IB to probe into threat calls to Naqvi
- IPL spot-fixing case: Net widens, police watching 3 more players, other bookies
- IPL 2013: Imperious Brad Hodge powers Rajasthan Royals to qualifier
- Sonia Gandhi, PM Manmohan Singh slam BJP for disrupting Parliament, stalling bills
- IPL spot-fixing: 'Bookie' Vindoo was close to BCCI chief's son-in-law, say cops
- Jessica Lall case: Shayan Munshi to face perjury trial
The government is learnt to have directed the Intelligence Bureau (IB) to investigate the threat calls received by BJP vice-president Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.
Naqvi had written to Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde five days ago informing him about the threat calls he had received from international numbers.
The Ministry, apparently, did not respond to his request for a probe into the matter. Shinde, however, is learnt to have directed the IB on Friday to initiate an investigation after he came under fire from BJP leaders for his alleged inaction on the issue.
- Paddy shortfall blamed for mystery death of procurement officer
- 'Bookie' Vindoo was close to BCCI chief’s son-in-law: cops
- Net widens, police watching three more players, new set of bookies
- Suspected Islamists behead soldier on London street
- Malegaon 2006 case: NIA names four right wing terror suspects
- BJP invokes 'sarcasm, ridicule' against PM