Uttrakhand Bomb Threat: The superintendent of Roorkee railway station has once again received a threatening letter threatening to blow up several railway stations including Laksar, Najibabad, Dehradun, Roorkee, Rishikesh, Haridwar railway station and Haridwar and other religious places with bombs on May 21. Has been. The sender of the letter has described himself as the area commander of the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed. It has been told that the name of the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand is also on the target in the letter. There has been an uproar from Haridwar to Najibabad after receiving the letter.

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The investigation of the sender of the letter has started. Along with this, vigilance has been increased at railway stations of Uttarakhand and UP. Let us tell you that in 2019 also a threatening letter was received by post at the station superintendent’s house. According to railway sources, Roorkee railway station superintendent received a threatening letter on Saturday evening. The letter is written in broken Hindi.

In this, threatening to blow up Laksar, Najibabad, Dehradun, Roorkee, Rishikesh, Haridwar railway stations by posing as Salim Ansari, the area commander of terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed. Along with this, he has also threatened to target other religious places including Mansha Devi, Chandi Devi in ​​Haridwar.

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Earlier in 2019 also the letter was received

Police is in alert mode as the matter is sensitive. Till late night, railway and police officials avoided saying anything about this. Roorkee GRP’s acting SHO Mamta Gola said that information has been received about receiving the letter. On receiving letters threatening to blow up six railway stations in Uttarakhand, DGP Ashok Kumar said that a mentally challenged person has been sending such threatening letters for the last 20 years. Still, precautions are being taken.

Earlier in April 2019, a similar letter was received by the Roorkee railway station superintendent, threatening to explode railway stations on May 13. After that the security of the railway station and surrounding areas was increased. However, such threatening letters were also received in November 2021 by the railway station superintendent of Meerut and Hapur.

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