policy. — David North. All politics and all policy are in the end about social and economic interests. — David North
The case for #elimination is so clear, so persuasive, that it would at first seem hard to understand how it could be argued against. — David North
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Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding, Federation of American Scientists, speaks to how vaccine patents and corporate ownership of healthcare are a major impediment to dealing with the pandemic #EndCOVID #October24 #Covid_19 #COVID19
"There is so much injustice to this. The moral character of healthcare has been broken by politics." — Dr. Feigl-Ding
"Scientists and advocates cannot be begging for adequate funding. We have to wield political power to effect justice." — Dr. Feigl-Ding
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“In South Asia the public health care system is in a terrible state, from decades of neglect and decay, particularly in the countryside.” — Dr. Zayar #EndCOVID #October24 #COVID19 #Globalhealth #WorldPolioDay2021 #India #Pakistan #Srilanka #Bangladesh #Nepal
"Even basic needs like water and sanitation are not met. The cities are covered in slums. Under these conditions the fight against the pandemic is a great challenge." -- Dr. Zayar.
“No mass testing or contact tracing has been conducted. Lockdown was imposed without any aid given to the millions of working masses.” -- Dr. Zayar
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