Delhi Police sources said on Monday that the psycho-analysis test of four suspects arrested from Ladakh in connection with the Israel Embassy blasts case in Delhi found that two of them were telling “partial truths” about their role in the blast. .
The four accused were arrested in a separate case in connection with the Israel Embassy blasts case as well as conspiracy to plan and carry out terrorist activities in the capital Delhi.
According to sources, the four accused were in Delhi on the day of the incident, their phones were switched off and they all left the city after the blast. Police sources said these students were active on social media and were constantly commenting on the Palestine-Israeli conflict. Apart from this report, the Special Cell does not have sufficient evidence against these accused.
Psychoanalysis test of 2 of the accused, in connection with a blast that took place on January 29th outside the Israel Embassy in Delhi, suggests that the accused are speaking ‘partial truth’: Delhi Police Special Cell sources
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The four accused were arrested from Kargil on June 24. A team of Delhi Police went to Kargil to arrest the four students and later obtained transit remand from a local court to bring them to Delhi.
The arrested accused – Nazir Hussain (26), Zulfikar Ali Wazir (25), Ayaz Hussain (28) and Muzammil Hussain (25), all hailed from Thang village in Ladakh’s Kargil district, police said in a statement. Police said that these people were allegedly planning and carrying out terrorist activities in the capital Delhi.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is conducting the main investigation into the January 29 explosion near the Israeli embassy. The windows of several cars parked around the embassy on Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Road in the capital were found damaged during the blast.
At the time, sources confirmed that ammonium nitrate was used for the blast and said the blast could be a trial of a “larger conspiracy”.