Student receive whatsapp message to kill WB CM Mamata Banerjee


West Bengal : A 19-year-old student received a message to kill West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. In this Whatsapp message Monday, he was offered Rs 65 lakh for this purpose. The number from which this message has been sent to him is being told of Florida in America. CID of West Bengal is involved in the investigation of the matter. A student residing in Behrampur in Murshidabad said, "I started receiving messages around one o'clock in the afternoon, the sender told me to be a Latin. He also said that he works for a terrorist organization and is looking for a partner in India. "

According to the Times of India report, the unknown person told the student, "You will be given Rs. 65 lakhs for help in this work. Do not worry, you'll be safe. Do you agree? "The man came online again at around two to 46 minutes and he called the student a loser. At 3:30 p.m. the message came in, in which he said that he was planning to come to India. But when the student responds that he loves India and does not want to see him being destroyed and then he writes in the message, "We will not destroy India." We just want to kill one person. "

The student later said, "I thought it was okay to tell the police about this. When I got to the police station when I received the message, I was scared. It was written in- Your location has been found near the police station. Are you going to the police station we have watched you, so do not fool us. Otherwise you will be killed. "On information, the police instructed the student to switch off his phone. While the CID of West Bengal is investigating the matter to resolve the matter. CID's IG Ajay Ranade told about it that he will be investigating this matter.

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