NIA given control of the Bengaluru café explosion investigation

NewsNIA given control of the Bengaluru café explosion investigation


News agencies reported that the National Investigation Agency has taken over the investigation into the explosion at a Bengaluru café.

On March1, an explosion occurred at the Rameshwaram Café in Brookfield, East Bengaluru, injuring at least nine people. According to the media, which cited the sources, the main suspect in the case is a man who is dressed in a cap, mask and glasses and is currently unaccounted for. Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah has stated on Sunday that, if necessary, his administration might think about the NIA control over the Rameshwaram Café blast case.

The Karnataka Police were also looking into the case’s business rivalry angle. Dr. G Parameswara, the home minister of Karnataka stated on Sunday that one of the aspects being  looked into was whether it was intended to terrorize Bengaluru in light of the upcoming elections. Election time is almost here. The Minister went on, if any organization is beneath it or if there are other motives behind it to terrorize people and make Bengaluru look unsafe… This may have been done to deter investors from coming to Bengaluru or for unidentified reasons, as many are coming here in anticipation of a stable government, according to Parmeshwar.

According to the Minister, jealous rivals in business may have carried out the action. That’s one of the perspectives that’s being talked about. In response to a query about the November 19, 2022, pressure cooker explosion in Mangalore,  Parameshwara stated that while there was a similar configuration of bombs and other equipment, the Rameshwaram Café blast was not the work of the same gang.

The suspect was seen entering the café according to police, who viewed CCTV footage from the area. The suspect started eating idli while toting a bag. According to the officer cited, the suspect was using his cellphone to converse with someone while he was eating. According to a second police officer who is familiar with the investigation, they are attempting to identify the suspects’ phone number and narrow down the list of cell phones that were in the eatery at the time of explosion. Our goal is to determine whether the explosion and the suspect’s cell phone are related in any way. The second officer states, “ We have been looking at over 500 present numbers which were in use in the area at that time.

According to the officer, in an associated incident the police also went to the Parappana Agrahara jail to confirm the identifiers of anyone who might have visited some of the bomb related suspects detained there in various cases. The police claim that the suspect’s pictures were taken when getting on a bus.

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