After days of terror in city schools, 2 hospitals in Delhi have received bomb threats.


After days of terror in city schools, 2 hospitals in Delhi have received bomb threats.

New Delhi:

Two hospitals in Delhi have received bomb threats, after more than 100 schools received similar threats after panic spread across the national capital region. Threatening emails were sent to Barari Hospital and Sanjay Gandhi Hospital. Sources said that police are on the spot and search is on in both the hospitals.

Last week, schools in Delhi and Ahmedabad in Gujarat received bomb threats that turned out to be hoaxes.

The emails were sent to 131 schools in Delhi, five in Gurugram and three in Noida and Greater Noida on May 2.

Three days later three schools in Ahmedabad also received threats.

Reports say the schools received emails from the same IP address, possibly masked using a VPN connection. It is likely that they originated from the Russian domain.

The perpetrators used the Arabic word 'sawarim', which means clash of swords and is associated with ISIS propaganda. But investigators have said ISIS is unlikely to be involved.

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