A blast has been taken palace outside the Israeli embassy in Delhi on Friday, where three vehicles have been damaged.
Israel said that all the people in its embassy are safe. It considers blast as terror incident. According to Delhi Police, it was a low-intensity explosion, which has been investigated by the Special Cell of NIA and Delhi Police.
Delhi Police said that a very low intensity blast occurred on Friday at 5.05 pm on APJ Abdul Kalam Road near Jindal House. The glass of three vehicles has been broken. Apart from this, no person was injured in this incident.
Initial investigations suggest that the mischievous elements did this to create sensation.
The team of NIA and Forensics have been reached the spot, with the help of CCTV footage, the accused are being searched.
Significantly, the blast took place at a time when the Beating Retreat was organized as the culmination of the Republic Day celebrations where President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were also present.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has spoken to his Israeli counterpart and assured him of complete security to the Israel embassy and its diplomats.
Though the intensity of blast was low, which did not cause much damage.
Security agencies have taken over the entire area after the incident, high alert has been issued for all airports, government buildings and VIP areas.
According to the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), all personnel deployed in the security of airports, important places, government buildings have been put on high alert.
At the same time, the security of sensitive places is also being increased.
The CISF made it clear that their force is capable of dealing with every difficult situation. The airport is being closely monitored.