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Hoax bomb calls for four Vijayawada schools
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Hoax bomb calls for four Vijayawada schools

Parents in large numbers come back to take their kids

Hyderabad, September 11, 2007

It became a routine thing but Schools and Police in Vijayawada had a tough time early in the morning. Four schools in Vijayawada received telephone calls that bombs were installed in the schools. The telephone calls are believed to have originated from coin box telephones in the wee hours, barely within an hour of the start of the school session of the day.

Sniffer dogs and bomb disposal squads have come in to do a thorough check for few hours and finally concluded the calls to be hoax. In the meanwhile parents returned back to the schools to take their wards back. The school managements had a tough time convincing parents that their wards are in safe hands.

Police has asked schools and educational institutions to install caller-id for their telephones so that the telephones can traced easily. Security has become a prime concern for police in the wake of recent unrest and a sequence of untoward incidents happening in various parts of the state.

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