Mumbai police got an email on Thursday that said someone wanted to kill Indian Prime Minister Modi and blow up the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. This was happening while India was having the ICC Men’s World Cup. According to Hindustan Times, the email asked the Indian government to pay 5 billion Indian rupees to free infamous gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, who is currently being held in Delhi’s Mandoli jail. Read out complete details about Bomb threat to Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad for World Cup 2023 down below.
Bomb threat to Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad for World Cup 2023
The email went on to say that the group that sent it had already planned the attacks and hired people to do them. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) allegedly got the letter from Europe and then told the Mumbai police about it, according to the police.
“We got the email from the NIA, which also told all the relevant agencies in other places.” A police officer said, “We also got the email address from which the NIA got the email and are also trying to track that down. At first glance, it looks like the mail came from Europe.”
The police officer said that they are looking for the sender and will review and, if necessary, take steps to make all cricket games safer. The story also said that he thought the message was a joke or something bad done by someone in another country.
The police officer also said that the message seems to be a prank or some kind of mischief from someone in a different country. However, they are still looking for the sender and will review and, if necessary, tighten security at all cricket matches.
“We will blow up Narendra Modi and the Narendra Modi stadium too if the government doesn’t pay us ₹500 crore and free Lawrence Bishnoi,” the email to the NIA said.
“In Hindustan, everything is for sale, so we bought something too.” You will never be safe from us, no matter how much you lock up. Use this email to talk if you want to.
Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, the leader of the Khalistani movement, has already been charged with making threats to attack World Cup games. He even said he would get even for the killing of Shaheed Nijar three weeks ago.