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Anti-nuclear activists booked in connection with explosion near Kudankulam plant via The Times Of India

Police have booked anti-nuclear protesters including S P Udayakumar in connection with the explosion at a village near Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in which six people including three children were killed.

Udayakumar, head of the anti-nuclear People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy, his associates Pushparayan, Mukilan and ‘others’ have been booked under different sections of IPC and Explosive Substances Act, top police sources said.

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A country-made bomb had gone off “accidentally” when some miscreants were making the explosive in their hut at around 6.40pm in Idinathakarai Tsunami colony on Tuesday, about 15 km from the Kudankulam nuclear power plant.

Among the dead were a woman and three children who were all aged below five. Two people were injured in the incident.

The plant was however running safe, DAE officials had said.

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Related article 6 killed in bomb blast in village near Kudankulam nuclear plant via The Times Of India (“M Pushparayan, a leader of the People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy that is spearheading the protests, said the country bombs had nothing to do with their movement nor were their supporters involved in bomb making.”)

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