India: Six schools receive bomb threats in Bengaluru


The Indian police has said that six schools have received bomb threats on Friday in Bengaluru, India.

According to media reports, the Bengaluru City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant has said that six schools received a bomb threats, however, searches are underway and almost complete and nothing has been found so far.

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An international school in Bengaluru, Neev Academy said in a message to parents that the threat had been sent by email. The school has been evacuated, while a bomb squad conducted searches.

“We request you to stay calm, as the situation is under control and there is no need to panic,” the message said.

It is to be mention here that the Bengaluru is known as Silicon Valley of India. The city is home to multinational firms including Amazon, Alphabet’s Google, and Infosys.

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