After the arrest of five people in the violence in January in New Delhi / Pune Bhima-Koregaon, shocking information came out. Pune police has received a letter from an accused’s house, in which mention of ‘Rajiv Gandhi assassination’ has been mentioned. The letter has been said to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi . Police had arrested five people, including Jacob Jacob Wilson, Sudhir Dhavle, Surendra Gadaling, on Wednesday. Wilson was arrested from Delhi, Dhavale was arrested from Mumbai, Gadling, Shoma Sen and Mahesh Raut from Nagpur. Police say this letter has been recovered from Wilson’s flat in Munirka, Delhi.
paper on the redress of Pune Police, has said, “Modi has succeeded in setting up BJP in 15 states. If this is the case then there will be trouble for the party on all the fronts. … Comrade Kisan and some other senior comrades have suggested some strong steps to end Modi Raj. We are all considering the massacre like Rajiv Gandhi. It sounds like a suicide and has more possibilities that we fail, but we think that the party will consider our proposal. Targeting them in road shows can be an effective strategy. We believe that the party’s existence is above any sacrifice. The rest in the next letter. ‘
CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury said on the disclosure, “So far, the security agencies are doing their job. He is just protecting the leaders. How to say something now? The courtroom is listening to the things, listen, then know what the reality is. ‘ At the same time, Mumbai Congress President Sanjay Nirupam said, “I am not saying that this is a complete lie, but this is the old speeches of PM Modi, since he is CM. Whenever their popularity decreases, reports of conspiracy to murder them begin to come. It should also be examined that this time it is true in this news.
Explain that the accused have been arrested in connection with the Yalgard Council organized just one day before violence on January 1 in Bhima-Koreagaon. He is accused of being associated with the Communist Party of India (Maoism), giving a controversial pamphlet, giving hate speech.
Police arrested three arrested from Delhi, Mumbai and Nagpur on Thursday in a sessions court where they were sent to police custody till June 14. Lawyer Ujjwala Pawar, who appeared in the court on behalf of the prosecutor’s side, said that the letter received from Wilson’s house has written that in order to buy M-4 rifles and weapons, it needs eight crore rupees. On Thursday, Joint Police Commissioner Ravindra Kadam had said that Milind Teltumbde, who was linked to CPI (M), was allegedly sent by Wilson’s house.