Jaish ul Hind, a hitherto unknown and unheard of organisation, has taken responsibility for placing a explosives-laden vehicle outside ‘Antilia’, the house of Mukesh Ambani and family in Mumbai, Maharashtra. In a message on the Telegram app, Jaish ul Hind said the explosive-laden vehicle outside Mukesh Ambani’s house was “only a trailer” and “a big picture is yet to come”.
Jaish ul Hind’s message, reminiscent of the kind of threat issued after placing explosives near the Embassy of Israel in New Delhi, says, “The brother who placed the SUV near the Ambani house has reached the safe house. This was just a trailer and big picture is yet to come”.
On 18 February, a vehicle with explosives inside was found parked near industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia in Mumbai. An FIR was registered in the case.
Jaish demands from Ambani money through Bitcoin
In its message on Telegram app, Jaish-ul-Hind has demanded money through Bitcoin. Investigative agencies have been challenged in the message that reads: “Stop us if you can.”
Addressing Ambani, the message says, “Next time the SUV will ram into your… kids car (sic) if you don’t agree to the demands now.” The message from the apparently Islamic organisation further says, “You (Ambani) know what you have to do, just transfer the money regarding which we have told you earlier”.
Police have recovered a threatening letter addressed to Mukesh Ambani and his wife Nita Ambani from the car found outside their residence. The letter said that the unassembled gelatin sticks and the SUV outside Antilia were just a “trailer”.
Same organisation claimed Israel Embassy attack in Delhi
About a month ago, the same organisation had claimed responsibility for the blast outside Israel Embassy in Delhi.
“As for the agencies, we dare you to stop us. You could do nothing when we hit you under your nose in Delhi. You tied up with Mossad and yet you failed miserably. By the will of Allah, you will fall again and again,” says the message. Mossad is Israel’s national intelligence agency that has joined hands with the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in regards to the blast that took place near the Israeli embassy in New Delhi last month.