No Malaysian Nationals Were Harmed in Bengaluru’s Rameshwaram Cafe Bombing

Following the bomb blast at Rameshwaram Cafe in Bengaluru, India, on March 1, the Malaysian Foreign Ministry assured that no Malaysians, including students, had been affected. The explosion  had resulted in injuries to at least eight individuals, including cafe staff and a customer. The Consulate General of Malaysia in Chennai is actively monitoring the situation and has urged Malaysians in Bengaluru to stay informed, exercise caution, and follow local authorities’ advisories while avoiding crowded areas as investigations are undergoing.

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The blast, suspected to be caused by a homemade bomb, occurred just after 1 p.m. (07:30 GMT) on Friday, targeting crowds from nearby offices during lunchtime. Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar revealed that the Rameshwaram cafe blast is under thorough investigation, with 7-8 teams assigned. A youth placed a small bag, leading to a low-intensity explosion after an hour.

For those requiring consular assistance, the Consulate General of Malaysia in Chennai can be reached at Consulate General of Malaysia, No. 7 (Old No. 3) 1st Street, Cenotaph Road, Teynampet, Chennai 600 018 Tamil Nadu, India, or through the phone number (0091 44 2433 4434/35/36) and email address,

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