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The Supreme Court has received an anonymous email threatening that it will be blown up.
The mail was recieved last weekend, following which the security at the apex court has been increased.
The email was being verified and the source of the sender is yet to be identified.
Meanwhile, the court has barred entry of law interns in court rooms foll, and litigants will not to be issued passes for consultation purposes.
Last week, Supreme Court Justice Dipak Misra, who headed the three-member bench that gave the final judgment on Yakub Memon, received a threatening note which claimed that “irrespective of the protection you may avail, we will eliminate you”.
The anonymous note addressed to Justice Misra was found by security guards in the backyard of his home in Delhi, and investigators believe that it was thrown over the wall, which is not guarded by CCTV cameras or security personnel.
The Supreme Court had rejected Yakub Memon’s last-minute plea just two hours before the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict was scheduled to be executed in the Nagpur central jail.