A bomb with low explosive potential was detonated close to a nuclear facility in India. The blast however, killed six people, although it left the nuclear facilities untouched.
The bomb is thought to have been 'cooked up' in an unprofessional fashion, erasing the doubt that it could be the result of foreign terrorists' action.
Three people have already been detained following the incident. They are believed to be demonstrators affiliated with activism that aims to curb nuclear power or reliance on nuclear facilities.
Two more bombs were found in the vicinity of the first one, but they were unexploded.
The power plant is in an area of Tamil Nadu state, and has long been the source of protest by the locals.
The three activists have been charged under the Explosive Substances Act, which places them in a similar position as would be terrorists of the state. Included in the indictment are also charges for first murder but not criminal conspiracy.
Source : Al Jazeera/ 11.27.13