No proof to name any country's role in Israeli Embassy car blast: India
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
New Delhi, Feb 14, IRNA -- India’s Union Home Secretary R K Singh Tuesday said there is no evidence till now to suggest involvement of any country in the bomb attack on an Israeli mission car in New Delhi.
He told reporters when asked whether there was Iranian hand in yesterday's terror attack that left four persons including Israeli diplomat's wife injured.
The Home Secretary said the investigators are yet to zero on people behind the crime and no material has suggested involvement of any particular country.
Meanwhile, the Home Minister P. Chidamabram today reviewed security situation at a high level meeting, AIR reported. He said investigations are on into the explosion and the perpetrators of this suspected terror attack will be brought to justice.
While condemning the dastardly act, he said special teams have been deployed to trace the motorcycle borne youth who attached a device to the Innova car in which Diplomat’s wife was traveling.
Meanwhile, the investigators are waiting for Central Forensic Lab report, which will reveal the exact nature of the explosive used in the blast.
Islamic Republic News Agency/IRNA NewsCode: 30818212
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