Probe reveals IED found in Ghazipur was part of bomb consignment sent from Pak

Published on Jan 17, 2022 12:04 PM IST
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Delhi Police’s probe into the improvised explosive device (IED) recovered from Ghazipur flower market revealed that it was sent from Pakistan. It was part of a 24-bomb consignment sent from across the border by the Pakistani deep state to local terrorists. The device was a tiffin bomb with 3 kgs of RDX as the core charge & ammonium nitrate as a secondary charge. As per Delhi Police investigators, it was packed in a steel tiffin with nails & ball bearings and could be detonated remotely. Investigators believe the IED consignment came to India around last Independence Day. Watch the full video for more.

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