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Bomb threat email received by Ahmedabad airport turns out to be a hoax

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Bomb threat email received by Ahmedabad airport turns out to be a hoax.

An email threatening to blow up the Ahmedabad airport was received on Monday, marking the second such incident since May 12. Security staff began a search after receiving a threat letter. Nevertheless, authorities searched the area thoroughly and discovered nothing unusual. The threat was a hoax, according to officials.

According to SG Khambhala, inspector of airport police, nothing suspicious was discovered during the more than two-hour search of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport’s grounds by local police and members of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). Teams from the local police conducted the search operation.

the bomb disposal squad (BDS) and the CISF lasted for two and a half hours, according to Khambhala, who was quoted by PTI. Authorities at Ahmedabad airport received a threat letter resembling this on May 12. Even so, nothing questionable was discovered. A threat email was received by Gujarat’s Vadodara airport on June 18. A bomb threat that was later proven to be a hoax was sent by email to a number of organizations, including schools and airports across the nation in recent months.

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