Delhi govt issues advisories after Bomb threats, check out their advices

The Delhi government has issued an important school notice after the recent bomb threat. These instructions are for all schools that consider the safety and security of their students as important. Delhi Police received a total of 131 calls regarding bomb threats. The police are engaged in a strict investigation of this matter, when searches were conducted in the schools, nothing was found.

According to the newly issued Notice, ‘All government and private schools have been asked to promptly check all emails or messages received on their official email IDs. Whether they are coming before school time, during school time, or after. If anything unwanted is found, inform the Delhi Police and Deputy Director of Education Department of the district or zone.

Keeping the safety of the children in mind, the school authority should inform the parents and also the law enforcement agency so that any kind of challenge or threat can be dealt with in time. These threats will be investigated by the Special Cell of Delhi Police. A Delhi Police official said that the case is being registered in the special cell and a team will be formed. The officer said this matter is related to national security and must be investigated thoroughly.

After receiving the bomb threat, a high-security alert was declared in several areas of Delhi. Security was tightened in all metro stations, railway stations, bus stands, and markets. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Railways) KPS Malhotra said, “We have tightened security at every station. We have alerted our personnel and asked them to closely watch any suspicious activity.”

A senior security official announced, “A general advisory has been released concerning the Delhi Metro network, urging CISF personnel to heighten their vigilance.” Another official disclosed the deployment of paramilitary forces across various sectors of Delhi. Furthermore, additional police units have been dispatched, and barricades have been erected at city entry points.

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