Those working insider the cargo division of Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) were evacuated and area cordoned on Wednesday evening, after a message was found scribbled inside the toilet room about terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) blowing up the area on Republic Day, 2018.The security agencies which have taken charge of the premises are probing the matter and a Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad (BDDS) has been summoned to scan for explosives among the tons of cargo lying there. The security agencies are on an alert athough they are also looking into the message as the handiwork of pranksters.Deepak Deoraj, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Operations) and spokesperson for Mumbai police department, said, “We have contacted the CISF for further procedure.”The situation is reminiscent of a similar threat message found scribbled in an airport toilet wall in January 2015 on two occasions, warning of an Islamic State (ISIS) attack on Republic Day.
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