In Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, the police received a threat to blow up the airport on number 112. From where this threat was received, nothing is clear in this matter, after this information, the police traced the caller through surveillance, then his mobile number was found in Lucknow itself. After this, the police arrested him on the spot. According to Sarojini Nagar Kotwal police station in-charge Santosh Kumar Arya, the youth caught is mentally weak. As it is the time of Republic Day, the police have put the entire city on alert mode. The round of checking is going on from the public place to the road. This matter has been taken very seriously.
New Delhi railway station was also threatened to blow up
Earlier, a case also came up on Saturday evening. New Delhi Railway Station received the news of the bomb at 4.15. Due to which there was a stir in the police department. According to officials, information was received that there was a bomb in Rajdhani Express going from New Delhi to Mumbai. Soon after getting the information Delhi Police, RPF covered the station. After this the investigation team investigated for about 15 minutes, in the investigation the news was found to be false.
Notice of threat to catch the train
After the information about bomb in Rajdhani Express turned out to be false, the police started tracking the caller. But his phone was coming off. Police nabbed the caller on the basis of location. During interrogation, he told that I had to catch the train, but I was late. That’s why I gave false information about the bomb. I hoped that this would stop the train and catch it comfortably.