Blast near Israel embassy in Delhi amid high security

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The police have said that “very low-intensity” IED (improvised explosive device) was used for the detonation…reports Asian Lite News

A low intensity explosion occurred near the Israel Embassy in the national capital on Friday.

Delhi Police said that the explosion took place at the roadside of 5 Aurangzeb Road in the heart of the city. Fire brigade, SWAT and forensic teams rushed to the spot soon after the incident that took place at around 5 pm.

“We are looking into the matter. Multiple police teams have been rushed to the spot. It is yet to be ascertained the kind of material that exploded,” said a senior police officer.

As per fire department information, they received the call at 5.11 pm, and three fire tenders were pressed into service. The window panes of a vehicle parked nearby were damaged.

The polce are looking at the CCTV footages from the locality.

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