MP News: Threatened to blow up Bhopal schools by sending emails, know what was found in the search

Bhopal Threaten to Blow Up Schools: Many schools in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, received threatening e-mails from fake e-mails on Friday, which infuriated the students and the school management. He was in panic for several hours. The police have given this information regarding the matter. However, even after hours of search by the state police, no objectionable material was found. Most of the schools that have received threatening e-mails come under the Central Board of Secondary Education, where Class 12 students were taking their final exams on Friday.

After this said in the e-mail 
in the e-mail received by the school authorities it was written that "There are two powerful bombs in your school, call the police immediately.. This is not a joke, I repeat, this is not a joke. Hundreds of lives are hanging in the balance of death, act quickly, because there is still time or else everything may end. Don’t say you weren’t warned. Now everything depends only on you."

50 threatening e-mails received
Soon after receiving the e-mails, the authorities alerted the police and requested for an immediate search operation. The principal of a school wrote to TT Nagar police station, "We received about 50 threatening e-mails at regular intervals saying that there are 2 very powerful bombs in our school. The final examination of class 12 students is going on in our school, so you are requested to kindly take necessary action as soon as possible."

Nothing was found during the search operation
The police took immediate action and started a search operation with bomb detection and disposal squads in the schools. However, no objectionable material was found. Later, Police Commissioner Makrand Devaskar told the media that it was a fake bomb threat and nothing was recovered during the search operation.

The search continues for the sender of the e-mail 
Devaskar said, "Cyber ​​Police is trying to identify the person who sent the e-mails to the schools. Whoever is found involved in creating panic will be punished as per law." These fake bomb threats were similar to the threats received by several schools in Bengaluru in April.

Bhopal railway station threatened to blow up 
Earlier this month, a man allegedly made at least 50 calls to helpline numbers including the women’s helpline In which there was a threat to blow up Bhopal railway station, due to which panic was spread. However, it turned out to be a hoax.

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