IED Blast Took Place On APJ Abdul Kalam Road Delhi Today; Alerts Have Been Issued
On Friday A Low Intensity Blast Was Observed On The APJ Abdul Kalam Road Delhi. The Incident Took Place Near The Israel Embassy Post Which The Alerts Have Been Issued By The Officials
Near the Israel Embassy on APJ Abdul Kalam Road in Delhi a low-intensity explosion took place on Friday i.e. Jan 29. As per the Delhi Police the shocking blast took place near the pavement and apparently there were no injuries. However, three cars have suffered the damage after the windshield were broken. Surprisingly, the blast took place today, which marks the 29th anniversary of India and Israel establishing full diplomatic relations in 1992. An alert across the state have been issued by the officials post the low-intensity explosion.
Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) took no time to issue an alert to all the airports, government buildings and other prominent places in order to tighten the security across the state. Today during 5.00 pm the fire departments have apparently received the call because the Beating Retreat ceremony was happening at the Rajpath, which is just few kilometres away from the blast which took place on Kalam road.
#WATCH | Delhi Police team near the Israel Embassy where a low-intensity explosion happened.
Nature of explosion being ascertained. Some broken glasses at the spot. No injuries reported; further investigation underway pic.twitter.com/RphSggzeOa
— ANI (@ANI) January 29, 2021
To investigate the blast case, apparently senior officials from the Intelligence Bureau, including Delhi Police officials from the Special Cell and the Crime Branch have arrived at the location. A team of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is also on the way to probe the blast.
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