There seems to be repeated number of conspiracies triggering behind the back of PM Narendra Modi depicting a major threat to his life and his Prime Ministerial Post. After the recent news of a major “Plot to Assasinate PM Modi” as similar way of Rajiv Gandhi style, here’s another threat in news!!
The Mumbai Police have arrested a man after he allegedly dialled the National Security Guard (NSG) control room in New Delhi and warned of a “chemical attack” on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The DB Marg Police arrested the 22 year old Kashinath Mandal on 27th of July.
Kashinath who works as a Security guard has somehow managed to get New Delhi-based NSG control room’s contact number and called up them. And is said to have further warned them of a “chemical attack” on the PM.
According to sources, “A case has been registered against Kashinath under Indian Penal Code Sections 505 (1)& (2) and Section 182 (false information with the intent to cause public servant to use his lawful power to the injury of another person). The charges of making, publishing or circulating any statement, rumour or report creating or promoting enmity, hatred or ill-will between classes according to the sections charged under IPC.
But to the ill fortune of Kashinath, he failed escape from the hands of Mumbai Police and was arrested when he was about to board a train leaving for Surat from the Mumbai Central Railway Station (CST).The NSG is said to have traced the number to Mumbai and apprised the city police of it.Later, the accused was produced before a court which sent him to police custody. Mandal will be produced in the court again later.
According to the Mumbai Police, Kashinath, during the questioning, told the Mumbai Police that “one of his friends recently got killed in a Naxal attack in Jharkhand. He added that he wanted to meet PM Narendra Modi in this regard”.
Source: Timesnow news