Up News: There has been a threat to blow up train stations and large temples in nine districts, including Meerut


Amar Ujala Office, Meerut

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Updated Wed, Nov 10 2021 01:35 AM IST

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In nine districts, including Meerut, there have been threats to blow up train stations and large temples with bombs. Subsequently, a control campaign was carried out at the train stations and strict security measures were taken.

Police control at the city train station.
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The threatening letter arrived at the city’s train station in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh at 3:30 pm on Tuesday. In this letter, train stations in several districts, including Meerut, have been threatened with bombs at religious sites on November 26 and December 6. In this sense, the PRFV has carried out a compaction control at the train station.

In this letter sent on behalf of the superintendent of the Meerut city train station, it is written that I will definitely avenge the death of my jihadists. God forgive me, we will destroy India. On November 26, many train stations including Ghaziabad, Hapur, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Aligarh, Khurja, Kanpur, Lucknow, Shahjahapur, will blow up with bombs. On December 6, many UP temples, including Hanumangarhi, Ramjanmabhoomi, Allahabad, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar and Saharanpur in Ayodhya, will be blown up with bombs. However, before this, three threatening letters have arrived at the train station.

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After reading this letter, Station Superintendent RP Singh has filed a FIR at the GRP Police Station. Subsequently, GRP and RPF carried out a compaction control campaign at the train station with the bomb disposal team.

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It is said that on Tuesday afternoon, DRM Dimi Garg inspected the train station. GRP chief Vijay Kant Satyarthi said that in view of the sensitive issue, checks have been carried out on all trains at night. At the same time, passengers’ luggage has been checked with the help of a metal detector on the platform.

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The threatening letter arrived at the city’s train station in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh at 3:30 pm on Tuesday. In this letter, train stations in several districts, including Meerut, have been threatened with bombs at religious sites on November 26 and December 6. In this sense, the PRFV has carried out a compaction control at the train station.

In this letter sent on behalf of the superintendent of the Meerut city train station, it is written that I will definitely avenge the death of my jihadists. God forgive me, we will destroy India. On November 26, many train stations including Ghaziabad, Hapur, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Aligarh, Khurja, Kanpur, Lucknow, Shahjahapur, will blow up with bombs. On December 6, many UP temples, including Hanumangarhi, Ramjanmabhoomi, Allahabad, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar and Saharanpur in Ayodhya, will be blown up with bombs. However, before this, three threatening letters have arrived at the train station.

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After reading this letter, Station Superintendent RP Singh has filed a FIR at the GRP Police Station. Subsequently, GRP and RPF carried out a compaction control campaign at the train station with the bomb disposal team.

Also read: Horrible accident: death of retired soldier, wife and son, three people dragged 50 meters down the road, see photos

It is said that on Tuesday afternoon, DRM Dimi Garg inspected the train station. GRP chief Vijay Kant Satyarthi said that in view of the sensitive issue, checks have been carried out on all trains at night. At the same time, passengers’ luggage has been checked with the help of a metal detector on the platform.


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