In the letter, threats have been made to blow up a bomb if Rahul Gandhi stops at Indore’s Khalsa College as part of the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
Indore: The district and police administration here swung into action after the threat of bomb blast to blow up Congress MP Rahul Gandhi in the city was received A threatening letter has been received at a sweet shop in Juni Indore police station area. The letter has made reference to 1984 riots and also threatened to kill former MP CM Kamal Nath. At present, the police is looking for the person who left the letter with the help of CCTV cameras installed nearby, Naidunia reported.
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An unknown person had left a letter at the sweet shop located in Juni Indore police station area of Tehsil Indore, which was handed over to the police by the sweet shop operator. In the letter, threat has been made to blow up a bomb if Rahul Gandhi stops at Indore’s Khalsa College as part of the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
DCP Intelligence Rajat Saklecha has confirmed receiving such threat letter. The letter is said to have come from Ujjain. The name of an MLA has been mentioned in the letter.
It is noteworthy that Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra will enter Madhya Pradesh on October 2024. Police is scanning the TV footage of the surrounding. Recently, one spiritual leader from Punjab had criticized the state Congress President Kamal Nath at Khalsa College after he was honored during the program on Prakash Parv. He had also said that he will never visit Indore again. The incident had sparked a huge controversy.
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