- February 18th, 2012 Filed under: India News
The breaking news from the Delhi car blast case have said that an Israeli diplomat’s wife, who was reportedly injured in a car bombing attack, was recovering well and “discharged on request” on Friday from a private hospital.
The declaration was made to media by the doctors of the Primus Hospital. Now, there are reports that the lady will fly back to her country for further treatment.
While talking to media about Israeli diplomat’s wife, ND Khurana, medical superintendent at the Primus Hospital said, “She (Tal Yehoshua Koren) has been discharged on request. She said she wanted to be with her family and we decided to discharge her after examining her medical condition.” Read More
India refused to blame any national group or organization for Monday’s bomb attack on a car carrying an Israeli diplomat’s wife. But it claimed that it was an act of terrorist group.
Union home minister P Chidambaram confined his response and said, “I am not pointing fingers at a particular group or organization. However, we condemn the attack in the strongest terms.”
Investigating agencies has no evidence regarding a particular country, but it is clear that the attack has been executed by a well-trained person in support of a group. The bomb used in the Delhi attack has not yet been used even in a terror strike in India. Read More
The first round investigation into the Israel Embassy car blast in New Delhi on yesterday has announced that there is no use of RDX in the attack.
Meanwhile, it is said in reports that the damage to the car was mainly due to the fire and not because of the explosion.
Sources said that high quality sulphur-based compound was used in the car blast.
While talking to media, an official from the investigating agency said, “The bomb was as big as a human palm or slightly bigger than that and a highly trained person on a motorcycle was used to plant it.”
According to them, the bomb had a self triggering device that worked and that do not need a remote control. Read More