New e-mail warns terror attack against visiting Pakistan team

thecheers.org    2007-11-25 07:35:02    

New Delhi, Nov 24 : A television news channel today claimed of receiving e-mail, which has threatened to attack the visiting Pakistani cricket team.
A television news channel today claimed of receiving e-mail, which has threatened to attack the visiting Pakistani cricket team.

This comes a day after similar e-mails reached various news organisations minutes before multiple blasts rocked three cities of Lucknow, Faizabad and Varanasi killing 15 people and injuring 80 others.

The new e-mail received by India TV has given details of the 'impending' blasts in different cities including, New Delhi, Kolkata and Islamabad.

The e-mail threatens Pakistani team to leave India and withdraw from the ongoing Test series against the hosts. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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