A late-night phone call reporting a bomb threat at the bungalow of NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad in Nad, Thane, stirred commotion and prompted a swift response from Thane police. The anonymous call led to a thorough investigation by the bomb squad at midnight, yielding no evidence of a bomb. This incident follows Awhad’s recent tweet about a potential attack on him in Mumbai. The police have launched an investigation to trace the origin of the call and apprehend the perpetrator. Meanwhile, Awad has also raised concerns over threatening discussions captured in photos shared two days ago, prompting further police attention.
In a late-night development, Thane police were mobilized following an anonymous phone call reporting a bomb threat at the bungalow of NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad in Nad, Thane. The call, received yesterday, sparked immediate action, with the bomb squad conducting an extensive investigation at midnight. However, no suspicious items were found during the search, leaving authorities to believe it was a false alarm.
This incident comes in the wake of a recent tweet by Awhad, where he expressed concerns about a potential attack on him in Mumbai. Furthermore, Awhad shared unsettling details about threatening discussions overheard in photos shared two days ago. The images depicted individuals engaged in a video call, allegedly discussing plans to harm Awhad. Prompted by these concerns, authorities have heightened their efforts to ensure Awhad’s safety and apprehend those responsible for the threats.
Thane police are actively pursuing leads to identify the individual behind the threatening phone call. The safety and security of Awhad and his associates remain a top priority for law enforcement officials, who are determined to bring the culprits to justice.