Concern arises as BDDS team found 54 detonators outside Kalyan Railway Station in Mumbai.

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In a concerning development, authorities have uncovered 54 detonators outside the Kalyan Railway Station in Mumbai. The discovery has sparked fears of potential terrorist activity or criminal intent aimed at disrupting the region’s transportation infrastructure. The detonators were found concealed in a nondescript package near the station premises earlier today. Upon the discovery, local law enforcement agencies immediately cordoned off the area and initiated an investigation to determine the origins of the explosives and the motive behind their placement.

 

Officials from the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) and the Railway Protection Force (RPF) have been deployed to the scene to assist in the investigation. Bomb disposal squads are also on standby to safely neutralize the explosives and ensure the safety of the public.

 

Authorities have urged the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity or objects to the authorities immediately. Security measures around the Kalyan Railway Station and other key transportation hubs in Mumbai have been heightened in response to the incident.

 

At this time, the exact nature of the threat and the individuals or groups responsible for placing the detonators remain unknown. However, law enforcement agencies are working tirelessly to gather evidence and apprehend those involved to prevent any potential harm to the public.

 

Passengers and commuters are advised to follow instructions from law enforcement personnel and exercise caution while traveling in the vicinity of the Kalyan Railway Station until the situation is fully resolved. Further updates on the investigation are expected as authorities continue their efforts to ensure the safety and security of the public transportation system in Mumbai.

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