Bomb threat to Rama Krishna Mission School

via HK published on June 26, 2006

Kozhikode: Rama Krishna Mission School in Meenchanda  near Kozhikode has received a bomb threat today morning by a anonymous phone call. An unidentified person called the school today and threat a bomb will be exploded by 12 PM. School authorities informed the Police immediately and evacuated the School. Police searched with Bomb and Dog Squad but couldn’t find anything. The Securities has been tightened in the area.


 


This may be a hoax but Police should trace the calls of these hoax callers, and should bring them in front of public and make sure they are punished by our law. Our Police forces have the technical facilities to trace the identity of these calls. We have seen the dedication and promptness of our security agencies when an email threat to parliament was sent by Islamic Terrorist from Tamilnadu.


 


Last year there was a bomb hoax to Veda Vyasa school in Kozhikode. This time to Rama Krishna Mission school, one may surprise that why these hoaxes to those Schools and Institutions headed by Hindus organisations? Keeping in mind about recent security reports that arms and ammunition had been smuggled and stored all over Malabar region, wont allow none of the security experts to wash their hands blaming this as a Prank call.


 


It could be assessing the reaction of Police and the response of Public in general which will help the evil forces to plant a real bomb.


 


 

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