According to the police, the bomb partially damaged a car and a two-wheeler parked on the porch.
Dhanpal, who is working as a manager in a petrol bunk, noticed the charred vehicles when he returned home from duty earlier in the morning.
The police recovered a metal can containing petrol and wicks.
A case has been registered over the incident and a special police team has been formed to nab the culprits.
Furthermore, on March 7, two petrol bombs were hurled in front of the BJP office in Coimbatore, a day after party's leader H. Raja commented that statues of late Dravidian leader Periyar must be removed from the public places in Tamil Nadu. (ANI)