Khalistan Groups Threaten: Police have arrested 2 suspects in the case of Khalistan supporters threatening to disrupt the India-Australia Test Match. Cyber Cell Unit of Ahmedabad Crime Branch has arrested two people from Madhya Pradesh. It is alleged that both the accused were making threats using SIM box technology.
Actually, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Ahmedabad with Australian PM Anthony Albanese. Meanwhile, the accused gave these threats. After the threats, the team of Ahmedabad Crime Branch was continuously engaged in finding the location of the accused. The locations of those threatening the team were being obtained from various parts of Punjab including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar. According to official information, threats are also being received from Pakistan through various fake Twitter accounts."twitter-tweet">
Cyber Cell has arrested 2 suspects backed by SFJ, a pro-Khalistan group from MP’s Rewa & Satna over threats to disrupt the 4th Test match between India vs Australia. The threat was issued using SIM box technology during PM Modi & Australian PM’s presence in Ahmedabad (Mar 9) for… https://t.co/oUXPUvu1eF pic.twitter.com/SRxPXhYWxP
— ANI (@ANI) March 12, 2023
Contact with Khalistani terrorists
According to media reports, those who threatened to disrupt the Test match had contact with Khalistani terrorists. The gang of pro-Khalistan terrorist Gurparwant Singh had made several threatening messages viral. Taking this matter seriously, the team of Crime Branch of Gujarat Police is engaged in investigation.
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