On Tuesday, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and two private sector banks, HDFC and ICICI, received threatening emails accusing them of orchestrating the ‘biggest scam in the history of India.’
The sender, claiming to have planted bombs at 11 Mumbai locations, demanded the resignation of Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman and RBI governor Shaktikanta Das.
The emails insisted on immediate resignations and a press statement disclosing the alleged scam, calling for appropriate punishment.
Where were the ‘bombs’ planted?
The threatened locations included RBI-New Central Building, HDFC House-Churchgate, and ICICI Bank Towers-BKC. The emails warned that the explosives were supposedly set to detonate at 1:30 pm.
What did the police find?
Mumbai Police conducted searches, but no evidence was found. A case has been registered, and an investigation is underway, according to a police official.
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