The employee was shocked when he found that the parcel was carrying all materials of petrol bomb. Two bottles each containing 200 ml of petrol, fuse wire, battery and a match box were stuffed in the parcel, sources said.
The man immediately rushed to near by police station and lodged against the sender. However, police, during its initial probe, found that the name and contact number of the sender written on the parcel were fake.
Meanwhile, the cops started their investigation with the help of the courier service which delivered the parcel to the employee of the sweet-meat shop.