26/11-like attack threat in Mumbai

Police received a WhatsApp message from a Pakistani number; Wrote - If you trace the location, there will be an explosion in India

Aug 20, 2022 - 12:26
26/11-like attack threat in Mumbai

There has been a threat of 26/11-like attack in Mumbai. The police received a WhatsApp message from a number in Pakistan on Friday night. It states that if the location is traced, it will be found outside India and the blast will happen in Mumbai.
It has been said in the threat that 6 people in India, will carry out this work. The number from which this message has been sent in Pakistan. The message also mentions the Udaipur incident. Mumbai Police has started an investigation after receiving threatening messages.
A day earlier, a suspicious boat was found in the sea in Raigad, Maharashtra, from which three AK-47s and some bullets were recovered. In the initial investigation, there was a possibility of a terrorist attack in India, but the Deputy CM of Maharashtra and an officer of the Indian Coast Guard denied any terror angle.
The official said that so far no such thing as a terrorist conspiracy has come to the fore. However, from the point of view of security, the team of NIA and ATS is investigating the matter. On Friday, the police said that the box in which the weapons were kept had Neptune Maritime Security written in English on it. This company is from the UK.
On the night of 26 November 2008, 10 terrorists of Pakistan's terrorist organization Lashkar entered India. Two terrorists targeted Leopold Cafe located in Colaba, South Mumbai, two terrorists attacked Nariman House, while the rest of the terrorists moved towards Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Hotel Trident Oberoi and Taj Hotel in a group of two. Terrorists occupied the Taj Hotel for four days. This is where the most damage was done.
About 237 people from home and abroad were killed in the attack, while 300 people were injured. Eight policemen were also martyred in the attack. The 26/11 Mumbai attack was the worst terror attack in the history of the country.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer