Release Kanhaiya or I Will Blow up Airport, Railway Station
- Gayathri Mathivanan
- February 24, 2016, 7:31 AM
A 60-year-old man has been arrested for making two fraud calls, threatening to blow up the IGI airport and the New Delhi railway station if JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar is not free immediately.
The accused, identified as Mohrram Ali, allegedly made the calls using a SIM card procured in the name of a relative, whom he wanted to falsely frame.
On Friday morning police received a call threatening to blow up IGI airport. A police team assigned to probe the identity of the caller was alarmed when they traced the location of the caller to the airport itself.
During investigation police found that a call had been made from the same number threatening to blow the New Delhi railway station two hours before the airport threat call.
DCP Gupta said that the police team traced the owner of the SIM card to one Mujahid Ali who denied making the calls. Police then contacted the shopkeeper from whom the SIM card had been purchased. The shopkeeper told police that Mohrram had purchased the SIM in Ali’s name after claiming that Ali was unwell.
Mohraam was then arrested. During interrogation, Mohrram confessed that he, wanted to frame Ali and made the two hoax calls,” DCP DK Gupta said.
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