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Serial bomb blast Rocks Bangalore

Eight Low Intensity blasts rock the IT City Bangalore in a span of 20 to 30 minutes.

It is assumed that the bombs used had a timer device on them.

The blasts apparently injured 6 people and killed one lady who was waiting for a bus. The injured have been taken to Malya Hospital.

Presently the traffic is normal in Bangalore. There have been reports of telephone lines being jammed.

The authorities have made it clear that the IT industry was not the target.

The authorities have no idea at the moment of the suspects behind the blasts, or that any more blasts are planed ahead. They however advise the citizens to go about their normal lives. There have been no organizations or individuals named, the investigations are on and we can expect more clarifications soon. The police have said that the blasts were intended to cause panic.

The first blast took place at Raja Ram Mohun Roy circle at around 1320 hrs IST.

The explosions shook Sirjapur Road, Nayandhalli, Madiwala checkpost, Adigudi, Rajaram and Raja Ram Mohan Rai Circle.

All the blasts took place with 15 minutes of each other.

Bomb disposal squads have been rushed to the blast sites and telephone network have been jammed to stop the spread of rumours.

According to the police gelatin sticks were used in the blasts.

Bangalore Police Commissioner Shankar M Bidari said, “We are monitoring the situation and request all residents to continue with their normal routine. The bomb squad and explosives experts are on the spot. We will deal with the situation.”


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