Strict vigil in Bareilly after bomb threat

Last Updated: Thursday, November 3, 2011 - 15:07

Bareilly: An intense checking drive is
being undertaken by police here following an anonymous phone
call and SMS which threatened to blow up two bus stations and
railway station in the city.

PK Bose, regional manager of the Roadways, had received
a phone call and subsequently an SMS on Tuesday, threatening
to blow up two bus and railway stations on November 11 here,
police said.

DIG Prakash D has alerted intelligence units and
constituted police teams to verify the threat, they said,
adding that a team for tracing the origin of the call has
already been dispatched to Uttarakhand.

According to officials, the number from which the SMS was
sent had been issued on the basis of a fake ID.


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First Published: Thursday, November 3, 2011 - 15:07

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