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Blast near Israel Embassy: Special NSG team visits spot for post-blast analysis

Earlier in the day, an investigation team of Delhi Police’s Special Cell visited the site near the embassy to collect more evidence as part of its ongoing probe.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 30 Jan 2021 1:23 PM GMT

Blast near Israel Embassy: Special NSG team visits spot for post-blast analysis
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Minor blast reported near Israeli embassy in Delhi, cars damaged
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NEW DELHI: Delhi Police’s Special Cell is questioning some people, including a few Iranian nationals, in connection with the minor blast near the Israeli Embassy, official sources said on Saturday.

A team from the National Bomb Data Centre (NBDC) of the NSG visited the spot for post-blast analysis, a senior officer said. In addition, that the findings will be shared with the Delhi Police team investigating the case.

Minor Blast:

The minor blast took place on Friday evening in a high-security zone of the national capital. No one was injured.

An envelope addressed to the Israeli Embassy. And containing a note was found at the site of the blast, sources had said. Also, it had reportedly suggest an Iranian link to the incident.

Earlier in the day, an investigation team of Delhi Police’s Special Cell visited the site near the embassy to collect more evidence as part of its ongoing probe.

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A case has been registered and the Special Cell is investigating the matter.

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