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"It was a high-grade explosion but the quantity of explosive used was low as it was an improvised explosive device.There was no conclusion yet about the type of explosive used in the blasts. There are still many loose ends in the case which we are trying to tie up.
He said police is examining video footage recorded on closed-circuit cameras, installed at the Dilsukhnagar bus stand junction (Rajiv Chowk) and also at one of the bus shelters in the vicinity.
Sleuths from the Crime Investigation Department joined their other colleagues in carrying the investigation forward even as special teams constituted by the state police started scouring for clues across the city.
"The fast food centre where the blast occurred is always bustling with customers, mostly students, as there are a good number of coaching institutes in the locality. Some students had just come for tea last night when tragedy struck," Dwarakanath, who works in a shop on the other side of the road, said.
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