Delhi Police on Wednesday received two PCR calls from a man who threatened to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. A team has been deployed to locate the caller, said Delhi Police in a statement, according to news agency ANI.
The man who had made threatening calls to kill the Prime Minister, Union Home Minister and Bihar CM was identified as Sudheer Sharma, a resident of Madipur in Delhi. The accused's family reportedly said that he is a habitual drinker, when police contacted the family to reach the person.
The police are trying to locate the man who made the threatening calls as he was not at home when the police reached his address.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (outer) Harendra Singh said a PCR call was received at 10:46 am on Wednesday and the caller threatened to kill the Bihar chief minister if not given Rs 10 crore. The location of the caller was traced to the Nangloi area, he said.
The caller rang up again at 10:54 am, this time threatening to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah if not given Rs 2 crore, the DCP said, adding the location was under the Paschim Vihar (East) police station, reported news agency PTI.