During a prayer meeting held by a Christian group at a convention centre in Kerala, southern India, a series of explosions occurred, resulting in one death and several injuries. The convention was organized by the Jehovah’s Witnesses and had over 2,000 registrations. The chief minister of Kerala expressed his condolences and stated that investigations are underway. The health minister has instructed the medical departments to provide excellent treatment for the victims. The cause of the explosions is still unknown, and further details are being collected. The explosions occurred after the end of a prayer session, and the Jehovah’s Witnesses regional spokesperson described the sequence of blasts. Jehovah’s Witnesses is an international Christian denomination known for their non-violence and door-to-door evangelism. They have faced persecution throughout history. Around 2% of India’s population is Christian.