Death threat to Mukesh Ambani: extortionists seek ₹20 crore
Mukesh Ambani receives Death Threat via email, extortionists demand ₹20 crore
Mukesh Ambani, the Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries, recently received a death threat via email, demanding a payment of ₹20 crores, with the threat of harm if the demand wasn't met. The threatening email conveyed that "we will kill you" if the money wasn't paid, claiming to have "the best shooters in India."
Police register case
In response to this threat, the security team of Mukesh Ambani filed a complaint with the Mumbai police. The Gamdevi Police in Mumbai acted swiftly, registering a case against an unknown individual under sections 387 and 506(2) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Section 387 pertains to extortion, while 506(2) deals with criminal intimidation.
The Mumbai police have initiated an investigation into the matter to identify and locate the sender of the threatening email. Security measures have likely been heightened around Mukesh Ambani to ensure his safety and to prevent any potential harm.
It is not uncommon for high-profile individuals to face security threats, and swift action by law enforcement agencies is essential to address such incidents and ensure the safety of the individuals involved. The investigation will aim to trace the source of the email and determine the credibility of the threat while taking necessary steps to safeguard Mukesh Ambani and his associates.