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Rameshwaram Cafe: Bengaluru’s indispensable eatery to reopen on March 9 after blast that injured 10

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Bengaluru’s Rameshwaram Cafe is reopening after a blast. NIA gives a ₹10 lakh ($12K) reward for info on the bomber. Fresh CCTV footage reveals the suspect boarding a bus.

Bengaluru’s notorious eatery, ‘The Rameshwaram Cafe’, is all location to renew operations on Saturday (March 9), following a low-intensity blast per week in the past. Co-founders Divya and Raghavendra Rao secure confirmed the attendance of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy CM DK Shivakumar, and Dwelling Minister Dr G Parameshwara on the reopening ceremony.

Per the blast, the Nationwide Investigation Agency (NIA) introduced a ₹10 lakh ($12K) cash reward for any info main to the arrest of the suspected bomber. Taking payment of the probe earlier this week, NIA has intensified efforts to unravel the circumstances surrounding the explosion, which left no now not as much as 10 contributors wounded.

Fresh CCTV footage emerges

Unusual CCTV footage has surfaced, exhibiting the suspected bomber boarding a BMTC bus. This footage, sourced by news company PTI, reveals the suspect wearing a cap, face veil, glasses, unlit shoes and pants, and a greyish-inexperienced button-up shirt—moments sooner than the incident.

Rameshwaram Cafe blast suspect spotted inside of  BMTC bus. Supply: Twitter

Earlier footage retrieved from the cafe’s neighborhood captured potentialities gathered on the billing counter mere moments sooner than the explosion occurred. Authorities secure bought a extensive quantity of CCTV footage, estimated at 40 to 50 recordings, to aid in the investigation.

Karnataka’s Director Usual of Police, Alok Mohan, addressed the blast, affirming ongoing investigations into the matter. FSL (Forensic Science Laboratory) teams secure been deployed to scrutinise the premises, whereas city Police Commissioner and other officers remain actively concerned with the inquiry.

Preliminary assessments point out that the explosion changed into once orchestrated thru an Improvised Explosive Utility (IED). Consequently, the Karnataka Police has registered a case below the Unlawful Actions (Prevention) Act and Explosives Substances Act, intensifying efforts to title and arrest those responsible.

(With inputs from companies)

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