Blast Near The Israel Embassy, Cars Windscreens Damaged, No Injury

An explosion caused by a “very low-intensity improvised device” near the Israeli embassy in New Delhi. Blast caused several cars windscreens damaged, no one is injured.A very low-intensity improvised device near 5, APJ Abdul Kalam Road near Jindal House. Explosion shattered the windscreens of three cars in the area, Delhi Police said adding that there were no injuries. Home Minister Amit Shah took brief from Delhi Police commissioner SN Shrivastava and chief of the Intelligence Bureau Arvind Kumar over the blast. NSA Ajit Doval has also been informed shortly after the incident. It is not been sure yet, whether it is a terror attack or not. All agencies are coordinating to probe the incident,” said an officer.The explosion took place on the anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between India and Israel. India and Israel established diplomatic ties on January 29, 1992.Forensic teams of Delhi Police are at the spot to collect explosive samples. Alerts issued to all airports and government buildings after the explosion.