The blast took place at Rameshwaram Cafe in Brookfield on Friday afternoon. The accident happened in the middle of the day. A First Information Report (FIR) regarding the incident has been submitted by the HAL Police Station, which is a part of the Whitefield Division of the Houston Police Department. Several persons were injured as a result of the explosions at various places.

Following is a condensed version of the events that happened on Friday, according to the timeline!

The First Information Report (FIR) states that the suspect, who is around 30 years of age, went to the cafe for lunch around 11:30 am after alighting from the BMTC bus. The suspect was walking towards the cafe. Furthermore, the FIR states that the suspect was picked up and put in jail. This information was taken from comments made by KV Rajesh, who works as a floor supervisor at the café located on ITPL Main Road. His comments became the basis for this information.

Hariharan, who was the floor manager at the café at the time, recognized a person who had ordered rava idli by first purchasing a token for the dish and then placing a bag next to the tree in the hand-washing area. Located. This happened around the same time. In such a situation, Hariharan was successful in identifying that person.

It was reported that a very loud explosion occurred in an area of ​​the hotel that was designated for hand washing. This place was located very close to the seating area for the guests. The incident occurred between 12:50 and 1 pm. The First Information Report (FIR) states that the hotel was filled with smoke, and customers who suffered injuries started leaving the establishment.

This was according to the FIR. Every single one of the hotel's windows was broken, the hotel's roof was damaged, and the tarpaulin shelter attached to the window on the exterior of the building was completely destroyed.

Within a short time, Rajesh, along with other members of the hotel crew including Pasha, Rajesh, Basavaraju, Amit, Naveen, Basavanna, Hariharan, Shiva, Jiya and Kapil, headed towards the spot where the IED exploded. Base.

After some time had passed, when the complainant was brought to the place with great care, he found that all the tiles attached to the iron pillars supporting the balcony had been removed. To add insult to injury, there were traces of explosions on the balcony wall and tiles, as well as iron bolts, washers and other objects scattered in the surrounding area.

According to the First Information Report (FIR), the destruction caused by the blast was detected in several different areas, one of which was the top of the hotel. This was one of the areas most exposed to the explosion.

“During the investigation of this incident, it was revealed that some criminals had pre-planned to plant a bomb in a crowded place like a cafe with the intention of killing members of the general public.” make clear.

The first thing that came to light during the interrogation was that the suspect was wearing a cap, glasses and a mask. This was revealed in the initial investigation. CCTV cameras were used as the basis of the investigation. It is believed that the suspect had a tiffin box bag which was concealed within a larger bag containing the IED. The suspect then placed the tiffin box bag near where the handwashing station is located.

Before the investigation was handed over to the CCB, Bengaluru Police Commissioner B Dayanand said, “The investigation is in full swing and it has been handed over to the City Crime Branch (CCB). ”The investigation has been handed over.” Several different teams are currently focusing on the numerous leads that have been obtained so far. Without exception, every injured person is making progress on the road to recovery. This happened without detaining a single person.

Nine people were injured as a result of the explosion, which was accompanied by loud noise, flames and smoke. Smoke was also present when the explosion occurred. Others suffer from shock and minor injuries, while a woman who is 45 and is currently being treated in the intensive care unit (ICU) has about a forty percent chance of sustaining injuries. Other persons also suffered injuries.

The First Information Report (FIR) indicates that the suspect has been booked under provisions of sections 15 (terrorist act) and 16 (punishment for terrorist act), section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Has been recorded. and Section 324 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or instruments), and relevant sections of the Explosive Substances Act, which include provisions for causing explosions endangering life or property.

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