Bomb threat: Russian server used in fake bomb threat against schools | Kanpur News

Kanpur: Police on Thursday registered two FIRs in connection with the fake bomb threat received at several schools of Kanpur. Preliminary investigations have revealed that Russian servers were used to send the threatening emails, police said. One FIR was registered at the Nazirabad Police Station and the other at the Cyber ​​Cell. The FIR registered with the Nazirabad police was later transferred to the Cyber ​​Cell. Deputy Commissioner of Police Harish Chander said, “The help of intelligence agencies is being taken in this matter. Two FIRs were registered in this connection – one at Nazirabad police station and the other at Cyber ​​Cell. FIRs were registered under Section 505 (2) (When false statements etc. are spread with intent to create feelings of enmity, hatred or ill-will between different communities), 507 (Whoever commits the offense of criminal intimidation through anonymous communication). ) or takes any action to conceal the name or place of residence of the person from whom the intimidation is made shall be punishable with imprisonment of any kind for a period which may extend to two years), Section 66 (F) of the IT Act and other appropriate Sections “Around 10 schools, including two government-run schools, received emails on Tuesday in which the sender had threatened to bomb the schools. Harish Chander, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order), said such emails were also received earlier and all necessary arrangements are being made. On May 1, more than 100 schools in Delhi received similar threatening emails. After searches, authorities found no suspicious items. The threat emails were sent from Russia under the email ID [email protected].

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