Threat Message to Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath

GG News Bureau

Lucknow, 4th May. A threatening message has been sent to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The message was received on the dial 112 control room WhatsApp of Uttar Pradesh Police. The staff at the control room informed the officials after seeing the message. On receiving the information, the officials started investigating and filed a lawsuit at Sushant Golf City Police Station. Police is searching for the accused based on the mobile number.

According to Inspector in-charge Sushant Golf City Vijayendra Singh, Anjul Kumar in Dial 112 is posted as Operations Commander Headquarters. According to Anjul Kumar, a message came on the WhatsApp number of the media desk at 7.58 minutes on the evening of 29 April. In the message, indecent words were used for Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and there was a threat of harm to his life.

It was written in the message that after five days there will be a big accident with the Chief Minister. On reading this message, Call Taker Ankit Dubey, who was on duty, informed the operation commander Anjul Kumar about the threatening message.

Subsequently, a case has been filed against the mobile holder at Sushant Golf City Police Station. Taking the message seriously, the police are investigating with the help of the surveillance cell. So far, the exact location of the suspicious number has not been ascertained. The police team is constantly searching for the accused.

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