A man, who threatened to blow up Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan’s Mumbai house, Mannat, was recently arrested by the Madhya Pradesh Police, as per reports.
A police official on Sunday confirmed the news regarding the man’s arrest, who allegedly made a call to the Mumbai Police control room about a terror attack on January 6.
As per Indian media reports, the alleged man, identified as Jitesh Thakur, 35, was arrested in Jabalpur city of MP, on Saturday, after he threatened to blow up several famous locations in Mumbai, including SRK’s residence, Mannat.
On his call, he claimed that he was from the army and there will be an attack in Mumbai with a “nuclear bomb” and bombings at places like CSMT, Kurla railway station, near Shah Rukh Khan’s bungalow, and near a gurdwara.
Post his call, bomb detection and disposal squads and sniffer dog units searched all the spots but nothing suspicious was found, the official said.
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