RDX-laden car was headed to Delhi for terror strike: Police

NEW DELHI: Delhi police has said that the explosives-laden Tata Indica found at Ambala Cantonment railway station was headed to the national capital for a terror strike.

Five detonators, two timer devices, five kg explosives in two packets and two batteries were seized from the car lying parked outside the railway station.

Delhi Police said the explosives were meant for terror outfit Babbar Khalsa International, which had plans to target the national capital.

The police claimed that the explosives were being supplied by LeT to Babbar Khalsa International.