Mumbai Airport Gets Email Threat, Sender Demands $1 Million In Bitcoin

A threat news came out on the web and gained people’s attention. This news is getting circulated on the web. Mumbai International Airport, also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. A piece of news revealed on 23 November, Thursday that the Airport has received a “threat” email to blow up its Terminal 2 if the authorities don’t comply with the demands, police mentioned to ANI. This news has created several questions in the minds of the people. What happened? What is the entire matter? We will try to cover all the details of the news. Let’s continue the article.

Mumbai Airport Gets Threat

Mumbai Airport Gets Email Threat

According to the report, the blackmailer demanded USD 1 million in Bitcoin within 48 hours. “Sahar police have registered the case against an unknown person for sending the warnings as threats using email. Mumbai International Limited Airport got a mail feedback inbox around 11 am on the day of Thursday, on the basis of the police. When the news came in the headline people started searching about the news. Threat message has made the buzz on the search engine with several questions. Several things remain to tell you about the news, which will be found in the article’s next section.

Mumbai Airport Gets Email Threat

If we try to know about threat mail “Subject Blast, Text: this is an actual warning to the airport and further added that they will do a blast Terminal 2 within 48 hours unless one million dollars in Bitcoin is transferred to the address. Another alert will be after 24 Hrs.” As we have shared there has been registered a case against an unidentified person under the Indian Penal Code section 385. When this threat case came out quickly the investigation has been started. The investigation has been started in the “email threat” case. Scroll down the page to learn more information about the news.

Furthermore, this year an Akasa Air flight traveling from Pune to Delhi was rerouted to Mumbai for an emergency landing after a passenger onboard said that there was a bomb in his bags, the information came out as officials made the confirmation. A hoax alarm was raised by the person, who was taken to the hospital from the airport when he complained of chest pain. The passenger who raised the false alarm has been held by the police, according to the report. We have shared all the details about the news, which we have fetched from other sources to make this article for the readers. If we get any further details we will tell you first at the same site. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

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