Israel Embassy car blast: Iranian diplomat smuggled explosives?
New Delhi: In a freshtwist to the investigations into the Iranian Diplomat's car blast, reports say that diplomatic channels may have been used to smuggle explosives into India.
Diplomats and embassy officials are exempted from security checks and it is possible that these channels might have been used to bring in the explosives from Iran.
Reports have also not ruled out the involvement of Iranian diplomats who could have used this secured channel to carry explosives into India.
Three Iranian nationals have allegedly been suspected to carry out the blast in the Israeli diplomat’s car on February 13, in New Delhi.
Delhi Police Commissioner BK Gupta had earlier said that Iranian citizens had collected the inside information about the Israeli Embassy through a journalist Syed Ahmad Kazmi. Kazmi was later arrested on March 6.
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