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Death threat to UP CM Yogi Adityanath, Anti-Terror Squad alerted

CM Yogi Adityanath: Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, received a death threat due to a call. The toll-free number 112 was called. Rihan, the caller, has had a case filed against him, and the UP Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) has been informed. In addition to the call, the caller texted the UP Police’s social media desk.

Caller’s DP featured a picture with the word Allah

Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, has been threatened with death over a phone call to 112. On Tuesday, Lucknow Police apprehended a guy in connection with a threat call received earlier that day. It has since been revealed that it was the work of a lover who was fed up with his girlfriend’s father. On UP 112 and its WhatsApp group, a call and message threatening the UP CM’s life were received. A case was filed, and police began an investigation right away. At a public event yesterday in Amroha, Yogi Adityanath said, “Just as you elevated your old art by playing the dholak, we also succeeded in our quest to remove the mafia by playing the ‘dholak’. The caller’s DP featured a picture with the word Allah on it. According to the information provided by the state police, “CM Yogi will be killed soon.” was written in the statement.

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This is the whole incident

After tracing the call, Lucknow Police contacted the number’s owner, who stated that his phone had been stolen two days prior. Neighbours later informed police that a man named Ameen devised a scheme to frame his girlfriend’s father. Ameen, 18, was angry with his girlfriend’s father, who was unhappy with their connection, according to authorities. In a moment of rage, he grabbed his girlfriend’s father’s phone, Sajjad Hussaain’s, and used it to threaten the chief minister.

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The government of Uttar Pradesh has provided a toll-free number, 112, that can be used to contact the police in an emergency. When law and order and development activities are carried out with the power of a twin engine, he remarked, “this has become possible.”

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