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Delhi: Over 60 schools received boom threats in Delhi NCR School via mail

Delhi schools received boom threats on 1 May, Wednesday via email. Around 100 schools received the bomb threat mail. These consist of a minimum of five schools in the southwest, three in the east, and 10 in south Delhi. These schools were targeted with threats via their designated email addresses at around 4 am. Schools have evacuated the students as precautionary measure and police have been investigating the case. Delhi’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) requests citizens not to panic.

The bomb threats have created chaos in Delhi NCR. According to a high-ranking officer from the Delhi Police, the origin of bomb threats of the hoax email received to Delhi schools has shown that while the sender used a Russian IP address, furthermore, the involvement of an organization responsible for this act is currently under investigation. the reports state that the threat email was issued to Delhi NCR Schools via the email address sawariim@mail.ru. According to the study thus far, the Islamic State has been using the Arabic term “Sawariim” to disseminate Islamist propaganda since 2014The police reported that “nothing objectional “was discovered after searches, hence the threat was deemed to be a fake.

Delhi police, and security agencies are taking necessary precautions. There are ongoing investigations by central agencies regarding the issue. DCP Central, Devesh Kumar Mahla stated” We’ve searched all the schools and nothing has been found, there is no need to panic”. Similar threats were received by the airport in the last 48 hours, and hospitals received threats on Monday. Delhi Governor of Delhi stated, “I want to assure the citizen of Delhi that Delhi Police is fully prepared and we will try to prevent any unfortunate incident from happening.”

A comprehensive search operation was carried out, aided by teams specializing in bomb detection, bomb disposal units, dog squads, and officials from the DFS.


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