India Kerala: Temple fireworks blast kills at least 100

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    India Kerala: Temple fireworks blast kills at least 100

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    There was an explosion in a store of fireworks

    Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-36008741
     
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    Check this tweet, seems there is a historical repeated occurrence of the same incident !
     
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    This guy is editor of #The Hindu :frusty:

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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    i think it'll be a fit case to fil complaint against that douchebag evanjihadi editor?

    AFAIK there were demands being raised since earlier to ban the fireworks in some temple in KL. it was probably this Temple only?
     
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    Do you really think FIRE WORK make such destruction??

    Many accidents happened in Sivakasi (WHOLE India manufacturer of Diwali fire works) but death-tole and destruction never reached such a heights.
     
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    Big Expose: Dynamite and not Fire cracker destructed temple in Kerala and killed over 100 people?
    April 10, 2016Articles

    • Since morning we are listening to the reports where it has been reported that Fire broke out in the temple in Kerala and over 100 people died in the accident. PM Modi has cancelled his rallies in Kerala and he has set his relief teams on the work. He himself is visiting Kerala to check the relief work.

      But do you think that the destruction of this level which has happened in this temple is a work of Firecrackers? What is a firecracker? It is an explosive material with very low intensity blasts and which at most can burn down a place if present in a huge quantity. It can not blow away a place in to pieces.

      Now look at the destruction took place at the temple:

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      Is this destruction a work of firecrackers? Or a dynamite? The whole building has came down to pieces. And mind you the blast intensity of a firecracker can not bring a building made up of cement and bricks to ashes like this. This destruction generally require an earthquake or a “Dynamite”.

      Now lets check what ANI reported. In the morning they have posted the images of the “Unexploded Dynamite”. But soon after under some political influence as we feel, they had to give clarification for there dynamite report.

      See the image below.

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      But the truth is in our common sense now. Have you ever seen this kind of “Firecrackers” as seen in the image above? Each stick appears to be longer & thicker than a typical human lower limb.
      And look at the way 20-25 sticks are tightly tied together with ropes. If these things tied together and exploded , the magnitude of destruction increases. They look like explosives (dynamite?) which are used in granite quarry.

      Now just google “Dynamite” and search images, You will find Dynamite as something like this:

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      Dynamites are sticks tied together in many numbers for a greater magnitude of destruction. Now the so called “Firecrackers” found in the temple are long and heavy sticks tied together which makes it a sure shot Dynamite.

      Why media is hiding it is a case of scrutiny but even a child common sense will not believe that this destruction can be caused by a firecracker.

      In Kerala Hindus are on the verge of becoming a minority and are under threat at many places. This attack on a Hindu Temple again shows how Hindus are left to ruin in hell by the communist government.

      http://www.thelotpot.com/big-expose...-temple-in-kerala-and-killed-over-100-people/
    Secular states like WB&Kerala are okay with blasts &Massacre in communal Hindu temples.:frusty:
     
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    Not difficult to know who may be behind this.
     
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    My sympathies to the families of the victims.
    What is unpardonable is the attitude of the organizers and the authorities in not taking care with these festivities. Too many times we see these idiots convert simple darshan as a harrowing experience for the common man.
    And then these stampedes, fires etc only magnify their incompetence. I hope reap what they sow.
     
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    am 100% sure Jihadis killed 110 Hindus in Kerala temple.
     
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    Those seems to be not dynamites but fire crackers. Stop spreading rumors.
     
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    BS.
    my friends have been in there .they were eyewitness.
    .Entire high intensity crackers were within a concrete building .It was these concrete sharpenls and slabs that caused this much death.
    Stop these xenophobic like attitude .
     
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    Rest in Peace.

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    Idiots

    Diwali bombs are also bombs but their main purpose is LIGHTNING and Sounds that's why DURING accidents in MANY manufacturing units of sivakasi(huge quantity) people may burned but BUILDING never COLLAPSE. They can't BLAST ENTIRE BUILDINGS

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    Why they bundled like gelatin sticks?

    Why can't they simply ask CBI enquiry?

    No doubt Mallus&Bongs are shameless and live in their own lala land.
     
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    RIP, proper probe should be conducted... unfortunate incident i wish this accident is due to fire crackers and negligence... if its proven otherwise INDIA WILL SEE COMPLETE CHANGE IN TO HINDU PHOBICS. Hope truth come out as it is... very sad incident.
     
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    I was there at the incident and what I can assure you that is NOTHING here has to do anything with terrorism whatsoever. I live in Paravur, Kollam and never misses these fireworks. I was lucky I decided to go home few minutes before the fire. I was at the back of the ground when the fire broke and some concrete slabs were falling. (I wasn't hit)

    It was caused by a failed fire cracker that apparently got miss collaborated and exploded near the storage. The fire went off and I saw the entire explosion from around 400 meters away. This kind off incident have had happened there before but apparently, this time, it was very unlucky because the unmoderated crowd was close to these storage facilities.

    The failed security hole was because of the immediate arrangements. District collector restricted the fireworks because of a stay order from a heart patient and the committee members was hiding the explosives so it won't get sealed. They were bringing these explosives in a van even while they were conducting the fireworks.

    They were storing 150 Kgs of explosives in place of 15 Kg.
    Rest in piece to the victims.
     
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    Do you know SIVAKASI

    July 7, 2009: Seventeen workers of a cracker factory were burnt to death in a fire accident in the Madurai district of Tamil Nadu.

    July 20, 2009: Eighteen people were killed and 33 injured 23 of them seriously, when a fire swept through the unit which makes crackers at Namaskarichanpatti in Virudhunagar District.

    July 28, 2009: Three workers were killed in the mishap at Anil Fireworks in Keezha Tiruthangal village in Sivakasi

    August 3, 2009: One died in the accident at Classic Fireworks in Meenampatti in Sivakasi.

    August 29, 2009: Two workers were killed and three others injured in a fire accident at a cracker unit in Sattur.

    March 30, 2010: One person was killed and six others injured in a blast at a country-made cracker unit on South Car Street in Dindigul.

    August 5, 2010: An eight-year-old boy was killed in a fire accident reportedly at an illegal cracker unit functioning in a house near Sivakasi.

    August 10, 2010: Eight state government officials suffered severe burns when firecrackers stored at an illegal godown they raided exploded accidentally at D Durai samypuram village, near Sivakasi.

    August 26, 2010: A fireworks employee was killed in a fire accident in a cracker unit near Virudhunagar.

    October 17, 2010: Three persons were charred to death and three others suffered burns when a godown of a cracker manufacturing unit at Ellappan Pettai village, near Cuddalore.

    January 21, 2011: Eight workers were charred to death and sixteen, including five women, were injured in an explosion that took place at a fireworks unit near Virudhunagar.

    March 22, 2011: Crackers worth lakhs of rupees were destroyed in a fire that broke out in a godown at A Lakshmiapuram, near Sivakasi.

    June 5, 2011: A woman worker was killed and another injured in a fire accident at a cracker unit near Sattur.

    August 6, 2011: Six women workers were killed in an accident following an explosion that took place in a fireworks factory near Sivakasi.

    Oct 3, 2011: Two workers were killed in an explosion that took place in a fireworks factory near Sattur.

    December 28, 2011: Four workers were killed on the spot and two others injured in an explosion at a cracker-manufacturing unit near Sivakasi.

    February 3, 2012: A worker was injured in a fire accident at a fireworks unit in Sevalpatti on Friday.

    Feb 28, 2012: Two labourers of a firecracker-manufacturing unit, who were seriously injured in a blast died at a private hospital in Madurai.

    March 7, 2012: A blast at a fireworks unit in Sivakasi claimed the life of one worker and left another seriously injured. The incident occurred at National Paper Caps in Aiyanar Colony.

    May 10, 2012: A 70-year-old man was burnt to death in an explosion at a fire cracker manufacturing unit in Sivakasi in Virudhunagar district.

    March 27, 2012: Two workers who sustained serious burn injuries in a blast at a fireworks unit in Sankarapandiapuram near Sattur succumbed to the injuries at a private hospital in Madurai.

    Aug 10, 2012: A worker at a cracker unit was critically injured in a fire accident at a fireworks unit at Thulukkakurichi near Vembakottai.

    Aug 13, 2012: A woman employee of a fireworks unit was killed in a fire accident at a cracker unit in Maraneri near Virudhunagar.

    Sept 05, 2012: At least 38 people were killed and over 60 injured in one of the worst fire tragedies in Om Sakthi Fireworks, a private cracker manufacturing unit in Mudhalipatti.

    http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/article601806.ece


    AL-MOST ALL deaths are DUE to BURNING no BUILDING ever COLLAPSED even-though their storing capacity of crackers is *10000 times of Kerala temple.
     
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    My suggestion is,grow a brain

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