The alleged offender had sent a threatening email to India’s governing body of cricket
A man from Assam has been arrested by the Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) of Maharashtra Police for allegedly sending threatening email to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
According to the website Daily Pioneer, a man named Braja Mohan Das was traced with the assistance of Assam police and arrested by the ATS on Tuesday.
The alleged offender had sent an email to India’s governing body of cricket on August 16, threatening to kill the country’s cricketers.
The officials of ATS located Das from the IP address from which he had sent the threatening email. Further investigations revealed that Das is a repeat offender and has sent threatening emails to other countries cricket boards as well.
Few days ago, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had also received an email in which a possible attack on Indian cricket team in West Indies had been mentioned.
The PCB had shared this information with the International Cricket Council (ICC).