Google’s Pune office receives a bomb threat, and police in Hyderabad apprehend the suspect.

Google organization’s office in Maharashtra’s Pune city was momentarily placed on alert after a call was gotten about a bomb in the premises which later ended up being a deception, police said on Monday.

A man, who purportedly settled on the decision in an intoxicated state, has been followed to Hyderabad and caught from that point, they said.

Google’s office situated at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai got a call at 7.54 pm on Sunday that a bomb was stayed with at the’s Pune office, situated on the eleventh floor of a multi-story business working in Mundhwa region here, an authority said.

The organization authorities stopped a grievance with the BKC police who enlisted a FIR against the then unidentified individual Indian Corrective Code Segments 505(1)(B) (purpose to cause, or which is probably going to cause, dread or caution to public) and 506 (criminal terrorizing), he said.

The Mumbai Police in this manner imparted the data to their Pune partners, the authority said.

In the wake of being alarmed, Pune police and the Bomb Discovery and Removal Crew arrived at the spot and did broad quests, Pune Delegate Chief of Police (Zone V) Vikrant Deshmukh said.

“The call later ended up being a deception. The guest has been followed to Hyderabad and caught. He purportedly settled on the decision in an intoxicated condition,” the authority said.
Further examination is on into the episode, he added.

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