Threat of terrorist attack in Mumbai, person calling himself Taliban sent mail to NIA, alert issued

Threat E-mail To NIA: There has been a threat of terrorist attack in Mumbai. Different cities of the country have been alerted after NIA received a threatening email. The NIA has also given this information to the Mumbai Police. Police and other agencies are involved in the investigation.

According to sources, a threatening mail was received on the email ID of NIA, in which there has been a threat of terrorist attack in Mumbai. The e-mailer described himself as a Taliban and claimed that this was going to happen on the orders of Sirajuddin Haqqani, a prominent leader of the Taliban organization.

As soon as the information about the threatening email was received, the Mumbai Police was informed about it. At present, police and other agencies are investigating and trying to find out from where the email was sent. At the same time, an alert has been issued in different cities of the country.

Who is Sirajuddin Haqqani
Sirajuddin Haqqani is the head of the Haqqani network, the most dangerous group of the Taliban. After the return of Taliban in Afghanistan, it has been made the acting Home Minister. Along with this, he holds the position of number 2 leader in Taliban. The Haqqani network has a significant influence in the Taliban. The American investigative agency FBI has placed a reward of $ 10 million for information about Haqqani’s location.

There was a threat last month as well
Earlier in January, there was a threat of terrorist attack in Mumbai. A person had called up the control room of the Mumbai Police threatening to carry out bomb blasts at different places across the city. The person who threatened had said on the phone that on the lines of 1993, Mumbai would be terrorized by blasting at various places. It was said to carry out these attacks within 2 months.

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