Jaish-e-Mohammed Threatens to Blow Up Several Indian Railway Stations Including Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru And Temples on Dussehra
Rohtak Railway Station (Photo Credits: ANI)

Chandigarh, September 16: Rohtak Railway Superintendent received a letter on September 14, purportedly sent by terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) threatening to blow up railway stations and temples in several parts of the country. The alleged letter sent by the terror group has threatened to blow up railway stations including Rohtak, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru on Dussehra. As per the letter, there is a plan to attack 11 railway station and six temples across the country.

According to an ANI tweet, Narendra Singh, Sub-Inspector, Railway Police Station, Rohtak said, "We have started an investigation. All necessary precautions are being taken and there is no need for people to panic." As Masood Azhar's Health Deteriorates, His Brother Takes Over Reins of Jaish-e-Mohammed.

Check ANI tweet:

The letter written in Hindi was sent by ordinary mail to the railway police in Rohtak, an official of the Rohtak police said. He said the letter is signed by one Masood Ahmed and was received on Saturday. An FIR has been registered and several teams have been deployed to check the railway premises.

Last month, Indian Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh said that Pakistan-based terror outfit JeM is giving underwater training to its recruits to carry out an attack on India. Admiral Singh had assured that the Indian Navy is fully prepared to tackle any threat.