The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has made another arrest in connection with the Bengaluru Rameshwaram Cafe blast case. Muzammil Sharif, identified as a key conspirator, was apprehended following raids at 18 locations across three states: Karnataka, tamil Nadu, and Uttar Pradesh. Sharif is currently in NIA custody as a co-conspirator, with authorities intensifying efforts to locate and apprehend the main accused, Mussavir Shajib Hussain, and another conspirator, Abdul Mathin Taha, who are currently at large.

The NIA took over the investigation on march 3, 2024, and has since been pursuing leads to unravel the plot behind the Rameshwaram Cafe blast that occurred on march 1, 2024. Sharif's involvement in assisting the other accused has emerged during the investigation. He reportedly aided in transporting the improvised explosive device (IED) to the Rameshwaram Cafe, resulting in casualties and significant damage to the establishment.

Raids conducted by the NIA have yielded crucial evidence, including wallet PLATFORM' target='_blank' title='digital-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>digital devices and cash, at various locations associated with the accused. The agency continues to conduct thorough investigations and raids to apprehend the absconding suspects, Hussain and Taha. The blast at Rameshwaram Cafe not only caused injuries to customers and staff but also inflicted extensive damage to the cafe premises.

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