Vadodara Optical House Raided by Mumbai ATS in RBI Threat Email Probe: Seizure of Internet Router and CCTV

The Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has initiated investigations in Vadodara following a threatening email, targeting 11 locations, including the RBI’s Mumbai office. The ATS team in Mumbai conducted searches at the Jamatkhana office and an optical house in Vadodara. The email, sent to Arshil in Tandalja, raised concerns about the misuse of an internet router in the optical house.

Police Arrest Adil in Vadodara; Mumbai ATS Conducts Further Investigations

Earlier, the Mumbai police collaborated with Vadodara police, arresting Adil during a secret operation in Ranu village of Padra in Vadodara district. The arrest led to the identification of two other individuals residing in Vadodara city. Subsequently, Mumbai police reached Vadodara, detaining Mohammed Wasim and Mohammed Arshil, obtaining a 4-day remand after filing a gun possession case.

Mumbai ATS Extends Probe in Vadodara

Last night, the Mumbai ATS conducted searches at the Jamatkhana office and an optical house in Vadodara. The residence of Arshil in Riswan Flats, Tandalja, was also searched. Mumbai ATS expanded its investigation after seizing the internet router and CCTV footage during the operation. The probe now encompasses more locations in Vadodara.

Details of the Case and Request for Resignation in Email Threat

The threatening email received on Tuesday morning mentioned that bombs had been planted at 11 locations, including RBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and others. The email demanded the resignations of Shaktikanta Das and Nirmala Sitharaman. The Mumbai ATS and various agencies are rigorously investigating the case, and the MR Road police have filed a complaint against the email sender for making false threats.

Content of the Threatening Email and Investigations by RBI, HDFC, and ICICI

The threatening email received from the Khalifat India website claimed responsibility for placing bombs at 11 locations. The email included a demand for the resignations of Das and Sitharaman. The RBI, HDFC Bank, and ICICI Bank have sought additional security measures. The police have registered a case under relevant sections and are probing further to trace the sender.

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