Mumbai Police came on alert mode after receiving threats to blow up Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai. All the investigating agencies also got involved in their work, but this news proved to be just a rumour. In fact, on Friday, a phone call threatening to attack Haji Ali Dargah came to the control room of Mumbai Police. An unknown person called and threatened a terrorist attack on Haji Ali Dargah. He told that a total of 17 terrorists are going to attack Haji Ali.
After this the Mumbai Police became alert immediately. After this threat, the security of Haji Ali Dargah was increased. For more information, a call was made from the police control room on the number from which the unknown person had called. But the phone was said to be switched off. On tracing the call, it was found that the call was made from Ulhasnagar, adjacent to Mumbai.
During this, the team of Taddev police station reached the spot as soon as the information about the phone call was received. Nothing could be found out there during interrogation and investigation. When the police reached the person concerned after tracing the call, the caller turned out to be a mental patient. Police is investigating and questioning this matter. Although the caller has been found to be mentally ill, yet the police has brought him with them to the police station and efforts are being made to find out the reason for making this call from him. Police is probing every aspect of the matter.
Let us tell you that even before this many times bomb blast threats have been received in Mumbai. The control room of Mumbai Police was threatened with bomb blasts at three places on Diwali. Infinity Mall in Andheri, PVR in Juhu and Sahara Hotel.
However, this turned out to be just a rumour. Earlier on 20 August 2022, Mumbai Police received a threatening message. In which unknown people had called the police and told that 26/11-like attacks would happen in Mumbai. Even at that time, the police had increased the security at various places. But investigation revealed that these calls and messages were fake. PLC/GT