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Mukesh Ambani death threat From Stranger on Call: Mumbai Police Arrest A Person of Bihar and Starts Investigation
A caller allegedly threatened to harm Mukesh Ambani and his family, prompting the Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital in Mumbai to file a police report. The caller, according to the police, threatened to blow up the hospital and kill Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, his wife Nita Ambani, and their kids Akash and Anant. The Mumbai Police Department has opened an investigation and a case has been filed at the DB Marg Police Station. The police say that around 12:57 p.m. on Wednesday, someone dialed the landline number for the Reliance Hospital. The police have stated that they have launched a thorough investigation and are actively looking for the source of the call.
According to a report from the news organization ANI, the Mumbai Police Department stated that at 12:57 p.m. local time, a call was received on the landline number of Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital from an unknown number in which the caller threatened to blow up the Hospital and issued threats in name of some members of the Ambani family.
The Ambani family got similar threats on the hotline number of HN Reliance Hospital on August 15. The caller had made eight consecutive calls. The day of the call, police located and arrested the suspected caller in Dahisar.
A call was received on the landline number of Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital at 12.57pm today from an unknown number in which the caller threatened to blow up the Hospital and issued threats in name of some members of the Ambani family: Mumbai Police pic.twitter.com/6LwL14l27A
— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2022
The level of protection afforded to Mukesh Ambani has recently been raised to Z+. The Ministry of Home Affairs’ highest degree of security coverage is Z+. This could include the famous person and his loved ones. Over ten members of the NSG commando team and law enforcement officers make up the five-person protection detail. The police in Mumbai, as reported by ANI. Prior to this, he had the right to Z-category protection, which would have provided him with a pilot and follow-up vehicles staffed with armed commandos These commandos shadow him around Mumbai and the rest of India.
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