A suspicious car was recently found outside the house of Mukesh Ambani, one of the country’s big industrialists. Terrorist angle has now surfaced in this case. According to a media report, the terrorist organization Jaish-ul-Hind has claimed responsibility for keeping a car full of explosives outside Ambani’s house on Sunday. The organization has taken responsibility for this through the telegraph app. A few days ago, this organization also claimed responsibility for the blast outside the Israeli embassy. The organization had demanded money from bitcoin.
Suspicious vehicle found outside Mukesh Ambani’s house on 25 February
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The terrorist organization has challenged the investigating agency through a message. It says in the message, “Stop it, stop it, you couldn’t do anything when we hit you under your nose in Delhi, you shook hands with Mossad but nothing happened.” At the end of it, it is written that you (for Ambani) know what you have to do. Just transfer the money that you have been told earlier.
What is the whole matter
On February 25, a suspicious car and 20 gelatin sticks were found outside Mukesh Ambani’s residence Antilia. Scorpio was parked around 1pm on Wednesday night. CCTV footage showed two vehicles outside the house, including an Innova. The driver of the vehicle had parked the SUV outside Antilia. Local police were informed about this by security personnel at Ambani’s house after the suspect’s car showed up. After this, the Mumbai Police started investigating the case.
Threatened letter was kept in the car
According to sources, a letter was also found in this suspicious car, which was written by hand. Sources had said that it is written in the letter, ‘This is just a trailer. Neeta Bhabhi, Mukesh Bhaiya, this is just a glimpse. Next time the stuff will come to you and the whole arrangement is done.
The blast took place outside the Israeli embassy on 29 January
A bomb exploded near the Israeli embassy on APJ Abdul Kalam Road in Lutyens Zone, a VIP area with tight security, in the capital Delhi on the evening of 29 January. No one was injured in the blast in front of Jindal House, just 150 meters from the embassy at 5.05 pm amid high alert declared due to Republic Day, but the glass of three cars parked nearby was broken. A day later, the terrorist organization Jaish-ul-Hind claimed responsibility for the blast through telegram.