Latest news: Many schools of Delhi-NCR including DPS Dwarka and Amity receive bomb threats, searches underway

Several prominent schools in the Delhi-NCR region were evacuated on Wednesday morning after receiving bomb threats via email. The affected institutions included DPS Dwarka, Amity School in Pushp Vihar, and Mother Mary’s School in Mayur Vihar.

In response to the alarming emails, the schools swiftly initiated evacuation procedures as a precautionary measure. The Delhi Police, along with bomb detection units, bomb disposal squads, and the Delhi Fire Service, were immediately dispatched to conduct thorough searches of the school premises.


According to police sources, the bomb threat emails were received around 3:10 AM at the Amity International School in Pushp Vihar, as well as at DPS Dwarka, DPS Noida, Sanskriti School, and Mother Mary’s School in Mayur Vihar.

As the extensive search operations continued throughout the morning, authorities confirmed that no suspicious items had been found on the school grounds. However, the investigation into the source of the threats and the identity of the perpetrators remains ongoing.

This is not an isolated incident, as the Delhi Public School in R.K. Puram also received a similar bomb threat in February, prompting an evacuation and police investigation.

The safety and security of students and staff remain the top priority for the affected schools and local authorities. They are working tirelessly to resolve this situation and ensure the well-being of the educational community.

Further updates on the progress of the searches and the investigation are expected as the situation develops.