Nothing suspicious found after Delhi Airport, several hospitals received bomb threats: Police


The sender threatened the presence of an explosive gadget contained in the premises.

After Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport and over half a dozen authorities hospitals within the nationwide capital received bomb threats by means of emails, Delhi police mentioned that nothing suspicious was found. “Nothing suspicious was found,” police mentioned.

According to Delhi Police, IGI Airport received a bomb menace by means of electronic mail from an unidentified account on Sunday afternoon. The sender threatened the presence of an explosive gadget contained in the premises.

Initially, related emails had been received at two authorities hospitals, together with Burari Government Hospital, and Mangolpuri’s Sanjay Gandhi Hospital on Sunday afternoon, DCP North Manoj Meena. The Delhi Police swiftly acted upon receiving the knowledge relating to the threatening emails and began an investigation.

While Delhi Police and Fire Services Department groups had been finishing up search operations at these locations, 5 different authorities hospitals within the nationwide capital additionally reported receiving bomb threats by means of emails on Sunday night, prompting a search operation in any respect areas concurrently.

The hospitals that received bomb menace emails embrace — Dada Dev Hospital in Dabri, Deen Dayal Upadhyay (DDU) Hospital in Hari Nagar, Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital in Dilshad Garden, Hindu Rao Hospital in Malka Ganj, and Aruna Asaf Ali Govt Hospital of Rajpur Road. Soon after the bomb threats, a search operation was launched in any respect locations.

Dr SK Kaakraan, Medical Superintendent at Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital mentioned, “Police and the bomb squad team came here and searched the entire hospital but they did not find anything. We are investigating on our level, police is also investigating.”

These bomb menace emails got here practically two weeks after a number of faculties in Delhi-NCR received bomb threats through electronic mail. According to the Delhi Police, a complete of 131 faculties received menace emails on May 1. Later, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued an official assertion calling the e-mail a ‘hoax.’ 

(This story has not been edited by DNA workers and is revealed from ANI)

Nilesh Desai
Nilesh Desai
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