Yogi Adityanath gets death threat, case registered


A case was filed against an unidentified person after Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, received a death threat, according to the Lucknow police on Tuesday.
The threat was delivered through SMS on Dial 112, a number set up by the government of Uttar Pradesh for emergency services, in which the sender expressed a threat to kill Chief Minister Yogi shortly. After receiving the threat, the 112 Operation Commander submitted it to the Sushant Golf City police station. A case has been filed under Sections 506, 507, and IT Act 66 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

“Case has been registered under sections 506 and 507 IPC and 66 IT Act in PS Sushant Golf City against an unknown person after ‘Dial 112’ receives death threat for Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath,” the police said. On Sunday, police made an unrelated arrest of the author of a letter that threatened to detonate a suicide bomb on Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Kochi on April 24.
The police reported that Xavier has been named as the suspect.
K Surendran, the leader of the BJP in Kerala, claimed on Saturday that he had received a letter last week detailing a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

K Sethu Raman, the commissioner of the Kochi City Police, told Reporters that “the person who sent the threat letter against the Prime Minister was arrested.” The accused, Xavier, was detained yesterday. The cause is a personal grudge. To catch his neighbour off guard, he sent the letter. Using forensics, we were able to locate him.
The Prime Minister will arrive in Kochi under tight security. For this reason, 2060 police officers have been appointed. Traffic control has also been implemented as part of this as of 2 p.m., the Commissioner stated.