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‘It was a trailer’; blast near Israeli embassy left letter warning of further strikes

The IED blast near the Israeli embassy in Delhi has once again alerted security agencies about terrorist incidents. 

An unidentified terrorist organization named Jaish-ul-Hind claimed responsibility for the IED blast, but security agencies are still investigating it.

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 At the same time, there are some indications from the things written in the letter found in the blast site. In the letter, the small explosion is described as a trailer. 

The Times of India quoted sources as saying that investigators had received an envelope and letter from the blast site. 

Sources in Delhi Police have said that the blast has been described as a trailer in the letter. The letter mentions the assassination of former Iranian military officer Qasim Sulemani and Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. 

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Suleimani was killed in a US air strike in January 2020 while a nuclear scientist was killed in November 2020, accusing Israel.

The letter found outside the Israeli embassy reads, “”This is a trailer. We can end your life, anytime, anywhere. Iranian martyr…”

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However, it is not yet known whether these individuals have any role in the explosion. The Delhi Police Special Cell contacted the concerned cab driver and inquired about the two persons. 

Police are extracting photographs of both the individuals based on the input from the cab driver. Sources have reported that ammonium nitrate was used for the blast. 

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Earlier in February 2012, when an Israeli diplomat was stopped at a signal near the Prime Minister’s residence in Delhi by putting a magnetic sticker in an Israeli diplomat’s car, Mossad’s investigation revealed that Iran was involved in it.

 Iran, however, denied having any involvement in the eight-year-old incident. Now Mossad is closely monitoring the IDD blast incident near the Israeli embassy in Delhi. The explosion occurred on the 29th anniversary of Indo-Israeli diplomatic relations.

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