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Delhi Police receives bomb threat at IGI airport and Paharganj

Delhi Police received a bomb threat call at IGI airport and Paharganj on Wednesday midnight. The police have registered a case against one person in the incident of a fake bomb threat

A fake bomb threat at Delhi's IGI airport created panic on Wednesday midnight. Delhi police has registered a case in the matterPremium
A fake bomb threat at Delhi's IGI airport created panic on Wednesday midnight. Delhi police has registered a case in the matter

Delhi Police received a fake bomb threat call at IGI airport and Paharganj on Wednesday midnight. Later, a case was registered against a Najafgarh resident, Tejpal Solanki in the matter, reported ANI.

Solanki was booked under under section 336/505/182 at IGI Airport police station, reported ANI citing Delhi Police.

"Delhi Police received a bomb threat call at IGI airport and Paharganj on Wednesday at 12.20 Hrs. A case was registered under section 336/505/182 at IGI Airport police station against Tejpal Solanki a resident of Najafgarh: Delhi Police," wrote ANI on X.

According to the police, the case has been registered at IGI Airport police station against Tejpal Solanki, a resident of Najafgarh Delhi. The police said that the bomb threat was received on Wednesday and the case has been registered under sections 336/505/182.

Further investigation into the matter is underway. Earlier, in September, Delhi Police received a call in connection to a bomb found in the area of Jama Masjid.

Upon receiving the information, the local police, along with the dog squad and Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS), reached the spot.

After further investigation, the police found that nothing was suspicious. A child saw an abandoned bag and informed the police, claiming that it may contain a bomb.

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Published: 08 Dec 2023, 06:29 PM IST
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