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Threat to Narendra Modi Stadium: World Cup Faces Security Alert


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An email threat was received by Mumbai police, endangering the life of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and targeting the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The email, demanding a substantial sum of money and the release of a notorious gangster, Lawrence Bishnoi, has raised security concerns and prompted a nationwide investigation.

According to reports, the threat email not only demanded the Indian government pay 5 billion Indian rupees but also called for the release of Lawrence Bishnoi, who is currently in custody at Delhi’s Mandoli jail. The menacing message claimed that the group responsible for the threat had already made preparations to carry out these attacks.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA), which reportedly received the threat letter from Europe, immediately alerted the Mumbai police and other relevant agencies. Authorities are now on high alert, working to trace the sender’s location and verify the credibility of the threat. While some officials suspect it may be a prank or a malicious act by someone abroad, the seriousness of the threat cannot be overlooked.

A police officer involved in the case stated, “We have received the email from the NIA, which has alerted all concerned agencies in other places as well. We also got the email ID from which the NIA got the email and are trying to trace that as well and prima facie, it seems that the mail has come from Europe.”

In response to this alarming situation, security measures at all cricket events, including the ongoing World Cup matches, are being reviewed and enhanced if deemed necessary. While the email’s authenticity is still under investigation, authorities are leaving no stone unturned in ensuring the safety and security of the Prime Minister and the public.

The threat email stated, “We will blow up Narendra Modi and the Narendra Modi stadium as well if the government fails to pay us ₹500 crore and release Lawrence Bishnoi. Everything sells in Hindustan, so we too have bought something. No matter how much you secure, you won’t be able to remain safe from us. If you wish to talk, do so on this email.”

This threat follows a previously registered case against Khalistani leader Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, who had threatened to attack World Cup matches and seek revenge for the assassination of Shaheed Nijar. The authorities are taking these threats seriously and are actively working to ensure the safety of all individuals attending the World Cup events.

As the investigation unfolds, security agencies and law enforcement remain vigilant to protect the Prime Minister, the public, and the integrity of the ongoing ICC Men’s World Cup in India.

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