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The Delhi Police on Friday recovered an Improvised explosive device (IED) from an unattended bag at Ghazipur Flower Market on Friday.

A bomb disposal squad of National Security Guard (NSG) defused the IED recovered from Ghazipur. 

The weight of IED was approximately 3 kg. The NSG received information from Delhi Police around 11 am and the explosive was defused around 1.30 pm.

NSG Director General MA Ganapathy informed that the Bomb Disposal Squad of NSG prima facie found chemical compounds like RDX and Ammonium Nitrate in the manufacture of IED recovered from Ghazipur.

The NSG said samples of the IED have been collected and team will submit a report on the chemical component used to assemble the explosive. 

Delhi Police officials also informed that fire engines have been sent to the site.

With inputs for ANI





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