Arvind Kejriwal's office gets death threats over e-mails
Arvind Kejriwal's office gets death threats over e-mailsnews24online.com
New Delhi, August 2:
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s office has received two e-mails from an anonymous e-mail ID, allegedly threatening to kill him.
The Delhi Police has registered a case and is trying to identify the suspect.
Anyesh Roy, deputy commissioner of police (cyber cell of special cell) said a complaint regarding the threat emails were received from the Delhi’s government’s home department.
“A case has been registered under section 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code. Our teams are trying to identify and nab the suspect,” DCP Roy was quoted as saying.
Both the emails did not have any text except “…kill,kill,kill…” written in their subject line.
“We began our enquiry as soon as we were informed about it. A formal complaint was sought after another such email from the same ID was received by the chief minister’s office. We have approached the service provider concerned and sought details about the user of the email ID in question. They have assured us to send the details at the earliest,” the officer was quoted as saying.
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