Rampur, Feb 10: Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan and his son Abdullah Azam Khan have received death threats by an anonymous caller. Suar constituency legislator Abdullah has registered a complaint at Ganj police station in this regard. Also Read - Coronavirus: Sanitation Worker Forced to Drink Disinfectant in UP's Rampur, Dies
In the complaint, Abdullah has stated that on the intervening night of February 6 and 7, he received a call from an international number. The caller abused and threatened to kill him and his father Azam Khan within 24 hours. Adding further, he said that the calls were received 5-6 times from two different numbers (which he has mentioned in the complaint). Also Read - Amid COVID-19 Lockdown, UP Man Dials Corona Helpline Number Asking For 4 Hot Samosas With Chutney; Here's What Happened Next
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Abdullah also claimed that a similar complaint had been made previously too but, no inquiry was initiated. He said that if the same thing happens again, he will have to take up the matter to the Assembly Speaker.
Meanwhile, the police have filed an FIR and a probe has been launched.