Andhra BJP chief gets 'death threat from Pak national' on Facebook
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Andhra Pradesh BJP unit chief G Kishan Reddy on Saturday lodged a police complaint after he allegedly received death threat from a Pakistani national on a social networking site, police said.
In a complaint registered at the Cyber Crime Department, Reddy stated that he had received a threatening message on the Facebook, posted by one Ikram Shah, a Pakistani national.
According to police, the youth had asked Reddy to desist from making statements against the Muslim community, who were staging protests against an American film, or else he would be eliminated.
Requesting a thorough probe into the case, Reddy also urged the state government to find out whether Ikram had any local links.
The BJP leader also requested the state government to review his security.
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