Two key accused in Bengaluru Rameswaram cafe blast case arrested-NIA

Amaravati: NIA sources revealed that Bengal’s Musavir Shahjeeb Hussain and Abdul Mateen Ahmed Taha were arrested in the Bangalore Rameswaram Cafe blast case on Friday. NIA officials have already identified these two as one of the main conspirators in the blast. The NIA teams are searching hard all over the country to find the whereabouts of these two who are accused in many cases. It has been said that a reward of Rs. 20 lakhs in increments of Rs. 10 lakhs will be given to each of the main accused Musavir Shajib Hussain and Abdul Mateen Ammad Taha. Musavir Hussain Shahjeeb planted the IED in the cafe. Those who know their information contact phone number 080-29510900, info. blr. E-mail nia@gov.in is requested to provide information.
(10 people were seriously injured when a bomb blast took place at Rameswaram Cafe, a popular restaurant in Bangalore, on Friday, March 1. In this incident, a person wearing a mask and cap was found to have traveled by bus and came to the cafe.)

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