Bareilly: A shocking revelation has been made in the case of threatening to blow up the Arogya Hospital in Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh with a bomb. In this case, the police have arrested the accused youth. In fact, in this case, it is alleged that the youth had given false information about the bomb to recover money from the hospital owner. On the other hand, the arrested accused believed that the hospital would give him money when he told him where the bomb was kept and after taking the money online, he would turn off his phone, however, the police made him taste the fun, sensing all the intentions of the accused.
The case was looked into by the Izzatnagar police station of Bareilly and the man arrested by them has been identified as Vipin, a resident of Shahjahanpur. It is being told that Vipin started blackmailing the hospital owner to earn money by watching the Bollywood film Tej. And through the internet, first Vipin took out the number of the hospital and then informed about the bomb in the hospital on WhatsApp.
Not only this, Vipin also threatened to bomb the owner of the hospital through WhatsApp and also tried to create panic by describing himself as belonging to a Muslim organization. On getting information about the incident, the police team reached the spot with bomb disposal and a dog squad. After that, despite the investigation of the police, no bomb was found in the hospital, so the police started checking the number of the message and then reached Shahjahanpur and arrested Vipin. Revealing in this case, the accused Vipin said that he had hatched this conspiracy to earn money by watching the film Tej.
City SP Ravindra Kumar said, "The police have arrested the accused. The accused youth had hatched the conspiracy to blackmail the hospital management by watching the film and extorting money from them. Apart from this, all other aspects are also being examined.''