Mukesh Ambani, the wealthiest industrialist in the country received a death threat again on email, Mumbai police confirmed on Saturday. A 19-year-old man was arrested early in the morning today by the Gamdevi police in Mumbai in connection with sending multiple threatening emails to industrialist Mukesh Ambani. According to reports, the police identified the accused as Ganesh Ramesh Vanpardhi, who hails from Telangana. He has been remanded in… read-more
Courtesy: The Free Press Journaal
A threat call was received by an assistant of Jay Panda, National Vice President of BJP, in which the caller threatened that "the same thing will be done to Jay Panda which was done to Naba Das). A complaint with all the details of the threat call has been lodged with the Delhi Police yesterday, who are investigating the matter.
A threat call was received in the control room of the Mantralay on Monday night, August 7. The caller threatened that a terrorist attack is going to happen in the next two days. The police tracked and arrested the caller. The name of the caller is Prakash Kishanchand Khemani (61.) In the past one month, this is the second such threat call received by the police. An investigation is underway.
Mumbai Police Control room received a threat call, in which the caller informed that a tanker filled with RDX was going from to Goa from Mumbai. The caller also said that 2 Pakistani nationals are in the tanker. The caller identified himself as "Pandey". The Mumbai Police said that an investigation into the origin of the call is underway and that there is no need to panic.
After the threat call was received, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath gave a befitting response to the unidentified people. Addressing the media, Yogi said, "There is no place for any mafia dons or criminals in Uttar Pradesh. There is no place for corruption and the corrupt either." Notably, Yogi Adityanath-led BJP started a campaign for the UP Local Body elections, following which he received a threatening call.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
A Mumbai Court has sent the 56-year-old jeweller, who allegedly threatened to kill industrialist Mukesh Ambani and his family, to judicial custody till August 20. Notably, Mumbai police arrested the man for allegedly calling at the Reliance Hospital and threatening the Ambani family. After the arrest, DB Marg Police presented the accused before Police today. Furthermore, after an initial investigation, it was revealed that the man was… read-more