Early in the morning of Monday, June 15th, an alarming scene unfolded in Gorakhpur, India. A man, identified as Shabir Ali, had been arrested for issuing threats to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. His arrest came after he posted a series of threatening messages on social media, claiming that he would “eliminate” the leaders.
The police had been monitoring Ali’s activities for several days before his arrest. They had become aware of Ali’s threatening posts after other social media users reported them. Upon further investigation, they discovered that Ali had been posting violent messages for weeks.
The police took swift action, arresting Ali immediately. He was charged with criminal intimidation, intending to cause alarm, and making a statement with intent to cause a breach of the peace. Ali has been remanded in judicial custody until the trial begins.
The incident has raised several questions about the security of India’s leaders. In the wake of the arrest, many people have called for increased security measures for Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Adityanath.
The government has responded to the incident by implementing additional security protocols. Security at the Prime Minister’s residence has been increased, and security at other government buildings has also been increased. The government has also announced plans to increase police presence in Gorakhpur.
Furthermore, the police are working to identify and apprehend any other individuals who have made similar threats. They have also urged the public to keep vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the police.
The arrest of Shabir Ali has highlighted the need for increased security for India’s leaders. It has also raised the importance of monitoring social media for any threats. The government is taking steps to ensure that India’s leaders are protected, and is encouraging the public to be alert and report suspicious behavior.