new Delhi: The Cyber â€‹â€‹Cell of Delhi Police has arrested a person from Mumbai for sending threatening mail to many leaders including Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. It has been identified as Abhishek Tiwari. The police is currently questioning Abhishek.
Originally from Uttar Pradesh (UP) Unnao, the accused works as a delivery boy in Mumbai. He was not happy with his job, due to which he was sending mail to the leaders to attract the attention of the people.
DCP of the cyber cell, Anvesh said that the police had received a complaint from the CM office of Delhi that someone was sending an email threatening to kill Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. On receiving this complaint, the police registered a case and got involved in the investigation.
Three police teams were deployed
Three police teams were deployed under the supervision of ACP Raman Lamba for investigation. Police started searching for the accused through technical surveillance .. Apart from the threatening mail sent to it, the phone number associated with that mail was searched.
In this, the sender's wire was connected to Mumbai and Kanpur. Later the police team was sent to Mumbai and Kanpur. On the other hand, as soon as the police action started, the accused fled.
When the police investigated the digital clue left by the accused, it was found to be in Mumbai, after which the police team nabbed the accused Abhishek Tiwari from a chaal (small room) from Nalasopara, Mumbai.
'Charges work as delivery boy of furniture'
During interrogation, it was found that the accused delivers the furniture to the boy. He was not happy with his job and life. That's why he wanted to do something in life that would get people's attention.
For this purpose, he first sent a threatening email to a leader of Mumbai in July 2019, but there was no response to this, later he got the idea to send an email to big leaders. At the same time, the accused had sent a mail to the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, besides threatening the bomb at the office of a national political party in New Delhi.