Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Man who threatened to kill Kerala Governor arrested


Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala police has arrested the extremist who threatened to kill the governor, Arif Mohammed Khan. The accused is identified as Naduvannur native Shamsuddin. He sent an assassination threat to Governor Arif Mohammed Khan via email.

As per reports, the message, which threatened to kill the Governor within 10 days, was sent on Wednesday.

Following the incident, a case was registered and the location of the accused was traced with the aid of cyber police. He was arrested by Wednesday night.

According to the police, the accused suffers from mental disorders. He was subjected to detailed interrogation and later released on station bail.

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