Vehicle with explosives found near Mukesh Ambani's house in Mumbai

Rahul M
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Bomb scare
Bomb scare

The bomb disposal squad of the Mumbai police has towed away an abandoned green colour Scorpio car that was parked close to Mukesh Ambani's residence Antilia, triggering a bomb scare on Thursday, 25 January evening.

Police sources told The Quint that they have reportedly found a stockpile of explosive gelatin material in the car.

The suspicious vehicle was found on Carmichael Road on Thursday, PRO Mumbai Police told ANI that, “Gamdevi Police Station Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad team and other Police teams reached the spot, examined the vehicle, and found some explosive material, Gelatin, inside. It's not an assembled explosive device.”

"We are investigating the matter. Suspect car is being examined. Let's wait for the investigation," Shambhuraj Desai, MOS Home, said to The Deccan Herald.

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The police were alerted after Ambani’s security personnel notified them on it. Over a hundred police personnel reached the spot with the bomb detection and disposal squad, dog squad, and quick response team (QRT) commandos.

(This is a developing story)