Threatening Call to blow up Varanasi court with a bomb

The case of Gyanvapi case is going on in the Varanasi court which has been threatened by the bombing. A call threatening to blow up the Varanasi court at the CM residence of Uttar Pradesh came on Thursday.

New Delhi: A phone call has been made at the CM's residence in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, threatening to blow up the Varanasi court with a bomb. The threatening phone call came in the middle of the night on Thursday. The staff who was on duty that night received the threatening call. So the caller hung up the phone.


After this, the duty staff immediately informed the senior officers about the matter. As soon as the information about the threatened phone was received, the cyber team got involved in the investigation.


Varanasi's vegetable seller's number turned out

The phone call was received at Panch Kalidas Marg, the official residence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, following which, as a precaution, Lucknow Police immediately contacted Varanasi Police and security at Varanasi Court was beefed up.


When the cyber team got involved in the investigation, while tracing the mobile number, the police reached a vegetable vendor in Varanasi. When the police took the vegetable seller into custody, he told that his mobile had been stolen. Investigation revealed that the number from which the threatening call was received is registered in the name of the daughter of this vegetable vendor.


Hearing of Gyanvapi case going on in court

For information, The case of Gyanvapi case is going on in the Varanasi court which has been threatened by the bombing. A call threatening to blow up the Varanasi court at the CM residence of Uttar Pradesh came on Thursday. Security agencies have become active after this threatening call during CM Yogi Adityanath's visit to Varanasi.


The court will pronounce its verdict on October 7

The District court of Varanasi has reserved its decision on the knowledge-wide case. The court will deliver its verdict on the Gyanvapi Masjid-Shringar Gauri dispute on October 7. At the same time, the Allahabad High Court has extended till 31 October a stay on the order of a Varanasi court to conduct a survey of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple-Gyanvapi Masjid complex by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). After hearing the arguments of the parties concerned, Justice Prakash Padia fixed October 18 for the next hearing in the matter.