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Ministry orders NIA probe into a hoax call to DIAL
This will be the second case to be investigated by the NIA under the newly amended Anti- hijacking act. A businessman from Mumbai, Birju Salla, was convicted with life imprisonment early this year under the new provisions of the Act.
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