Indore: Rahul Gandhi gets death threat, letter warns of blasts across city

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi received a death threat when he arrived in Indore for his ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra on Friday.

Meanwhile, in the Juni Indore police station area in a sweet shop, a letter was found in which it was written that bomb blasts across the city will take place.

The letter mentioned that Chief Minister Kamal Nath would be shot down and Rahul Gandhi will be killed.

The letter read, “There will be bomb blasts at several places in Indore, Kamal Nath will be shot down and you will be sent where your father Rajiv Gandhi is.”

Moreover, the police are examining the CCTV footage of the area and the person who left the letter is also been searched.

According to police sources, this act can be the handiwork of a mischievous element.

A day after lashing Veer Savarkar the threat came. Earlier on Thursday the Congress leader said, “Veer Savarkar, in a letter written to the British, said “Sir, I beg to remain your most obedient servant” and signed on it. Savarkar helped the British. He betrayed leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Sardar Patel by signing the letter out of fear.”

However, after which the grandson of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar Ranjit Savarkar said he will be filing a complaint against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi at Shivaji Park Police Station in Mumbai for insulting Savarkar.

“It is not the first time Rahul Gandhi and Congress have insulted Savarkar. In the past too, they have insulted Savarkar, so I have decided to file a complaint against Rahul Gandhi at Shivaji Park police station,” Savarkar said.

“I will file a complaint for insulting our leader freedom fighter. Rahul Gandhi is a serial offender in this regard. In the past in 2017 also did the same thing,” Ranjit Sarvarkar also added, “Congress is trying to play vote bank politics and uses the same agenda of insulting Veer Savarkar,” Savarkar concluded.

Nowadays, Congress leaders are on Bharat Jodo Yatra, which began on 7 September from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.

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