In the email, terrorists demanded 500 crores rupees and the release of gangster Ravi Pashani. The email also claimed that nothing in India is safe and that they had purchased items, suggesting they were well-prepared. It threatened attacks on the stadium and even on Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself.
This threat comes as India is hosting the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, and Pakistan and India are scheduled to face each other at Narendra Modi Stadium on October 14th. Indian authorities are taking this threat seriously and have alerted security agencies in Ahmedabad and other places. They are also working to trace the origin of the email, which appears to have come from Europe.
In response to the threat, Indian media reports that the police have filed a case against the leader of the Khalistan movement, Gurbaksh Singh Pannun, for allegedly making threats during the World Cup matches. Security measures are being reviewed, and additional security measures may be implemented if deemed necessary.