IED blast in Delhi has been reported from the Aurangzeb Road near the Israel embassy. Times Now spoke to the envoy to Israel embassy and while the blast has been called a low-intensity one, Maroof Raza states that it cannot be termed as a low-intensity explosion. Anil Jeet Singh stated that there was smoke coming out and the low-intensity explosions do not emanate smoke from a certain distance. However, no casualty or injury has been reported as of now. There is a high alert in the capital over the security breach. Three cars have been damaged in the blast, however, the impact on the cars has not been a major one. Watch!