Twenty-four people were injured in a blast at a food plaza at the crowded Mumbai Central station on Friday evening.
Twenty-two were taken to the nearby Nair Hospital and thirteen of them were discharged after first-aid.
It was initially thought to be a cylinder blast, but later in the evening Western Railway Chief Public Relations Officer Shailendra Kumar ruled out the possibility. He told rediff.com that the cause of the explosion was being investigated.
Those injured were Anil Arora (40), Rajendra Dadhij (52), Babulal Raghunath (38), Kausar Ali (22), Manish Gupta (22), Maheshbhai, Ganesh Rao (29), Ashok Ramchandra Mistry (35), Sharish Nair (McDonald's employee) Vinod Uttam Bhive (15), Ram Gopal (23), Mohd Rasiklal Khan (22), Pravin Sonawane (18), Shankar Manilal (18), Dasharath (22), Pappu (20), Kundan Kumar Singh (25), Mintoo (15), Ishwarlal (40), Bhanwarlal Kokar, Anita Rego (20), Mahesh Patel (34), Paul Anvil (29), James Louis (23)