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The information about the bomb at Ganga Ghat railway station of Unnao’s Ganga Ghat Kotwali area was given by calling dial 112. According to the police, the informer is giving his name as that of Awadhesh Singh Ganga Ghat.
Uttar Pradesh (Uttar PradeshFrom Unnao district to Lucknow there was a stir at that time. When there was information about a bomb at the Ganga Ghat railway station in Unnao. This information was given by calling on dial 112. As soon as the information of the incident was received, the local police RPF, GRP and top officers reached Ganga Ghat railway station in a hurry. Intensive checking operation was carried out with dog squad. But nothing like a bomb was found. Earlier in the day the call was made in the afternoon like this. After this, the police force continued to investigate for hours in the afternoon. However, nothing was found, then information was given late night. At present, the police is searching for the caller with the help of surveillance.
The information about the bomb at Ganga Ghat railway station of Unnao’s Ganga Ghat Kotwali area was given by calling dial 112. According to the police, the informer is giving his name as Awadhesh Singh Ganga Ghat. Beyond this, something is saying that Rakesh Singh, a resident of Bighapur, is carrying a bomb and will blow up platform number 2 with a bomb. As soon as the information was received, the team of Dog Squad, along with Bomb Disposal Squad, DSP Nagar Ashutosh arrived with Ganga Ghat Police and GRP Unnao in-charge Avinash along with RPF in-charge KK Tiwari with his force arrived and conducted intensive checking operation.
Intensive checking campaign carried out from Ganga Ghat to Unnao Railway Station
At the same time, nothing like a bomb was found in the police checking campaign, the police force kept roaming on the railway tracks for hours. But the information about the bomb was given on dial 112 earlier in the afternoon. Intensive checking campaign was conducted from Ganga Ghat to Unnao railway station. In which the police did not find anything. At the same time, dial 112 was again informed around 8 pm. As soon as the information was received, May Force reached Ganga Ghat railway station in a hurry. But nothing was found there either.
Bomb information was received on dial 112
In this case, DSP Ashutosh said that the bomb was received twice at the Ganga Ghat railway station on dial 112. Search was done by Bomb Disposal Squad and Police team on the spot. Nothing like this has been found here. At present, the caller is being traced with the help of surveillance. However, action will also be taken against those who give fake information.
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