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Bengaluru Rameshwaram Cafe Blast | Investigation of Rameswaram Cafe blast case to 'NIA' | leader

Leaders Online Desk: Famous Rameswaram Cafe in Bangalore The investigation into the blast case has been handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA), sources said on Monday. At least 10 people were injured in the March 1 blast at Rameswaram Cafe in East Bangalore's Brookfield. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has handed over the case to the NIA. NIA officials will handle the case from Monday (11). No information has yet come out about who caused this IED blast in Rameshwaram Cafe. (Bengaluru Rameshwaram Cafe Blast)

Investigation to NIA

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has handed over the case to the NIA. NIA officials will handle the case from Monday (11). At least 10 people were injured in this incident and all of them are currently undergoing treatment in many private hospitals. The Karnataka government has already announced that the state government will take responsibility for the treatment of the injured.

Bengaluru Rameshwaram Cafe Blast: What Really Happened?

Rameswaram Cafe is a famous cafe in Bangalore. The cafe is located in the Brookfield area of ​​Whitefield, the city's business center and famous tech hub. The IED blast here brought fresh memories of the German bakery incident in Pune. According to the police, a woman was sitting in the cafe with six people. Then the bag behind him exploded. Preliminary investigation has revealed that the accused is 25 to 30 years old. He was seen getting off the bus near the restaurant and walking. A senior police officer said that when checking the footage of the CCTV cameras installed in the restaurant and surrounding areas, the youth had a mask on his face. He came to the cafe. Here he paid at the cash counter and took the rava idli token. After eating the idli, he left the bag near the dustbin and went out. And then there was an explosion.

Raghavendra Rao, co-founder and CEO of Rameswaram Cafe, said that the central and state governments should ensure that such incidents do not happen in future and called for strict action. He also refuted professional animosity, saying no one in business circles would be likely to do such a harmful act.

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