There was chaos at Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal after a phone call on Wednesday. After which, its domestic terminal was evacuated. According to the news agency ANI, someone informed on the phone that a suspicious thing had been planted in the terminal. The airport officials have given this information ( Tribhuvan International Airport ). He has said that the search is on for this suspicious thing.
Airport Chief Prem Nath Thakur has said that someone made a phone call about the bomb as a joke, and security officials have not found anything suspicious. After everything is clear, the domestic flying force has been resumed. Nepal’s news agency Nepal News quoted an official saying that an unknown person called the airport officials.
Who said that there were 5 to 6 bombs in the domestic terminal. After which, the airfield was immediately evacuated, keeping in mind the safety of the people. Security officials came to the spot and started searching for the bomb. But they didn’t find anything like this here.
A similar incident happened in India too.
A month before today, there was a rumour of similar bomb plantations in some schools in Bangalore city of Karnataka state, India. The private schools here had received e-mails around 11 am, in which it was written that bombs had been planted in the schools. This caused panic in the schools. They were immediately evacuated. At the same time, examinations were going on in some schools, which had to be cancelled midway. The police and the anti-bomb squad also reached the school to receive the information.
Rumours turned out to be bomb information.
Police and anti-bomb squads immediately searched the schools, but they did not find any bombs there. In the e-mails received by the schools, the bomb was described as very powerful. Taking the matter seriously, the police had investigated. At the same time, the e-mail sent to the schools read, ‘A mighty bomb has been planted in your school, which is no joke. Call the police immediately; you can kill hundreds of people, including you, don’t delay, and now everything is in your hands.