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Delhi police foils terror attack at Ambala Cantonment station
The Delhi police, acting on a tip off, stumbled upon 5 kilograms of RDX and detonators in a car parked at Ambala Cantonment railway station on Wednesday evening. The car was found with a fake registration number and the hunt for the owner is on.

THE DELHI POLICE averted a major terror plot in Ambala Cantt railway station on Wednesday evening after acting on a tip off. The officers who are still investigating the Delhi High Court bombings came across a deserted Tata Indica with a fake registration outside the station.

Upon further investigation, it was found that the car was laden with 5 kilograms of RDX and detonators following, which a team of National Security Guard was called in. However, it was affirmed that the blasts were not to be carried out at the busy Ambala Cantt station as none of the bombs were found connected with the detonators. Security officials were of the opinion that the attack was to be carried out elsewhere and the car was used to ferry the bombs.

As per local police and the team from Delhi, the car was parked at the station since the afternoon and as they waited in bated breath to pin the culprit, it was by mid-night that they had decided to break open into the car. With the car being handed over to the Haryana police, the RDX was carried to Delhi for forensic examinations.

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