Threat letter to Mukesh Ambani in a car with explosives found near his house

Police have traced the owner of the car with explosives that was found yesterday near the home of billionaire tycoon Mukesh Ambani.

The car had a handwritten threat letter addressed to Ambani and his wife. Security footage showed a man with a hoodie and mask parking the car and leaving, but he has not been identified yet. They also found a few number plates in the car. The bomb disposal squad found twenty gelatin sticks that are typically used in explosives. No details have been released as yet about the contents of the letter that was found. The owner of the car has been found, and it appears that the car was stolen. The original number plate of the car was replaced.

Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh tweeted, “Twenty gelatin explosive sticks were found in a Scorpio van in the vicinity of industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s residence in Mumbai. The Mumbai crime branch police is investigating the matter and findings will be out soon.”

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