Mr. Ban Ki-moon
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WYCAT INTERNATIONAL CHAIRMAN, MEMBER OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, AP, India, and State BJP president G Kishen Reddy on Thursday lodged a complaint in the local police station following a threatening letter he received from a terrorist outfit, which asked him to leave Hyderabad city immediately.

The letter was sent in the name of 'Islamic Republic of Hyderabad Lashkar-e-Taeeba Suicide Bomber Cell.'

The letter, which was in the form of a postcard. The letter while asking Kishen Reddy to leave Hyderabad to prevent any attacks on Hindus, also asked him to sell Goshala land in Shamshergunj to one Rahim, who owns Aziz general store next to the goshala. The letter said, Rahim was helping them financially to buy weapons. If Reddy ignored the letter, they threatened him of dire consequences.

Following the receipt of the letter, Kishen Reddy lodged a complaint with the local police station. Kishen Reddy had received two threatening letters on May 17 and June 4 and had even informed the state Home minister P Sabita Indra Reddy and DGP R R Girish Kumar about the letters.




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