Jaish-ul-Hind Refutes Reports Of Their Involvement In Placing Explosives Near Ambani House

The organization Jaish-ul-Hind has issued a statement denying their involvement behind the explosive-laden SUV found at the Ambani house. Mumbai Police is further investigating the case thoroughly.

ZEE5 Web Desk

March 1, 2021

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A week ago, the news of an explosive-laden SUV outside Mukesh Ambani’s house in Mumbai made headlines. While the police started with their investigation, the reports of Jaish-ul-Hind’s involvement in the matter came to the surface. However, refuting all these rumours, Jaish-ul-Hind has now released a statement, denying any role in the incident.

They also added that the reports of their involvement are completely fake and baseless. The statement was released on a banner titled ‘No threat to Ambani from Jaish-ul-Hind’. The statement read, “We never take money from Kuffars (those who reject or disbelieve in god), and never have any fight with Indian Tycoon.” 

It further added, “This morning, we saw Indian news outlets flashing news that we “Jaish-ul- Hind” took the responsibility behind an incident that happened outside Indian business tycoon Mukesh Ambani’s residence. We also came to know about a Telegram account in the name of Jaish-ul-Hind has released a banner claiming the same incident.”

The organization added that it has no relation with the incident nor with the alleged telegram account that released a poster in the name of Jaish-ul-Hind. They said, “We condemn Indian intelligence agencies for morphing and making fake posters at the behest of Jaish-ul-Hind.” 

Meanwhile, ten teams of Mumbai Police and the NIA are jointly investigating the incident and its links. The cops are checking out CCTV footage from Mulund toll Naka, where a Toyota Innova SUV was last seen. For those unaware, On Thursday, February 25, an SUV with unassembled explosives, a letter, and a fake number plate was found parked near Ambani’s house Antilia.

Meanwhile, stay tuned to ZEE5 for more updates.

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