Jaipur: Some of the Ministers in Rajasthan have received threatening message on their official email IDs, DGP Omendra Bharadwaj said Friday.
"We are examining the credibility of the email id and its sender who gave threats in the message saying 'You yourself understand what we will do'. We are investigating the matter and have collected inputs which are being shared with intelligence agencies," DGP Omendra Bharadwaj told PTI.
He said that there is no specific target and also type of attack mentioned in the message which was sent on Monday purportedly by terrorists group Indian Mujahideen.
The DGP said that in view of alert sounded by the Central agencies recently, security arrangements were already tight.
"Alarming signals were coming for some time hence security arrangements were already tight," he said.
ATS is investigating the matter of threatening Emails.
"The matter is being investigated and there is no need to panic," he said.
The DGP did not disclose the names of the ministers who received the emails.
Meanwhile, Home Minister Gulabchand Kataria, who is in Udaipur, said that the DGP was aware of all the facts and that those behind the emails would be identified.
"Security arrangements in the state are proper and police is on alert," he told reporters in Udaipur.