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Saturday, 30 January 2021

The blast was carried out with the help of ammonium nitrate

Blast outside Israeli embassy:The blast was carried out with the help of ammonium nitrate; CCTV footage showed two suspects

Security has been beefed up outside the Israeli embassy following the attack

The probe into Friday's blast near the Israeli embassy in Delhi has intensified. The forensic team's investigation revealed that ammonium nitrate was used for the blast. The crime branch team found a half-burnt pink scarf and an envelope at the scene. The address of the Israeli embassy is written on it with 'To the Ambassador'. The forensic team has now started investigating the fingerprints.

The cab driver will open the secret of the two suspects. The
police have also identified the two suspects from the CCTV near the spot. The two suspects were seen alighting from a cab. Police have begun questioning the cab driver. A sketch of both the suspects is being prepared with the help of the driver. Police have also raided several areas late at night.

Blast on 29th Diplomatic Anniversary Blast
near Israeli Embassy in Delhi at around 5 pm on Friday. No one was injured in the blast, which occurred about 150 meters from the embassy building, but five vehicles parked nearby were damaged. Israel has called it a terrorist attack. Concerns over the blast were also heightened by the fact that Friday was the 29th anniversary of India-Israel diplomatic relations.

Indo-Israeli Foreign Ministers spoke
on the phone with the Foreign Ministers of India and Israel about the blast. We have taken this incident seriously. The embassy and the diplomats working there are being given full security. The incident is being investigated and no effort will be spared in finding the two accused.

This was followed by a statement from Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi stating that the Indian Foreign Minister had assured the safety of all Israeli diplomats. He also spoke of finding the bomber quickly. I have thanked them. Israel is ready to help in this matter.

Israel's ambassador to
India Ron Malka's statement came after talks between the foreign ministers of the two countries. He said the incident took place on the 29th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. We are working with Indian authorities to track down the attackers and their motives.

VVIPs were present 1.7 km away from the site of the blast
. The site of the blast near the Israeli embassy near Jindal House on APJ Abdul Kalam Road is about 1.7 km from Vijay Chowk. When the blast occurred, there was a beating retreat at Vijay Chowk, attended by many VVIPs, including the President, Prime Minister and Defense Minister.

High alert across the
country A high alert has been issued at 63 airports across the country following the blast in a very safe area of ​​Delhi. The CISF said an alert has been issued for the safety of government buildings, an important institution with 63 airports. The security of Delhi Metro has also been enhanced. A bomb disposal team, including intelligence and crime branch officials, was present at the scene. The surrounding areas are sealed off. Delhi Police Special Cell has started investigation into the incident.

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Israel was targeted 9 years ago. In
February 2012, a car belonging to the Israeli embassy was also targeted. The car of the Israeli ambassador to India was blown up on February 13, 2012. Four people, including the ambassador's driver, were injured. Israel accused Iran of attack. This is the first blast in the capital Delhi during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tenure.

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