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Threatening to shoot PM Narendra Modi on WhatsApp Youths arrested in Madhubani angry over Agnipath scheme

In Madhubani district of Bihar state, police arrested a young man for threatening to shoot Prime Minister Modi via WhatsApp. The name of the accused is Mohan Yadav. Getting ready to enlist in the army. It is said that the accused was angry with Agnipath’s scheme introduced by the central government.

According to the information, Mohan Yadav from RS OP district of Jhanjharpur has been arrested. He is a resident of the village of Bahura in Manegachi. SDPO Ashish Anand said the accused youth had made disapproving comments on a WhatsApp group called Exam Pending on July 12. In this he wrote, “Shoot the prime minister tomorrow, you either take the exam or you die.”

And Agnifer, a young man who was preparing to enlist in the army, was furious about the plan. The WhatsApp group manager is based in Saharsa. SDPO said SHO of RS OP Purushottam Kumar obtained information from an electronic cell after the post went viral from the WhatsApp number of the suspects. The suspect’s location was found near a clinic. The police arrested him and confiscated the mobile phone.

Let us be informed that in several states including Bihar, there was a lot of hype last month regarding the Agneepath scheme for the centre. Angry youths vandalized and set fire to trains and other public property in many places. During this, miscreants targeted BJP leaders and offices. However, later, with the hardening of the police, the quarrel stopped and more than 800 people were arrested.

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