Delhi-Toronto Air Canada Flight Bomb Threat Email Was Sent For 'Fun', Teen Wanted To Check THIS

?The incident unfolded on the night of June 4, when the airport police received a distress call regarding the bomb threat email for Air Canada Flight No. AC043. Upon receiving the report, a case was registered under relevant sections of the law.
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New Delhi: A 13-year-old boy has been apprehended for sending a hoax bomb threat email to authorities at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport in Delhi. The email falsely claimed that there was a bomb on a flight scheduled from Delhi to Toronto.
Why did the child sent the threat?
During questioning, the teenager admitted to sending the hoax email for fun, wanting to test whether he could be traced by authorities. He disclosed that he had created a fake email ID on his mobile phone and used his mother's Wi-Fi connection to send the email anonymously. After sending the e-mail, he immediately deleted said e-mail ID.
Teen Produced Before JJB
Two mobile phones, linked to the transmission of the hoax threat email, were seized as crucial evidence. Following his apprehension, the teenager was produced before the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), which entrusted his custody to his parents.
Bomb Threat Email
The incident unfolded on the night of June 4, when the airport police received a distress call regarding the bomb threat email for Air Canada Flight No. AC043. Upon receiving the report, a case was registered under relevant sections of the law.
In response to the threat, stringent security measures were immediately implemented at the airport, with protocols activated to ensure the safety of passengers. However, after thorough investigation and a search of the flight, it was determined that the email was a hoax.
A dedicated team, led by Inspector Vijender Rana and comprising officers from the IGI Airport Police Station, worked tirelessly to trace the source of the email. Despite initial challenges, their efforts led them to Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, where the teenager responsible for the hoax was identified and apprehended.
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