Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh (UP) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has once again received death threats. The Uttar Pradesh Police (UP Police) helpline number 112 has received a threatening call with a threatening message.
This is not the first time that Yogi Adityanath has received such death threats However, the police are not willing to take it lightly Security has been tightened for the protection of the Uttar Pradesh (UP) Chief Minister.
The Uttar Pradesh Police have registered an FIR with the Golf City Police Station and is searching for the accused.
According to the information received, on the night of April 29, an unidentified person sent a message to the Uttar Pradesh Police Emergency Service No. 112 app number and threatened to kill Yogi Adityanath.
"The chief minister has four more days, so whatever you do in these four days, Yogi Adityanath will be killed in five days," he threatened.
The Uttar Pradesh Police have launched a search operation to find the accused after this threatening phone call. The police surveillance team has started working to find out from which number this threatening phone call has come.
A case has been registered against the suspect on the basis of information provided by Operations Commander Anjul Kumar at 112 at Sushant Golf City Control Room in Lucknow. A separate team has been formed to arrest the accused. The Uttar Pradesh Police are hopeful that the accused will be arrested very soon.