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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Threats to blow up hotels in Mumbai, including Hotel Taj, call from Pakistan

Increased security of hotels in view of the seriousness of the threat

 Mumbai: Mumbai's Taj Hotel has been threatened with blowing up.  The threat was made over a phone call.  A similar threatening call to Hotel Colaba and Taj Lands End came from Pakistan late at night at 12:30 p.m.  Hotel security has been beefed up following the threatening call.

 The call was received by the staff of Hotel Taj Palace at 12:30 last night.  The caller said he was a member of the militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba.  The hotel will be heavily attacked by their people and the hotel will be blown up.  As happened in November 2008.

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 After which another call was made at Hotel Taj Lands End in Bandra.  There were similar threats to call receiving staff.  It is learned that the call was made from the same number in both the places, which belonged to Pakistan.

 Considering the seriousness of the matter, Mumbai Police has beefed up security at the hotel.  The cyber cell is investigating the case.  Help is also being sought from the telecom department.  So that the caller's location can be known.

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 It may be recalled that on November 26, 2008, there was a terrorist attack on the Taj Hotel in Mumbai.  The attack was carried out by Lashkar-e-Taiba militants, who came from Pakistan by sea.  The terrorist attack killed 166 people, while the attackers were also shot dead.

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