New Delhi: A man who allegedly called up the police control room (PCR) and threatened to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been arrested by the police. The man named Muktiyar Ali who owns a tailoring shop central Delhi’s Anand Parbat had called the PCR on Thursday afternoon and hurled abuses at the PM.
Ali also threatened to take actions against PM Modi and some BJP leaders soon. He later switched off his mobile phone. The police finally tracked down his mobile number and thereafter nabbed him. He was then questioned by a joint interrogation team of the Delhi Police and intelligence agencies.
During interrogation, Ali claimed to have been drunk when he made the call after suffering some losses in business.
However, the police are probing his social background as well. He would also undergo a psychiatric test. A case would be registered after the interrogations.