An explosion occurred near the Israeli embassy in the Indian capital, Delhi.

Reports indicate the blast was mild and left no injuries except damaging the nearby vehicles.

BBC reported the blast intensity was very low, the incident was regarded as a “terrorist incident” by Israeli officials.

The crude bomb was placed in a flower pot on the road divider, but a letter was found nearby that described the blast as a “trailer”, and referred to two Iranians killed “Qasem Soleimani and Mohsen Fakhrizadeh”, the Indian Express reported.

Indian Express quoted unknown sources, that “Forensic experts have found broken pieces of a cold drink can and ball bearings from the spot. Prime facie it appears that explosives and ball bearings were stuffed in the can. It was planted in such a manner that the impact was felt towards the road. The ball bearings hit the cars. Police have not found any device or battery at the spot,”.

The bomb is said to have went off at around 5 pm in the evening on Friday.

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