IED found in Ghazipur ‘military grade, points to external elements'
The Indian Express Delhi|January 16, 2022
A DAY after an improvised explosive device (IED) was discovered inside an unattended bag at East Delhi's Ghazipur flower market, police said preliminary forensic examination has revealed that it was a military-grade explosive, which is not easily available and has been used in the past by "external elements" for making bombs.
MAHENDER SINGH MANRAL

Security agencies had a scare on Friday as the IED, set to go off at 11.40 am, was discovered a little over an hour earlier. It was destroyed via a controlled explosion by the National Security Guard's (NSG) bomb detection and disposal team, which first created an eight-foot-deep ditch in an open area. An FIR has been registered at the Special Cell police station.

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