High alert has been issued for all airports and government buildings across the country following a low-intensity blast near the Israeli Embassy in the national capital Delhi. A Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) official said that a high alert has been issued for all airports and government buildings across the country. In the initial investigation, it has been clear that the purpose behind the blast of low intensity was to give only one message, that it can also cause a big explosion. Security agencies are on high alert after this blast, because this blast could be a trial of a big conspiracy.
According to sources, the police has received footage of a CCTV camera from the spot in which the time of 1970 is coming. There is live footage going on in it, but the investigative agency is facing trouble in retrieving the back footage. Where there is a blast there is a pit, ball baring and IED have been recovered from there.
Traces of ammonium nitrate use found
The forensic team has found traces of the use of ammonium nitrate, as the pit was reduced. Had RDX been used, the pit and impact would have been higher. A pink colored scarf has been found on the spot, which is half burnt. Police are looking for connection of Pink Dupatta of Blast. The envelope which has been recovered from the spot is a single blank, which is found far away from the spot, whose finger prints will be traced.
Security tightened across the state including capital Mumbai
As a precautionary step following the explosion near the Israeli embassy in the national capital, the Maharashtra Police has tightened security across the state including the capital Mumbai. Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Home Minister Anil Deshmukh along with top officials of the Home Department reviewed the security situation in the state after the blast in the national capital and issued orders to increase security measures.
Amit Shah’s tour of West Bengal postponed
Home Minister Amit Shah’s two-day tour of West Bengal, which starts from Saturday, has been postponed. Amit Shah was to reach Kolkata in West Bengal on Friday night and participate in the organization’s programs on Saturday and Sunday. Sources say that in view of the atmosphere arising out of the Delhi violence and bomb blasts near the Israeli Embassy, Home Minister Amit Shah has postponed the tour of West Bengal for the time being.