GWALIOR: A 39-year-old temple priest was arrested for allegedly making a bomb risk name, which prompted the police to conduct an intensive search at Gwalior railway station in Madhya Pradesh, an official mentioned on Wednesday.
The accused, Laxman Das, has the behavior of sharing pretend data with the police and was concerned in comparable acts with the Uttar Pradesh police, mentioned Shubha Shrivastava, deputy superintendent of police (DSP), Normal Railway Police (GRP).
A telephone name was made to the emergency service quantity 100 round 10.30am on Monday, which claimed {that a} bomb had been planted on the railway station, she mentioned.
The police traced the telephone quantity to Das, a local of Khairgarh in Agra district of Uttar Pradesh, who’s a priest at a temple in Bhind district, the official mentioned.
The accused switched off his telephone after making the hoax name and was arrested on Tuesday when the system was turned on, she mentioned.
The bomb disposal squad and sniffer canine had performed an intensive search of Gwalior railway station following the decision, which turned out to be hoax.


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