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The Israeli ambassador called the embassy bombing in India a terrorist attack, and the police launched an investigation.

The Israeli ambassador called the embassy bombing in India a terrorist attack, and the police launched an investigation.

January 31 – According to a report by the Central News Agency, Ron Malk, Israel’s ambassador to India, said on the 30th that the bombing in front of the Israeli Embassy in India on the evening of the 29th local time was a terrorist attack, which may be related to the 2012 attack against Israeli diplomats in New Delhi.

The attack is related to the attack.

The explosion occurred on the evening of the 29th local time.

Fortunately, the low-intensity explosion resulted in no casualties, which only caused damage to the windshield of several cars near the road where the Israeli Embassy was located.

Marka said that the bombing may be related to the attack on Israeli diplomats in New Delhi in 2012.

But Marka also said that since the investigation of the case is still in its preliminary stage, it is too early to say who controlled the attack behind the scenes.” Our assumption is that this is a terrorist attack, and the target is the Israeli Embassy.”

Police sources revealed that police found half of the burned pink scarves from the scene of the explosion, found a letter to the Israeli embassy about 11 meters away from the scene of the explosion, and found a closed-circuit television at the scene of the explosion, but it was difficult to find the exact content from the closed-circuit television.

The police are investigating the fingerprints and contents of the envelope.

According to the preliminary analysis of the police, this is an explosion intended to spread panic.

It is reported that the explosion site is only a few meters away from the Israeli Embassy, 1,400 meters from Victory Square in front of Mount Richina in the Indian presidential palace, and about 300 meters from the Prime Minister’s residence.

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