Teenager from Warangal arrested for sending death threats to Mukesh Ambani

Mukesh Ambani

A 19-year-old from Warangal, Telangana, has been arrested for allegedly sending death threats to billionaire industrialist Mukesh Ambani. The accused, identified as Ganesh Ramesh Vanaparthi, is said to have sent multiple emails to Ambani demanding crores of rupees and threatening to harm him if the demands were not met.

Vanaparthi was arrested after the Mumbai police traced the IP address of the emails to his computer. He was produced before a court and remanded to police custody till November 8.

According to the police, Vanaparthi sent the first email on October 27, demanding ₹20 crores and threatening that ‘we have the best shooters in India’. The following day, another email was sent demanding more money with a line from the email saying ‘If the demands are not fulfilled, a death warrant will be issued’.

The police are investigating whether Vanaparthi acted alone or if he was part of a larger group. They are also trying to determine his motive for sending the threats.

In addition to Vanaparthi, a 21-year-old man from Gujarat has also been arrested for sending similar threats to Ambani. The man, identified as Rajveer Khant, is said to have sent the emails as a “joke.”

Both Vanaparthi and Khant have been charged with extortion and criminal intimidation. They are currently in police custody and awaiting trial.


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