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Salman, who is 22 years old, allegedly threatened to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi by calling the Police Control Room (PCR). According to authorities familiar with the situation, a man suspected of being a drug addict called the police control room at midnight and allegedly threatened to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi, prompting a night-long search that culminated in the caller's arrest in the early hours of Friday.
The call drove the Delhi Police Department and central government offices into a frenzy. Salman, alias Arman, the caller, was tracked down in northeast Delhi's Khajoori Khas by many teams. According to the police, the culprit, known as Salman alias Arman, called the PCR on 112 at midnight on Thursday and threatened to assassinate the prime minister.
According to the officials, the questioning team is attempting to determine why Salman made the threat and whether he was influenced in any way. They stated that based on his questions, more legal action was likely to be pursued. After the interrogation, the individual told police that he placed the call because he "wanted" to go to jail, according to the senior officer. "Wahin Mann lagta hai mera (I like being there)," he answered when asked why he wanted to go to jail.
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