Ambani bomb threat from Indian Mujahideen terrorist in Tihar Jail

At a shocking turn in the investigation of an explosive-laden vehicle found near the Mumbai residence of billionaire Mukesh Ambani, police have allegedly recovered a mobile phone from inside a barrack in Delhi’s Tihar Jail.

The phone was used to create a telegram channel of the alleged terrorist organization Jaish-ul-Hind, which had the responsibility of threatening Ambani.

The Tihar Jail administration conducted a search on Thursday night and recovered a mobile phone from the barrack of Tehsin Akhtar alias Monu, a leading Indian Mujahideen terrorist.

The Delhi government has sought a report from the Director General of Delhi Government regarding confiscation of mobile phones from Tihar Jail after contacting the jail authorities in connection with the investigation of Mukesh Ambani bombings.

Delhi Police said on Friday that Tihar Jail authorities seized a mobile phone, suspected to have been used to operate a telegram channel, claiming responsibility for terrorist activities / threats.

Tehseen was allegedly involved in several bomb attacks, including explosions in Mumbai, Hyderabad and Varanasi.