Chhattisgarh industrialist Naveen Jindal receives letter threatening his life | Raipur News – Times of India

RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh industrialist Naveen Jindal has received a letter threatening his life if he does not pay five million British pounds within 48 hours, taking Raigarh police on their toes.
Raigarh superintendent of police Abhishek Meena said that the letter had been sent by Pushpendra Chouhan, who is serving in the Bilaspur central jail for the last three-four years, through the post.
“Pushpendra is a habitual offender and has committed such a crime before. One or two cases are already registered against him in similar cases. He had sent the letter to the governor of Chhattisgarh as well as the President of India threatening to kill them. We feel that he is a kind of mentally disturbed person,” the superintendent of police said
Meanwhile, police have registered an FIR against the accused at Kotra Road police station of Raigarh on the complaint of JSPL general manager Sudhir Roy and were investigating further, the SP said.
The letter was delivered to Naveen Jindal, the chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Limited, by the postal department employee to the address of Jindal in Raigarh.
The accused is said to be a resident of Rajendra Nagar in Bilaspur.
The SP said that he has no other information about the accused except his name and his past record. The accused has been booked under relevant sections of the IPC.

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