Bomb threat to Reliance Foundation Hospital in Mumbai, Ambani family's name also included in threat

Call from an unknown number at Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital in Mumbai today. The caller threatened to blow up the hospital with a bomb.

New Delhi: There was a stir in Mumbai today at 12.57 pm when a phone call was made to a hospital in the city and a bomb threat was received. According to the statement of Mumbai Police, the case pertains to Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital. Suddenly the phone rang on the hospital's landline. The caller threatened to blow up the hospital with a bomb.


Mukesh and Nita Ambani were also named

Another shocking revelation has been made in this case. According to the police, the threat call came from an unknown number. The caller has threatened to name some members of the Ambani family. Sources said that the caller has also threatened to kill Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani. Police have said that a case has been registered for the crime in the incident at DB Marg police station. According to the police, the whole matter is being investigated.


A car full of explosives was found near Ambani's house

It is known that about a year ago, a Scorpio car filled with explosives was found parked 300 meters from Antilia, Mukesh Ambani's residence on Pader Road in South Mumbai. 20 gelatin sticks and a threat letter were found in the car. A few days later, the body of the car's owner Mansukh Hiren was recovered from the Bay of Reti Bandar. The investigation of this matter is in the hands of the NIA. Sachin Vajhe has been arrested in this case.


Maharashtra Chief Minister Shinde was threatened

Maharashtra CM Shinde received death threats. After which his security was made even more strict. On Monday, the police arrested a person for threatening to kill Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said this on Monday. Fadnavis told reporters in Nagpur that the state home department headed by him has taken cognizance of all threats against the chief minister. Terming the Chief Minister's security as very important, he said, "We are paying full attention to the Chief Minister's security and other aspects. The person who threatened the Chief Minister yesterday has been arrested."