'I'll blow up a bomb...', arrests youth who threatened to blast in Delhi

New Delhi: Ahead of Diwali, a young man entered a showroom in Rajiv Chowk defying the tight security arrangements in the country's capital New Delhi and spread rumours of a bomb near himself. The youth threatened to blow up the area. On receiving the information, Delhi Police reached the spot and took the youth into custody.

According to information provided by the police to the media, the accused has been identified as Kamal Arya, 32, who lives in Faridabad and is originally from Almora in Uttarakhand. Let's say, the police had received information that a youth had entered the one plus showroom at Rajiv Chowk, threatening to blow up the area.

On receiving this information, Delhi Police swung into action and took the youth into custody following all necessary protocols.  As a precautionary measure, the police conducted an investigation into the entire area by a bomb disposal squad. The man is currently in police custody and is being questioned.

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