A major fire erupted in Bangalore, India. The fire, was reportedly ignited by a cylinder blast in the Mudpipe Cafe in Bengaluru. Swiftly responding to the emergency, eight fire tenders were dispatched to the scene to combat the flames and ensure the safety of all individuals present. The situation was chaotic, with onlookers describing it as a scene of panic.
During the incident, two individuals sustained severe injuries, intensifying the gravity of the situation. In a desperate attempt to escape the inferno, one man leapt from the terrace, emphasizing the sheer panic that had gripped those in attendance.
The local fire department promptly reacted to the crisis, with fire officers describing their efforts to combat the flames. Eyewitnesses in the vicinity reported hearing explosion-like sounds before the fire erupted. These accounts, coupled with visuals of the incident shared on social media, added to the overall sense of alarm and distress.
Shameless Pakistan Give Terrorist Angle To Cylinder Blast In Bengaluru
One fire officer stated, “People in the vicinity heard blast-like sounds. We had sent eight fire tenders to the spot and our senior officers were there. The fire has been extinguished. Two people have suffered major injuries.”
As word of the incident spread, it reached the ears of Pakistani cricket fans who were eagerly awaiting to support their team. The Pakistan cricket team had been practising nearby at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. The incident naturally alarmed them.
However, it is essential to note that an atmosphere of undue fear was cultivated, largely fueled by Pakistani journalists taking to social media to disseminate unverified information. This, in turn, triggered a false terror alarm within the Pakistani cricket community.
The situation was further compounded by the recent experiences of Pakistani fans during the Cricket World Cup in India. Complaints about visa issues, last-minute schedule changes, and adverse crowd behaviour were already weighing heavily on the minds of Pakistani supporters, particularly after their team’s disappointing seven-wicket defeat against India. However, these Pakistanis always try to spread fake news and harm India in every possible way. A terrorist-instigating country does not know the difference between a cylinder blast and a bomb blast.
.The incident also highlights the significance of responsible journalism, as the spread of unverified information can lead to unnecessary panic and anxiety. Reliable and accurate reporting should be a top priority.
Blast in Bangalore. And they say India is safe. Pakistan must raise security concerns for the cricket team which is currently in this city and have their match against Australia on Friday. pic.twitter.com/SP3kkD6BjQ
— Wajahat Kazmi (@KazmiWajahat) October 18, 2023