Threatening Email Sent to Karnataka Chief Minister and Cabinet Ministers
Threatening Email Sent to Karnataka Chief Minister and Cabinet Ministers

Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and several other cabinet ministers received a threatening email on Tuesday, raising concerns about potential violence in the state. The email, addressed to prominent figures including Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, and Home Minister G Parameshwara, was sent from the email address

The email demanded a payment of 2.5 million dollars, threatening to carry out large-scale explosions on buses, trains, temples, hotels, and public areas throughout Karnataka if the demand was not met. It specifically mentioned targeting the Ambari Utsav bus for the next explosion, with intentions to escalate demands on social media and share screenshots of the email.

The Bengaluru City Crime Branch police have registered a case in response to the threat. This incident comes after the Karnataka Police arrested Mohammed Rasool Kaddare for posting a video on social media, wherein he threatened to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Rasool was apprehended following an FIR registered at Surpur police station in Karnataka's Yadgiri, and he was charged under sections 505(1)(b), 25(1)(b) of the Indian Penal Code and Arms Act.

Bharatiya Janata Party leader and senior advocate Nalin Kohli commented on the incident, expressing concern over the emergence of such elements in Karnataka. He highlighted the significance of addressing the mindset behind these threats, especially as instances of individuals expressing support for Pakistan and issuing life threats to Prime Minister Modi have surfaced in the state. Kohli emphasized the ongoing efforts of Karnataka Police and other agencies in tackling such threats.

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