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Patil reviews situation
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 27
Earlier on, the Delhi police had received a call threatening blasts in the Capital, which was traced to a PCO in Faridabad. Central agencies have been directed to look into the matter. Within hours of the bomb blast that rocked Mehrauli in South Delhi area, home minister Shivraj Patil today reviewed the situation with top officials of his ministry and extended all assistance to the Delhi police commissioner to deal with the incident.

Patil spoke to senior officials, including home secretary Madhukar Gupta, who was in constant touch with Delhi police chief Yudhvir Singh Dadhwal.

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Cops wash site before experts arrive

New Delhi: Delhi police in all likelihood have destroyed forensic evidence that could have helped in gathering information about the blast apparently due to lack of knowledge about forensic science.

Even before bomb experts and NSG personnel visited the site, Delhi policemen removed the debris and washed the bloodstains from the blast site.

Senior police officials oversaw the work as residents cleaned the site with a bathroom mop and cardboards. PTI

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