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After Delhi, Ahmedabad Schools Get Bomb Threat Mails

| Updated: May 7, 2024 11:55

Close on the heels of a bomb hoax in Delhi-NCR schools, several schools in Ahmedabad received emails threatening to blow up these institutions.

Police said, the bomb threat emails were sent from a Russian domain ‘’, the same source of the threat mails received by more than 150 schools in Delhi-NCR last week.

Among the schools in Ahmedabad that got the threat emails were — Delhi Public School (Bopal), Anand Niketan (Bopal), Asia English School (Vastrapur), Calorex School (Ghatlodiya), Amrita Vidyalaya (Ghatlodiya), New Noble School and ONGC Kendriya Vidyalaya (Chandkheda).

Authorities of the affected schools contacted the police control room about the incident. Police teams reached various schools in the city with bomb squads after receiving information about the threatening emails.

The emails were sent with the username Investigation so far has revealed that the term ‘sawariim’ (meaning clashing of the swords) is an Arabic word, which has been used by the Islamic State since 2014 to spread Islamist propaganda, sources said.

The word Tauheed is an Arabic term which means creating unity, sources said.

The Islamic State had established its outfits in many places under the name Tauheed. In African countries, the Islamic State had established an organisation under the name Madina-e-Tauheed Mujahideen. Notably, Indian Mujahideen terrorists had joined the Islamic State and formed an organisation named Ansar-ut-Tauheed.

In Delhi-NCR, the bomb threat emails were received from a username called The police and investigating agencies were probing who was behind the threatening emails in Delhi and Ahmedabad.

Police said there was nothing to panic and an alert was issued a day ahead of the Lok Sabha elections in Gujarat. Polling in 26 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state will be held on May 7 (Tuesday).

“Everything is safe and sound. Our police, administration and agencies are investigating. There’s nothing to panic about,” said bomb squad officer B Yadav.

Last week, more than 150 schools across Delhi-NCR and one in Lucknow received bomb threat emails, prompting mass evacuations. The police said the threat emails sent to these schools were a hoax.

Preliminary investigation suggested that the IP address used to send the emails to over 150 schools across Delhi-NCR was from Russia, sources said. Delhi Police suspected that the IP address could be masked through a VPN.

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