‘Accused’s links with Dawood-Lashkar and PFI’, claims police in Gadkari’s threat case

‘Accused’s links with Dawood-Lashkar and PFI’, claims police in Gadkari’s threat case

Nitin Gadkari Threat Call: Union Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari had received threats of harm a few days back. After which now the Maharashtra Police has made a new disclosure regarding the matter. A police officer claimed on Thursday, April 13, that a person arrested for making threats has links with the Dawood Ibrahim gang and banned organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Popular Front of India (PFI).

While giving the first information about the case, the police had told that the caller had called himself Jayesh Pujari alias Jayesh Kant. He said that Jayesh Pujari is accused of making threatening calls first in January and then in March. Apart from this, Jayesh Pujari has also been proved guilty in the murder case.

he has been radicalized
The city’s Dhantoli police have invoked the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) against Jayesh. Nagpur Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar said on Thursday (April 13) that the investigation revealed that he had links with Dawood gang, PFI and Lashkar. The police commissioner told that he has been radicalised. He was conspiring with other members of Dawood gang in jail.

What is the matter?
Nitin Gadkari had received a threatening call in which the person had demanded Rs 10 crore from him. Along with this, he had threatened to harm Gadkari if he did not get the money. According to the information, the phone call was made three times in Gadkari’s public relations office. The call was received twice in the morning and once in the afternoon. Prior to this, in January also, a person calling himself a priest had called Gadkari’s office. At that time the accused had demanded Rs 100 crore.

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