Israel Embassy Car Attack: first arrest made by Delhi Police

Delhi Police arrested a journalist as allegedly being part of the conspiracy of Israeli car bombing case that was exposed three-weeks ago.

Syed Mohammed Kazmi, a 50-year-old journalist allegedly to be in touch with the suspect who is believed to have stuck the bomb on Israeli diplomat Tal Yehoshua’s car on February 13.

The Police source said, “The conspiracy was hatched in January 2011. Kazmi collected all the information about the diplomat’s vehicle, including the route it usually took, and passed it on.”

Police official source reported that the accused have been writing for an Iranian publication and there were many evidence against him to show that he had helped the suspect in making the conspiracy of the Israeli Embassy to keep a tab on arrival and departures of the diplomats.

In return of detaining information, Kazmi who had been in regular touch with the suspect, was paid money in dollars.

After being made huge searches by Delhi Police, Kazmi arrested from his native place near Delhi by technical surveillance. But Police claimed that another person connected to the incident could be arrested shortly as police had details of the suspected bomber’s departure from India.

But still Police refused to draw any conclusion regarding the involvement of any person in Israel bomb case of February 13 attack.

Talking to reporters, Official spokesperson in Ministry of External Affairs Syed Akbaruddin said, “As you are aware, investigations are underway in this case…..The investigations are pursuing various leads…and our understanding is that no conclusions can be drawn at this stage,”

On 13 February, along with Israeli diplomat member and an Indian driver of the embassy vehicle, total four people were injured in the blast that took place the day a bomb was discovered on an Israeli diplomat’s car in Tbilisi, Georgia. And after that next three Iranians accidentally blew up their house in Bangkok, Thailand.

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