Kopar Khairane

Threatening Phone Calls to Judges in Karnataka, but No Common Ground Found: Sources

<p>According to sources who spoke to News18, the accused have been utilizing virtual numbers to phone Pakistani numbers since the police filed a FIR in the case involving the threat against Karnataka judges.</p>
<p>According to further sources speaking to News18, the callers are threatening judges on a number of matters, including Seema Haider, who entered India illegally in order to visit her boyfriend in Uttar Pradesh.</p>
<p>It was discovered after verification that these numbers originate from Uttar Pradesh. These phone numbers have been identified by intelligence services as fake, and it’s likely that the calls are being placed at random or to sabotage certain people.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-96504″ src=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/theindiaprint.com-discover-the-luxurious-lifestyle-of-the-worlds-richest-saudi-royal-family-download-2023-07-26t182258.878.jpg” alt=”” width=”1212″ height=”679″ srcset=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/theindiaprint.com-discover-the-luxurious-lifestyle-of-the-worlds-richest-saudi-royal-family-download-2023-07-26t182258.878.jpg 300w, https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/theindiaprint.com-discover-the-luxurious-lifestyle-of-the-worlds-richest-saudi-royal-family-download-2023-07-26t182258.878-150×84.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1212px) 100vw, 1212px” /></p>
<p>Agencies have emphasized that while the inquiry is ongoing, there is no severe danger.</p>
<p>The Karnataka Police has in the meanwhile asked Delhi for information on the case. According to sources, the judges share nothing more than the fact that they all sit on the state’s top court.</p>
<p>There doesn’t seem to be any basis for threatening the six high court justices.</p>
<p>After receiving messages on WhatsApp threatening the lives of many judges, including himself, K Muralidhar, the press officer for the Karnataka High Court, filed a police case, according to news agency PTI.</p>
<p>The message, which was written in Hindi, Urdu, and English, allegedly threatened to kill Muralidhar and six High Court judges, including Justices Mohammed Nawaz, HT Narendra Prasad, Ashok G. Nijagannavar (retired), HP Sandesh, K. Natarajan, and B. Veerappa (retired), through a “Dubai gang,” according to the police.</p>
<p>According to the FIR filed on July 14, the threat message requested a ransom of Rs. 50 lakh be sent to a Pakistani bank account.</p>
<p>The police said that after filing the FIR under Sections 75 and 66(F) of the Information Technology Act as well as Sections 506, 507, and 504 of the Indian Penal Code, they had presented it to the 1st Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court.</p>

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