The explosion occurred at The Rameshwaram Cafe, a famous eatery in Karnataka's Bengaluru, was a low intensity timer-based Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah confirmed on Friday. At least nine people have been injured in the incident.

Bengaluru Police have registered a case under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and Explosive Substances Act in connection with the explosion at the city's popular eatery Rameshwaram Cafe on Friday, officials said.

What has been found in the

investigation so far is that it was a low-intensity IED blast which was triggered using a timer. A 9-volt battery was installed in the device. Nuts and bolts were used in the IED instead of shrapnels, officials informed.

More to this incident, the cops have noticed a person in the CCTV footage who entered the cafe, took a token from the cash counter and kept his bag in the dining area. The police suspect that the same person may have carried out the blast.

Cafe explosion is a bomb blast, will find those behind it, said Karnataka DGP.
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