On the night of Monday in the Georgian opposition TV channel "Maestro" in Tbilisi, an explosion occurred, sends agency Interfax.
It clarifies the agency for about three hours of the night during the broadcast of a live transmission of socio-political "Camera Number 5, attackers threw a grenade into the house TV. About the victims of accidents are not reported.
Drive "Camera Number 5" Zaza Papuashvili, commenting on the explosion in the building of the TV, called the event "the last chord of power," stressing that "the terror in this country continues."
Note that the channel "Maestro" to transmit a live broadcast of opposition protests demanding the resignation of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili. Sending "Camera Number five is the author's program of opposition singer George Gachechiladze, the brother of one of the incoming opposition leader Levan Gachechiladze.
Recall, protests continue in Georgia on 9 April 2009. Opposition call for the resignation of Saakashvili, and insist on holding early parliamentary and presidential elections.