Jamnagar police found some concrete details on the recent terror threat to Jamnagar and Reliance refinery.
The accused used an identification card of a truck driver from the reliance refinery. This ID was used to send the terror threat e-mail from cyber café.
Last Saturday, the central Intelligence Bureau (IB) found the driver in question, and he denied visiting the café at sabarkantha from where the email originated. Although the driver didn’t knew of the driving license misuse,
a senior police officer did confirmed that they are looking to see where the scanned license are kept and how the infrastructure is secured.
Police also confirmed that the driving license was dormant, and the driver was not visiting the refinery now.
As we write, Jamnagar city police Is on full alert, along with Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Indian Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Marine Police, Central and State IBs.
Jamnagar police confirmed that 50 person across the state are detained.