After the school administration got an email from an anonymous sender warning that there might be a bomb on the campus, Indian School in South Delhi’s Sadiq Nagar was evacuated on Wednesday morning, according to the police. The police also stated that the dog squad and the bomb detection and disposal unit were checking the area.
The same school received a similar email in November 2022. The police reported that when the students were evacuated, they discovered that the threat was a hoax. The email was received at 10:49 am, according to the police. “Brijesh from the Indian School, BRT Road offered information over the phone on receiving an email about bombs being planted in schools. Today morning, I received the email.
The bomb squad and AS check teams are doing an extensive search of the school after it was evacuated, according to Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Chandan Choudhary.
When the school sent a message asking parents to pick up their children as a result of the event, parents became alarmed. “Good Parents, We had to dismiss students early due to unforeseen security concerns. I would appreciate it if you could make arrangements to pick up your child as instructed by Front Gate through Self-pickup. Those that drive vans through the back gate. The notice from the school stated that classes would continue as usual the next day.