Was Israeli Embassy blast remote control triggered?

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New Delhi, Feb 14: The Israeli Embassy car blast could have been triggered by a remote control, said sources.

According to sources, since a magnetic device was struck to the car, it couldn't have been the handiwork of a timer.

The Israeli Embassy blast shook New Delhi on Monday, Feb 13, with mixed reactions pouring in that it could be an LPG cyclinder blast, though terror angle was not ruled out. It was later confirmed to be a terror attack on Israeli Embassy, according to Israeli officials.

The attacks have however, raised suspicion on why the Israeli Embassy was attacked in India.

The police is on a manhunt across the city, scanning through hotels, asking all Iranians in the state to give their Identification cards and passports to nab the culprits.

Meanwhile, based on the eyewitnesses account, a biker "appearing to be 25-year-old", pasted a magnetic device to the rear of the car and escaped after taking a left.

Another blast in the country after the Delhi High court blast on Sep 7, 2011 highlights the security lapses in the country.

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