Jaish-ul-Hind has claimed responsibility for placing the gelatin-laden vehicle outside Mukesh Ambani's house in Mumbai. The organisation claimed responsibility by posting a message on the Telegram app, however, official confirmation from the Mumbai Police is awaited. Jaish-ul-Hind has also demanded money through Bitcoin from the billionaire industrialist. It also challenged the investigative agencies in the message saying National Investigation Agency (NIA) joined hands with Israeli intelligence agency Mossad but failed to investigate the blast that took place near the Israeli embassy in New Delhi last month. The registration number displayed SUV matched with the registration number of a vehicle in Mukesh Ambani's security detail.
The SUV was first noticed at around 3 pm after which some people from the locality alerted the local police, who rushed to the spot and cordoned off the entire area. According to the police, the total weight of the explosive is 2.60 kg. This was just a trailer and the big picture is yet to come, read a note. Mumbai Police early on Friday registered an FIR and launched a massive manhunt to track the two persons who abandoned gelatin loaded vehicle near Antilia, the home of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) Chairman.The Scorpio had been stolen from the eastern suburbs a few days ago, while the gelatin sticks are manufactured in a Nagpur-based company, Solar Explosives Ltd. Jaish-ul-Hind had earlier claimed responsibility for the low-intensity bomb blast that occurred near the Embassy on January 29.