Multiple Delhi schools, including various campuses of Delhi Public School (DPS), Amity, and Mother Mary’s, faced bomb threats on Wednesday morning, as per officials. These threats prompted the evacuation of at least six schools across different parts of the city. In response, the Delhi Police initiated a thorough search of the premises to ensure safety.

A coordinated effort involving the bomb detection unit, bomb disposal team, and the Delhi Fire Service was launched to conduct comprehensive search operations at the affected schools. Delhi Public School, Dwarka, was among the targeted institutions, with security personnel deployed promptly upon receiving the threat.

Other schools impacted by the threats included Mother Mary’s School in Mayur Vihar, Amity campuses in Saket and Pushp Vihar, as well as DPS Noida and Sanskriti School. In each case, authorities swiftly evacuated the premises and commenced thorough checks.

Initial investigations by the Delhi Police revealed a pattern of similar threatening emails being sent to multiple locations since the previous day. The absence of a specific deadline or blind carbon copy (BCC) in the emails suggested a widespread distribution, prompting further investigation into the matter.

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As a precautionary measure, affected schools decided to remain closed for the day to ensure the safety and security of students and staff. Parents were promptly notified to collect their children from the school premises, with arrangements made for private commuters to facilitate the process.

In response to the situation, school authorities urged cooperation from parents and stakeholders while emphasizing the priority of ensuring the well-being of students and staff. The ongoing investigation aims to ascertain the origins and motives behind the threatening emails, with authorities working diligently to address the situation and restore normalcy to the affected schools.

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