Man threatened school Principal with IS Attack if kids fees not waived-off

, 12:04 PM IST

Madhya Pradesh:  A man  from Dewas was booked for allegedly threatening to blow up a school with a bomb if the outstanding fees of Rs 44,000 of his kids were not waived-off.

According to Indiatimes, the father of a boy and a girl  had written a letter in Hindi to the principal of BCM School after he demanded him to pay the outstanding fees.

The Principal claimed that the father, identified as Mohommad Usmaan had not paid the fees for year and falsely making harassment complaints against the management.

“We were very scared after we got the letter and immediately approached the police. It is the matter of safety of my school and over 1,300 students studying here,” Fr Varghese Joseph, principal of BCM Prominent School said.

Police claimed that the letter does not seem to be the handiwork of ISIS. “It seems that the letter is written to threaten the principal and in no way is IS involved in this act,” station-in-charge RR Gautam said.