Prophet Muhammed Row: Intruder came from Pakistan to kill Nupur Sharma, five agencies are interrogating

Publish Date: 20 Jul, 2022 |
 

BSF has arrested an infiltrator from the Pakistan Border. It is being said that this person had entered the Indian border with the intention of killing Nupur Sharma. After coming to India, it was my first plan to go to Ajmer. 

Information about the intruder

The name of the intruder is being told as Rizwan, who is a resident of Mandi Baha Bean in Punjab, Pakistan. Rizwan had made a dreadful plan in the meeting of the clerics and was trying to enter India with the intention of killing Nupur Sharma. It is being said that Rizwan has been caught entering the Indian border at the Khankha checkpost of Hindumalkot checkpost. At present, five agencies are jointly interrogating the intruder.

It is being said that Rizwan had attended a meeting of clerics in the Mandi Bahauddin area of Pakistan. Earlier, Rizwan had first tried to enter Lahore from Mandi Bahauddin area of Pakistan but without success. After that made a plan to enter Hindumalkot via Sahiwal. According to the information, there was a plan to go from Sri Ganganagar to Ajmer Sharif Dargah after entering India. After offering the chadar in the dargah, a plan was made to kill Nupur Sharma. 8th pass Rizwan knows Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi language.

Case registered against the intruder

A case has been registered against the accused under sections of Foreigners Act 1946, Indian Passport Act and Arms Act. According to the official, Rizwan is currently being questioned by a Joint Interrogation Committee (JIC) of the BSF and state police and intelligence agencies. The Sriganganagar police is going to issue a statement regarding the matter in a while, the police can make a big disclosure about this conspiracy.

 

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