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Delhi police got blast call
September 28, 2008 16:16 IST
The two men were detained on Saturday night after Delhi was hit by a bomb blast in Mehrauli area in which three people have succumbed to their injuries and 23 others have been wounded, a Faridabad police officer said on Sunday.
He said the call was traced to a cell phone belonging to man from Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh [Images], who had allegedly made the call to the Delhi police on Friday evening.
The man, who had made the call from the vicinity of a mobile phone tower in Mohan Nagar area, had stated "Delhi bachaloh, blast hoga" (Save Delhi, there will be blast), he said.
The man had allegedly purchased the SIM card from a shopowner in Bikam Colony in Ballabgarh area, the police officer said, adding that the two have been detained for questioning and that they have not yet been arrested.
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