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Man arrested for sending fake mails to RGIA

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Vaibhav Thivari, 34, was arrested on Sunday at Bengaluru for sending fake mails to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) repeatedly.
On February 15, he sent an email saying, “Please don’t open international airport doors. The hijackers are using compliance to murder you,” and on Sunday, February 18, he sent another mail saying, “You should have studied better in your country. These people are murderers and use hijacking defence, human air force and vehicle technology etc.”
RGIA police said, “Based on the technical evidence, on Sunday at 5 pm, police apprehended the accused at Bengaluru and brought him to RGIA police station. On interrogation, he confessed to have committed the offence.”
“The accused hails from Bihar State, but settled in Bengaluru. He worked in theIT field from 2012 to 2020. During the time of Covid he fell ill, due to which he lost his job. From that period, he went into a depression,” police mentioned.
The arrest was made under the supervision of DCP Shamshabad Zone K Narayana Reddy,  Shamshabad Zone Additional DCP K Ram Kumar, ACP Shamshabad Division KS Rao and  RGIA police station SI D Appa Rao and SI R Parashuram.

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