A day after the first meeting of India Alliance in Mumbai, news of a threatening phone call has come to light in the police control. Many VIPs were coming to participate in the meeting. Then a call came and the caller told that there is going to be a bomb in a hotel in Mumbai.
Let us tell you that yesterday i.e. on August 31, a meeting of the India Alliance was held at the Taj Hotel in Mumbai. In such a situation, the Mumbai Police was engaged in the security of all the VIPs present in the meeting.
In such a situation, a call put the department in a panic when an officer said that the caller had informed about two Pakistanis coming to India via sea and said that they would drop a bomb on the city’s historic Taj Hotel.
When the police investigated the matter, it was found that the caller is a resident of Gonda district of Uttar Pradesh. After this the police team took him into custody. Now the caller named Jagdamba Prasad Singh, 36, has been booked under IPC section 505(1)(b) and arrested. The police have also started investigating the entire matter.
Let us tell you that in 2008 there was a terrorist attack on Taj Hotel located in Colaba area of Mumbai. On 26 November 2008, at least ten Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists from Pakistan entered Mumbai by sea and targeted several public places.
The terrorists carried out 8 serial attacks at Taj Palace, Oberoi Trident, CSMT Railway Station, Cama Hospital, Nariman House Jewish Community Centre, Metro Cinema, Times of India Building and the back alley of St. Xavier’s College.