New Delhi: During the investigation of the blast near the Israeli Embassy in the capital Delhi, Delhi Police has found many pieces of evidence. Police have received information about 2 people who went to the scene before the blast. Police said two people were seen getting off the cab near the Israeli embassy on CCTV.
However, it is not yet known whether the hand of both those people is in this blast or not. The police are questioning the cab driver. Apart from this, an envelope has also been found by chance. The letter addresses the Israeli ambassador. Police are investigating his fingerprints and envelope documents.
Meanwhile, Israeli Ambassador, Ron Malka has called the blast near the Israeli embassy in Delhi a terrorist attack. He said that the detonators are being traced. The blast was targeted by the Israeli embassy.
According to sources, “The forensic team has found evidence of the use of ammonium nitrate for the blast, causing a small pit at the site of the explosion.” The sources also said that if RDX were used, the explosion The effect would have been greater. Sources also said that the police also recovered a half-burnt pink scarf based on a separate CCTV footage and an envelope addressed to the Israeli ambassador from the blast site.
The envelope found from the spot has been found only 12 yards from the blast site. Police sources have said that the letter was addressed to the Israeli ambassador. Police are investigating his fingerprints and envelope documents.
Explain that a low-intensity explosion occurred near the Israeli embassy last evening. However, no one was injured in the incident. Glasses of several cars parked in the vicinity were broken. The blast was not far from the victory check, where President V Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several VVIPs were present during the shibbing retreat ceremony.
Special Cell of Delhi Police is investigating the blast. According to police sources, in the initial investigation, it seems that some mischievous element has done this for the purpose of spreading panic. Security arrangements have been tightened in and around the area. In the wake of this explosion, an alert has also been issued at all airports, important establishments and government buildings.