Ranchi: In July 2020, Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren received death threats from two different emails on different days. Due to the delay in action in this incident, it has become impossible to catch the person who threatened Chief Minister Hemant. In fact, the German government has made it clear that it only preserves data for a year. Hence, due to the delayed receipt of the news, it is now difficult to ascertain who had made the threat.
In this incident, the police registered a case and gave the responsibility of investigation to the CID. That's when an investigation revealed that threats were made using foreign servers. Interpol's assistance was also sought in this incident, but due to the lengthy process, it got delayed. The mail was sent to the CM by cybercriminals from the server of the German company. Server details were sought from Germany through Interpol, but now the German government has corresponded through Interpol. It states that the data in the respective server is preserved for one year only. Now due to lack of data, it cannot be handed over to Interpol. Thereafter, Interpol has informed the CID of the State Police in this regard.
The help of Interpol is taken to collect the details from the same foreign server. The state police cannot directly request Interpol, so action is taken in the matter from Interpol only through CBI. In such a situation, the investigator of the case had written a letter to the CBI Headquarters Delhi by order of the CID Headquarters. The investigating officer of the cyber police station had also applied in the court to seek help from Interpol.