'Only four days left': Yogi Adityanath gets death threat on UP police helpline
Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has a 'Z+' VVIP armed security cover which was given to him in 2017.
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has reportedly received death threats from an unknown person, who warned that he has 'only four days left'. The threat was received on the WhatsApp emergency dial number '112' of the Uttar Pradesh Police. A complaint has been filed in Sushant Golf City police station and efforts are underway to trace the number from which the threat was received.
According to reports, the police have deployed a surveillance team to trace the individual and a team has been constituted to arrest the individual. The threats were received on the evening of April 29, police officials said.
CM Yogi receives Death threat:
This is not the first time the UP CM has received death threats. Earlier, CRPF Mumbai Received a Mail Threatening Attacks on Yogi Adityanath and Amit Shah.
The Home Minister Amit Shah and the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, have received death threats, along with a threat of a terror attack. The CRPF Headquarters of Mumbai have received an email, which contained these threats.
In September, November and December last year as well, calls were received threatening Adityanath.
A teenager issued a death threat in November
In November, for instance, a 15-year-old boy had sent a message on the 112-helpline of the Uttar Pradesh Police. The police had traced the mobile number of the juvenile to Agra and arrested and sent him to a juvenile home.
According to reports, the teenager was miffed over the closure of schools in the state in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister was given a category 'Z+' VVIP armed security cover in 2017, with 25-28 armed commandos following him wherever he goes. "The Chief Minister's security has been bolstered and he will now be secured by a strong team of CISF commandos every time he moves across the country. A similar commando contingent will be deployed at his official residence," an official was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.
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