Andhra BJP chief receives death threat
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh BJP president G
Kishan Reddy today claimed he had received two threatening
letters written to him by a little known organisation.
Reddy, who is also the party`s floor leader in the state
assembly, has lodged a complaint with the Abids Police Station
here in this regard.
Addressing reporters here, the BJP state Chief said the
matter was reported to State DGP R R Girish Kumar and
Hyderabad City Police Commissioner A K Khan.
However, he refuted to divulge the contents of the letter
and said that even Home Minister Sabita Indra Reddy personally
enquired about them.
According to party sources, of the two letters the first
was written in Urdu and while the second was received in
English by post on June 4 in which little known outfit
Hyderabad Liberation threatened to blast the state BJP office
situated at M J Market road near Nampally.
In the first letter (Urdu) received in the last week of
May, the organisation threatened to eliminate Reddy without
citing any reason, sources said.
Both the letters have been handed over to police for
probe, Reddy said.
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