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Mumbai on High Alert: Taj hotels receive bomb blast threat calls from Pakistan

On Tuesday, Mumbai’s Taj Colaba and Taj Land Ends in Bandra received threat calls, that were traced back to Pakistan. The caller threatened to blow-up the two hotels in Mumbai. According to sources, the first call was received at around 12:30 am by the Taj Mahal palace staffers. The call was from a Pakistani number and the caller identified himself as a member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba. He said that everyone witnessed the terrorist attack on the Karachi Stock Exchange. Now the 26/11 attack in the Taj Hotel will happen once again. After a while, a second call was received by the staffers at the Taj Lands End in Bandra. The caller with the same number from Pakistan threatened to blow up the hotel in a similar manner.

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