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FIR lodged under Explosive Act in case of blast near Israel Embassy, ​​Amit Shah took important meeting

new Delhi: On Friday, the Delhi Police has stepped up the investigation in the blast case near Israel Embassy. Special Cell of Delhi Police has registered an FIR under the Explosive Act for the blast case near Israel Embassy. Along with this, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also become active in this matter and he held a meeting with top officials.

After the blast outside Israel Embassy in Delhi, Home Minister Amit Shah took an important meeting. Top officials of security and intelligence agencies were present in this meeting with Amit Shah. Delhi Police has received instructions to complete its investigation in this matter soon. Along with this, intelligence agencies were ordered to provide all possible help to Delhi Police.

Let me tell you that a low intensity IED blast occurred outside the Israeli embassy in Delhi on Friday evening. Officials said India’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval spoke to his Israeli counterpart Mir Ben Shabbat and apprised them of the situation and ongoing investigations after the bombings near the Israeli embassy.

Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has also handled the front in this matter. Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar also spoke to his Israeli counterpart Gabi Ashkenji and assured him to give full security to diplomats and the embassy.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed full confidence in India in this matter. Israeli PM Benjamin says that India is confident that their officials will ensure the safety.

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said on the explosion near the embassy in Delhi – confident, India will protect Israelis


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