News by “Aakash Hashim“
The Indian police have received an email threatening to blow up Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The email was sent from a Gmail account and addressed to the Ahmedabad Police Commissioner.
The email stated that a bomb would be detonated at the stadium on October 10, 2023, during a cricket match between India and Pakistan. The email also threatened to kill Prime Minister Modi.
Email Threatening to Blow Up Modi Demands Rs500 Crore, Release of Gangster:
On October 7, 2023, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in India received an email threatening to blow up Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The sender of the email also demanded Rs500 crore and the release of incarcerated gangster Lawrence Bishnoi to stop the attack.
This suggests the threat may be linked to Bishnoi’s gang, which has been involved in extortion and murder.
Police are investigating the possibility that Bishnoi’s gang is trying to pressure the government to release him from prison. They are also investigating whether the threat is credible.
The Indian government has not yet commented on the threat. However, it is likely to take it seriously and increase security around Prime Minister Modi and the Narendra Modi Stadium.
It is important to note that the threat has not yet been verified, and it is possible that it is a hoax. However, police are taking it seriously and investigating it thoroughly.
The police have taken the threat seriously and have launched an investigation. They have also increased security at the stadium and around Prime Minister Modi.
The police have urged the public to be vigilant and to report any suspicious activity. They have also asked people to not spread rumors or panic.
The motive behind the threat is not yet known. However, the police are investigating the possibility of a terrorist attack.