Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan came into the limelight when a caller called the Mumbai Police and informed about a bomb at his house Jalsa. Mumbai Police immediately issued an alert and a team of BDDS (Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad) was deployed outside Big B's house, however, nothing suspicious was found in the investigation. The Crime Intelligence Unit of the Mumbai Crime Branch has now arrested two people in the investigation of the case.
An unknown caller called the Mumbai Police on Friday evening and informed them that bombs have been planted in Dadar, CST and Byculla, including Amitabh Bachchan's house. During the call, the caller did not clarify the area in which the bungalow of the Big B bomb was kept, due to which the area around his four bungalows was taken under investigation. When the police contacted the callers to get more information from the callers, they scolded and cut the call.
In an interview with PTI, the police said, "Soon after the call was received, the Railway Police, Railway Protection Force and BDDS team, dog squad and local police reached the specified location and started the search operation.
During the investigation, the Crime Intelligence Unit of the Mumbai Crime Branch has called and arrested two people who gave information about bombs in four locations of Mumbai. During interrogation, it has come to the fore that the names of these two people are Raju Kangne and Ramesh Sirsath, who made a fake call to the police as they both are badly drunk.
According to some reports, during the search operation, Big B had no idea that investigation was being done outside his bungalow. According to police sources, the team had an idea that it could be a fake call, hence Big B was not informed by the team. When nothing was found in the secret investigation, the team was gone from there.
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