Mukesh Ambani Gets Death Threat, With ₹20 Crore Demand
Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Industries, has received a death threat through an email. The email came from a person named Shadab Khan.
According to the email, the sender threatens to kill Mukesh Ambani if he does not give them ₹20 crore. The email also claims that the person has the best shooters in India to carry out the act.
This alarming situation was quickly noted by the security team at Mukesh Ambani’s Mumbai home, known as Antilia. They informed the police about the threat.
Following this, a case was filed against the person who sent the email. The laws under which the case is filed are quite serious.
They include section 387, which deals with creating fear of death or harm to get money, and section 506 (2), which deals with criminal threats.
The police are now on high alert and have started a massive search to find the person who sent this threatening email. They are taking all necessary actions to catch Shadab Khan and ensure the safety of Mukesh Ambani.
It’s worth noting that this is not the first time Mukesh Ambani has received such threats. In the past, a man from Bihar was arrested for making phone calls that threatened to target Ambani and his family.
He also threatened to destroy the HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Ambani’s home. Last year, a situation got really serious when a car filled with explosives was found near his Mumbai residence.
The man who owned that car was later found dead. Even as recently as August 2022, a jeweler was arrested for making threats to kill Mukesh Ambani and his family.
The situation is very serious and concerning. Mukesh Ambani is a big name in India, and receiving a death threat like this is alarming.
The person who sent it, Shadab Khan, seems to be either an idiot or a criminal, demanding ₹20 crore. The good thing is that the police have acted fast. They have filed a case and started a big search to find the person. This quick action is crucial for Ambani’s safety.
It’s also not the first time he has received threats, which makes it even more important to catch the person soon. Strong security measures are a must for high-profile people to stay safe.