Officials said that the Delhi Police are searching for a suspect who called the police control room twice on Wednesday and threatened to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
The suspect’s voice could be heard on both calls. It has been determined that the person who called was a carpenter by the name of Sudheer Sharma, as stated by the police. A allegation was made by the accused person’s son that he is an alcoholic.
The caller’s location was Nangloi.
Harendra Singh, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (outer), stated that a PCR call was received at 10:46 a.m. on Wednesday, and the caller threatened to assassinate the Chief Minister of Bihar if they were not handed ten million rupees.
At 10:54 a.m., the caller called again, and this time threatened to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah if they were not handed Rs. 2 crore, according to the DCP. He said that the location of the call was under the Paschim Vihar (East) police station.
Singh stated that the Superintendent of Police of the Paschim Vihar (East) police station, along with four other officers, had been charged with the mission of locating the guilty individual, who was subsequently determined to be Sudheer Sharma, a resident of Madipur.
Ankit, the man’s son, informed the authorities that his drunk and alcoholic carpenter father was not in the house when the officers arrived. He also stated that his father had been drinking since very early on Wednesday morning, according to the police.
“The accused responded in a very incoherent manner when Ankit was asked to talk to him over the phone. ” “We are attempting to locate the individual,” the DCP stated, adding that more investigation was now taking place.