Crude Bomb Found At Israel Embassy In Delhi
NEW DELHI, (IANS) – In the latest development following the blast outside the Israel Embassy in Delhi on December 26, forensic experts have found more than two dozen pellets from the site, shedding light on the nature of the explosion.
Official sources revealed that it was a low-intensity blast involving a crude bomb.
Elaborating further, a senior official said that initial observations suggest a low-intensity blast, likely caused by using a crude bomb. “We are meticulously analyzing every exhibit collected from the site,” the official added.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police said in a statement that teams from central agencies visited the spot and collected some samples of soil, leaves and objects lying around the area for further examination.
The central agencies, including the National Investigation Agency (NIA), were present at the site, adding to the significant police presence.
Sources said that a letter retrieved from the spot, on December 26, was found to be abusive in nature. The typed words on the letter, included ‘Sir Allah Resistance’.
Sources revealed that after scrutinizing multiple CCTV footage, the police have narrowed down their focus on two individuals suspected of approaching the area just before the explosion.