Man arrested in Maharashtra for threatening PM Modi and BJP leader Kirit Somayya
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Kolhapur, Maharashtra, May 27 (UNI) Mumbai police on Saturday arrested a man in Chanderai village in Ratnagiri district for threatening Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) senior leader Kirit Somayya through social media.

According to Ratnagiri police, the arrested identified as Gulab Kazi, resident of Chanderai, had threatened the PM and Somayya through his social media account to kill them.

Somayya lodged complaint against Kazi in Sakinaka police station in Mumbai, and subsequently police arrested himi.



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