Unidentified people heaved petroleum bombs at the entry of the Bharatiya Janata Party office on Thursday, 1:30 am. Police has sent off an investigation to grab those engaged criminals.

Police sources said at 1:30 am, unidentified people came on bikes and heaved petroleum bombs at the entry of the BJP office, Vaidyaraman road, T. Nagar which is monitored by police faculty. Nobody was harmed in the occurrence and no significant harm was accounted for from the incident.

Karu Nagarajan, general secretary of the BJP took up the matter with City Police Commissioner Shankar Jiwal. Mambalam Police has enrolled a case and is investigating.

On check of the CCTV, the police captured one suspect Vinodh from Nandanam who has two or three criminal cases pending against him. Starter reports said that the speculate let the police know that the bombs were tossed for the BJP support for NEET issue in the State.

Bharatiya Janata Party’s Karate Thiagarajan faulted the Tamil Nadu government for the supposed bomb assault at the state party office on Thursday.

Addressing to news channel, the BJP leader said, "A petrol bomb was hurled at our office around 1:30 am. A similar incident had taken place 15 years ago with Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)'s role in it. We condemn the Tamil Nadu government's role in this incident..."

"We have also informed the police...BJP cadre doesn't get intimidated with such attacks," Mr Thyagarajan noted.

More details are awaited.