Hotel Taj in Mumbai gets bomb threat call from Pakistan, security | Maharashtra news | Instant News

Mumbai: The famous Taj Hotel in Mumbai and reported the bomb threat to call from Pakistan after security In and around five-star hotels has been increased, the sources said on Tuesday.

According to the Zee media, the caller from Pakistan threatened to attack on a 5-star hotel. It is reported that the call was made from a number Pakistan. According to official sources, the call was received on Monday at about 12 at night.

The caller said that “everyone saw the attack in Karachi stock exchange, now the attacks of 26/11 at hotel Taj will happen again.”

The Mumbai police has started investigation of the case and the details specified.

Police will also increase security in and around the famous hotels and other vital installations in Mumbai.

Coastal patrol and surveillance has also been increased in connection with the threat call.

It should be recalled that on 26 November 2008 there was a terrorist attack in Mumbai where the Taj hotel was also targeted by Pakistan-trained terrorists.

Killed more than 166 people and more than 300 people were injured in this attack, which lasted nearly 60 hours. 28 foreign citizens were also among those who died. The blow shook the entire country, and India and Pakistan were on the brink of war.

Ajmal Kasab was the only terrorist who was caught alive in the Mumbai terror attack. He was thoroughly interrogated by Indian investigating authorities about the incident, which revealed the involvement of Pakistan in the incident.

Kasab was later hanged in prison, yerwada Pune on the morning of 21 September 2012. Before the death of Kasab, in the Indian investigative authorities to squeeze out every information related to the story of the Mumbai attacks planned in Pakistan.

It turned out that on 26 November 2008, 10 heavily armed Pakistani terrorists entered Mumbai by boat on the sea route from Karachi. These terrorists attacked the Chhatrapati Shivaji railway station, Taj Mahal Hotel, Trident Hotel and a Jewish center.


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