Bhopal schools threatened to be blown up with bombs, these famous schools received emails

Bhopal: There has been an uproar in Madhya Pradesh's capital Bhopal after receiving emails threatening to blow up several schools simultaneously with bombs. Following the information, a police team including bomb disposal squad, dog squad reached the schools to conduct searches. However, no bomb has been found in any school so far.

District Education Officer Nitin Saxena said that several schools, including Sagar Public School, DPS, have received emails threatening to blow up them with bombs. Thereafter, the security agencies are verifying the searches and emails of the schools. Habibganj police and bomb disposal squad, dog squad rushed to the spot after receiving information about the bomb at St Joseph's School in Bhopal. Bomb was also reported at DPS School at Barrowgarh Chichli and SEZ School at Sankhedi. No bomb has been found in any of the schools so far. The police team has also been investigating the e-mails received from the schools for threatening them.  

There is a news coming out about the same state in which it is being said that after Uttar Pradesh, the national anthem may be mandatory in madarsas of Madhya Pradesh. Home Minister and government spokesperson Narottam Mishra has indicated this. Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that the national anthem of the country is the national anthem should be compulsory everywhere. On the requirement of national anthem in madarsa, Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that it is a point of consideration, it can be considered. Religious places Should there be the national anthem at all places. This is the pride of the country. In fact, the UP government has made it mandatory for all students and teachers in madarsas of the state to sing the national anthem before starting classes. The order came into effect from May 12.  

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