Suspicious letter to Sadhvi Pragya reveals Modi-Shah-Doval's life in danger
The letter is written in Urdu and some other letters were attached to it. I have received similar letters earlier and informed the police about this, they never took any action. This is a big conspiracy by the enemies of the country. "
Bhopal: Controversial BJP MP Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, who is often in the news, on Monday night lodged a complaint with police, alleging that she received envelopes by post which had poisonous chemicals on them. She further stated that she has received a suspicious letter too written in Urdu language.
According to Sadhvi Pragya, the suspicious letter received had cross has been placed on the pictures of PM Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Sadhvi Pragya too.
Police officials arrived at the MP's house soon after receiving the information and called the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) team, who seized both the powder and letter for investigation.
Police seized 3-4 envelopes from the MP's residence and some of these contained letters in the Urdu language, they said.
"We got a complaint from the MP that she had received envelopes allegedly having some harmful chemicals in them and we are filing an FIR in the matter," Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Bhopal Irshad Wali told sources.
When asked about the presence of chemicals in the envelope, the DIG said that it will be clear only after the forensic team examines it.
In the context of the suspicious letter, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur says that this letter can be from a terrorist. She said, "The letter is written in Urdu and some other letters were attached to it. I have received similar letters earlier and informed the police about this, they never took any action. This is a big conspiracy by the enemies of the country. "
Efforts to contact the BJP MP from Bhopal or her aides were not successful.
Meanwhile, a picture of a brown envelope, purportedly with Thakur's address on it, was being circulated on social media with a message that it contained some poisonous chemical which was life threatening.
City Superintendent of Police (CSP) Umesh Tiwari said a case has been registered against an unidentified person on charges of criminal intimidation and voluntarily causing grievous hurt at Kamla Nagar police station and added that the matter is under investigation.
Now the forensic team is investigating the complete matter.