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Mumbai bomb scare: No threat to Ambani, says alleged Jaish-ul-Hind banner; denies connection with incident

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MUMBAI: A day after Mumbai police said an organisation named Jaish-ul-Hind has claimed the responsibility of placing an explosives-laden SUV near industrialist Mukesh Ambani's house in the south Mumbai, the little known outfit on Monday denied any connection with the incident.

In a poster shared on Telegram, the Jaish-ul-Hind said Ambani had no threat from them and claimed that the earlier message shared in the name of Jaish-ul-Hind was fake.

"This morning we saw Indian news outlets flashing news that we "Jaish UI Hind" took the responsibility of the incident that happened outside Indian business tycoon Mukesh Ambani's residence. We also got to know about a telegram account in the name of Jaish ul Hind that has released a banner claiming the same incident," it said.

"By this poster, we want to clear that "Jaish UI Hind" has no relation with the incident that happened outside Mukesh Ambani's bungalow. The alleged telegram account and the poster have no link with Jaish UI Hind, We condemn the Indian Intelligence agencies for morphing and making a fake poster in the name of Jaish UI Hind," the lesser know outfit claimed.

Mumbai bomb scare

A Scorpio with gelatin sticks was found parked on Carmichael Road near 'Antilia', the multi-storey residence of Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, on Thursday evening. The registration number on the vehicle's number plate was the same as that of an SUV in Ambani's security detail, police had said.

The name 'Jaishul-Hind' first surfaced following a blast near the Israel embassy in New Delhi in January this year. The Mumbai police had earlier said that all possible angles were being investigated in this connection.

Reacting to the latest claim, deputy commissioner of police (PRO) S Chaitanya said, “No comments. Mumbai Police is investigating all angles.”

“We suspect that such claims are an afterthought. Terror organisations usually take responsibility for the attack in 24 hrs,” an official said.

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