An anonymous caller warned of a terror attack similar to the one that occurred on September 11, 2001, if Pakistani woman Seema Haider did not leave the country, according to a Mumbai Police official.;
He revealed on Friday that the call was received on July 12.
The caller, who talked in Urdu, claimed there would be a terror attack similar to the one that occurred in Mumbai on November 26, 2008, and that the Uttar Pradesh government would be to blame.
According to him, the threat call is being looked into by Mumbai Police, and a crime branch team has also been enlisted.
According to the official, the call was placed using an app, and the police were attempting to identify the caller’s IP address.
Pakistani woman Seema Haider recently entered India illegally to wed Greater Noida resident Sachin Meena, who is her sweetheart. While playing the online game PUBG, the two met and became friends.
The 30-year-old Pakistani woman and her 25-year-old Indian partner were detained by the police in connection with her unlawful presence in India, but last week they were released on bail by a court in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
On July 4, Sachin and Seema both publicly proclaimed their love for one another in front of the media and the police, pleading with the government to for their union to continue in India through marriage.