A Guy Steals His Girlfriend’s Father’s Phone To Threat CM Yogi Adityanath
A man had threatened to kill Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on 25th April, by calling on 112 emergency number from a stolen phone.
Police reported on Tuesday that a 19-year-old man was detained after he allegedly threatened the life of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath via a phone number owned by his girlfriend’s father.
Ameen allegedly threatened Adityanath with death by using the police’s emergency number, 112.
Ankita Sharma, an additional deputy commissioner of police for the south, reported that he was detained in Begumpurva and that the phone used to make the call had been seized.
She claimed that Ameen was annoyed by the father of his girlfriend, who was unhappy with their relationship, and so he made the criminal scheme.
According to Assistant Commissioner of Police (Babupurva) Santosh Kumar Singh, the girl’s father, an e-rickshaw driver, told the police that his cell phone had been taken around ten days prior.
During interrogation, Ameen’s neighbors also claimed that he planned the trap to bring down the man because he wanted to marry his daughter, Singh continued.
Ameen admitted to his crime after being detained and questioned, according to Sharma.
She continued: “He admitted to taking the father of his girlfriend’s girlfriend’s girlfriend’s cellphone about ten days ago and using his SIM card to make the threat call.”
Ameen has been charged with three crimes and will appear in court on Wednesday, according to the police.
It is worth noting that the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath has been actively cracking down on mafias and gangsters in the state, which has brought a sense of peace and security to the people.
However, this incident highlights the misuse of stolen phones and the bad mindset of some youth of not understanding the will of a girl and they don’t hesitate to commit crimes.
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