In a recent incident adding to the series of hoax calls in the national capital, a plane destined for Dubai from Delhi was subjected to a bomb threat via email, as reported by the police on Tuesday. The Delhi Police disclosed that the threat was received on Monday at 9:35 am. An email containing the bomb threat was sent to the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) office at IGI Airport, specifically targeting the flight from Delhi to Dubai. Following the receipt of the threat, the police initiated necessary legal procedures and conducted a thorough search, finding no suspicious items. Last week, multiple museums in Delhi faced similar bomb threats through emails, which were later confirmed to be false. These threats targeted around 10-15 museums, including the Railway Museum. Police investigations revealed these threats to be hoaxes, with no actual bombs found. In recent times, several institutions including schools, colleges, hospitals, and airports in Delhi have been targets of such hoax bomb threats. Notably, two colleges of Delhi University and over 100 schools in the Delhi-NCR region received such threats in May. In response to these incidents, the High Court in April demanded a detailed status report from the Delhi government regarding hoax bomb threat emails in private schools. Subsequently, on May 17, the Delhi Police submitted a status report to the Delhi High Court, detailing the deployment of five bomb disposal squads and the presence of 18 bomb detection teams across various districts, including IGI airport, railway, and metro areas.