An Indian Air Force sergeant was arrested for allegedly making a hoax bomb name to delay the departure of the Mumbai Rajdhani Express from New Delhi Railway Station, police stated.
The PCR command room knowledgeable the police relating to the decision at 4:48 pm on Saturday, they stated, including that the practice was scheduled to depart for Mumbai at 4:55 pm.
No explosive was discovered throughout a search carried out by the Bomb Disposal Squad of the railways and the Railway Protection Force.
“The cell quantity was tracked, and it was discovered that Sunil Sangwan (35), a sergeant within the Indian Air Force (IAF), made the decision,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (Railways) Hareesh HP stated.
According to police, Mr Sangwan was scheduled to board the practice to go to his place of posting at Air Force Station in Santacruz, Mumbai. He received late and allegedly made the decision to delay the departure of the practice from Delhi.
“The caller was traced from coach B-9 seat number-1. His identification was established by means of his Indian Air Force ID card. The cell handset which he used to make the PCR name has additionally been recovered,” the DCP stated.
“The caller was subjected to a medical examination which confirmed he was drunk,” he added.
An FIR underneath related IPC sections and the Indian Railway Act was registered towards Mr Sangwan, and he was later arrested.
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