Bomb threats scared Bengaluru’s schools, but authorities like Home Minister Dr. G. Parameshwara and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah intervened without delay. They pledged to inspect everything and ensure the security of every child. They’re putting a lot of effort into identifying the person(s) responsible for these terrifying threats. “Parents, don’t worry, need not panic!” exclaimed CM.
On several schools in Bengaluru received bomb threats, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah says, ‘Police will investigate, and I have directed them to do so. Security measures have been taken, and parents need not panic. I have instructed the police to inspect the schools and enhance security. A preliminary report has been received from the police department.”
Concerned about bomb threats at nearby schools, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar contacted the authorities right away. After receiving the threatening email, he was worried. He emphasized how serious these threats are, even though they might not seem real at first, particularly in light of the Bengaluru Habba. Shivakumar acknowledged the vibrant festival spirit of Bengaluru but urged everyone to be cautious and take these threats seriously.
The fifteen schools that received threats are being thoroughly inspected by police officers. Recognizing that there was a similar incident the previous year, Dr. Parameshwar emphasized the gravity of the situation and asked the CID officials to thoroughly look into the emails containing bomb threats. He vowed to keep working until the source of the threats was found and guaranteed that stringent measures would be put in place to stop any repeat of such upsetting incidents. Dr. Parameshwar intends to obtain detailed information from the department officials upon his return to Bangalore from Tumkur. He also comforted kids and parents, telling them not to worry during this difficult time.