After receiving bomb threats, four schools in the Delhi NCR were evacuated, and a search operation was launched

New Delhi: This morning, the Delhi Public School (DPS) in the Dwarka neighborhood of New Delhi got a bomb threat. Although there aren’t many updates at this time, Delhi Police, the Bomb Disposal Squad, and fire fighters have hurried to the scene; a search is in progress to determine the veracity of the reports of a bomb at the school. The school was thoroughly inspected by the Bomb Disposal Team (BDT) to guarantee the safety of all personnel and pupils. Regarding the DPS bomb threat, here are the words from Delhi Police.

DPS, Dwarka Receives Bomb Threat
As previously stated, the Delhi Public School in Dwarka, New Delhi, got a bomb threat. As a result, the Bomb Disposal Squad, Delhi Police, and fire tenders responded to the location, and a thorough search is now in progress. We anticipate further information regarding the same. The Delhi Police released a statement stating that they had received information about a bomb at Delhi Public School, Dwarka. Firefighters, the Bomb Disposal Squad, and Delhi Police have all shown there. There is a search going on.

Bomb threats have been sent to DPSs before; in February of this year, DPS RK Puram recorded a complaint after receiving an email containing a bomb threat, and in May of last year, DPS Mathura Road got an email containing a bomb threat as well, although the police eventually determined that it was a hoax.

Mayur Vihar’s Mother Mary’s School Gets a Bomb Threat
In addition to DPS Dwarka, Mother Mary’s School in Mayur Vihar, New Delhi, has also received a bomb threat. The school got the threat via email, and as a result, the whole building has been evacuated. The bomb squad and police have arrived, and investigations are underway to determine whether or not the threat is real. Two schools in the nation’s capital got bomb threats within hours of each other, and as a result, Delhi Police is now on high alert.

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