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Man arrested for making hoax call to NIA about chemical attack during Gujarat assembly election

According to the police, the NIA had recently received a call from unknown person claiming that there would be chemical attack in Gujarat during the assembly election.

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The Gamdevi police has registered a case against a 35-year-old man for allegedly making hoax call to National Investigation Agency about the chemical attack in Gujarat during election.
 
According to the police, the NIA had recently received a call from unknown person claiming that there would be chemical attack in Gujarat during the assembly election. Following the call the national agency and other police authorities had begin the investigation and they found that the call was hoax. The agency traced the call to Mira Road and identified the caller as Irshad Shaikh from Mira Road. A case was then lodged at the Gamdevi police station on Tuesday.
 
According to sources, the central agency  informed Maharashtra ATS that the caller is from Mira Road. Thr ATS  promptly swung into action and has detained Shaikh. During interrogation he revealed that he made the call to trap a person who had enmity with him.
 
A case has been registered under section 505 and 182 of Indian Penal Code.
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