Threat to Naveen Jindal, Chairman of Jindal Company: In a letter written from jail, asked for 5 million British pounds, said – If not received, I will kill

Bilaspur / Raigarh5 hours ago

A case of threatening Naveen Jindal, Chairman of Jindal Company by writing a letter from Bilaspur Central Jail has come to the fore. The miscreant has demanded a ransom of five million British pounds (Rs 50 crore) from Jindal. He has also been threatened with death if the ransom amount is not paid within 48 hours.

The police have registered a case on the complaint of the general manager of Jindal Steel and Power Limited, Patrapali, Raigad. The case is of Kotra Road police station area. In this case, the name of a notorious prisoner lodged in the jail is coming up.

General Manager Sudhir Rai told the police that on January 18, he received an envelope through the post, in which the name of Naveen Jindal, chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Limited, was written. On opening the envelope, a threatening letter was found in it. Abusive language has been used in it and a ransom of five million British pounds has been demanded.

Threatening letter has been sent from Central Jail Bilaspur.

This threatening letter has been written in red ink, in which prisoner number 4563/97 of Central Jail Bilaspur is written. In the letter, the sender I Junar Rajendra Nagar is written. After this letter received from the Central Jail, there was a stir in the Jindal company management.

The largest industrial group in the private sector is

The manager has said in his complaint that Jindal Steel & Power is the largest private sector industrial group in the state and has established and operated steel, power, mining, cement industries with investments worth thousands of crores of rupees in Chhattisgarh. Thousands of people are also getting employment from this. Seeing the seriousness of the case, he has demanded security for Chairman Naveen Jindal. The Jindal Group was founded by OP Jindal. OP Jindal’s four sons – Prithviraj Jindal, Sajjan, Ratan and Naveen – have taken the business forward. The youngest son of the family is Naveen Jindal.

Naveen Jindal.

Naveen Jindal.

The judge of Uttarakhand was also threatened
A threatening letter was also sent from Central Jail Bilaspur to the judge of the Uttarakhand High Court, in which a ransom of Rs 50 crore was also demanded from him. He too was threatened with death for not paying the ransom within 48 hours. After this letter was linked to Bilaspur, the Uttarakhand Police team had come to investigate the matter. After matching the handwriting, the police confirmed the writing of the letter by notorious dacoit Pushpendra Nath Chauhan. In the case of threatening Jindal, the involvement of Pushpendra is also coming to the full news

Raigad's Kotra Road Police has registered a case in this matter.

Raigad’s Kotra Road Police has registered a case in this matter.

In the past also the Chief Ministers of many states have been threatened
Notorious dacoit Pushpendra Nath Chauhan has in the past also written such threatening letters to leaders including Chief Ministers, Governors, High Court judges of many states. He had also demanded ransom by threatening West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee. Several cases have been registered against him.

Pushpendra Nath Chauhan.

Pushpendra Nath Chauhan.

Will be released in March
Notorious dacoit Pushpendra Nath Chauhan has about half a dozen cases of dacoity, murder and loot registered against him. In all the cases he has been acquitted for lack of evidence. He is serving a sentence in a case of murder and dacoity. Jail Superintendent Khomesh Mandavi said that his sentence is going to be completed in the coming March. Then he will be released.

In many cases, the mastermind of dacoits Pushpendra and his accomplices have already been acquitted.

  • In May 2008, 71 lakh 25 thousand looted from village Sohagpur Gramin Bank of Korba district.
  • Robbery in Takhatpur (Moch) Bank’s SBI on August 8, 2007, 1 lakh 15 thousand rupees looted.
  • On December 15, 2007, 1 lakh 70 thousand rupees looted from Jarve Bank of Korba district.
  • In 2008, 60 thousand looted from Nariara Bank of Janjgir Champa district.
  • On November 24, 2008, 1 lakh 50 thousand looted from Karud Bank of Janjgir Champa district.
  • In 2008 Darri Sada Colony UCO Bank robbed of 6 lakhs.
  • In February 2008, he along with Dinesh Netam looted Rs 20,000 and a bag from a person near Sakti railway station.
  • In March 2009, Korba Jarve went to Gramin Bank along with Sonu Chauhan. 17 lakh 25 thousand rupees were looted from the bank.
  • On December 26, 2008, along with his companions, bike robbery in village Singhansara Sakti.
  • Bike looted from Madwarani in Korba district in May 2008. Pushpendra has been acquitted in all these cases.

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