Two-online page missive written in Urdu names Union Minister Jitendra Singh and others “as their targets”

Raman Bhalla. Photo: Twitter

Raman Bhalla. Photo: Twitter
 


Two-online page missive written in Urdu names Union Minister Jitendra Singh and others “as their targets”

The J&Good ample police on Sunday lodged an FIR over a threat letter bought by senior Congress leaders Raman Bhalla, purportedly from the Hizbul Mujahideen, in which prime BJP leaders were additionally named.

“We have lodged an FIR on the foundation of a threatening letter issued by Hizbul Mujahideen to Mr. Bhalla. We have lodged the FIR below Fragment 121, 121-A, 506 of the IPC and 13, 16, 18 of the UAPA, 1967 Act,” Situation Dwelling Officer (SHO), Pir Mitha, Inspector Nayat Ali talked about.

A DSP sinister officer has been appointed to examine the case.

The 2-online page letter is hand written in Urdu on the letter head of the Hizbul Mujahideen. “We bought the envelope on September 12 on the Congress headquarters at Shaheedi Chowk. It used to be a threatening letter in Urdu language on the letter pad of Hizbul Mujahideen,” Mr. Bhalla talked about.

The outfit names Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh, BJP’s Ravinder Raina and Sunil Sharma, Ashok Kaul and J&Good ample Panthers Get collectively chairman Harsh Dev Singh and ex-Minister Choudhary Lal Singh “as their targets”.

“In the coming days there will seemingly be no one alive to chat about the mainstream politicians in Kashmir. It’s now the flip of Jammu. Steer clear of political activities or face the penalties. That that you just must per chance need got change into an obstacle in our battle and therefore, that that you just must per chance have turn true into a aim. Can must you attain no longer support yourself a long way off from political activities, prepare to die,” the letter reads.

Mr. Bhalla talked about his brother Dr. Ashok Bhalla used to be killed in 1990-91 in Chatha in Satwari space. “My security duvet has additionally been taken away. I with out a doubt have requested for security duvet, but no one is listening.”