- In February also, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had received death threats.
- 2 platoons of CRPF deployed at CM Yogi’s official residence (5 KD)
- It is believed that this decision has been taken by the government after the attack on Gorakhnath temple.
Lucknow: Security beefed up for Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Now CRPF personnel will also be deployed in Yogi’s security. 2 platoons of CRPF have been deployed at CM Yogi’s official residence (5 KD). It is believed that this decision has been taken by the government after the attack on Gorakhnath temple.
It is worth noting that in February before the Gorakhnath temple attack in Gorakhpur, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had received death threats from a Twitter account named Lady Don. In view of the threat of attack on CM Yogi, now his security has been tightened. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has got Z+ category security. After PM Modi, CM Yogi’s security is the strongest, 25-28 special commandos of NSG are deployed in his security.
A team of Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh probing the attack on two PAC constables at the gate of Gorakhnath temple reached Navi Mumbai to gather more information about arrested Murtaza Abbasi, who is in a suburb of Mumbai. lived. A police officer gave this information on Tuesday. Murtaza Abbasi had attacked two police constables with sharp weapons at the gate of the famous Gorakhnath temple on Sunday evening and tried to enter. He was later captured. This temple in Gorakhpur is under tight security, as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is a frequent visitor and he is its Mahant.
After arresting Murtaza Abbasi, Uttar Pradesh police raided his house in Gorakhpur and recovered laptops and mobile phones, including those from controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and (Pakistani intelligence agency) ISI, the officer quoted police as saying. There are videos attached. When the officer was asked about the connection of the investigation with Navi Mumbai, he said that Murtaza Abbasi’s residential address on his Aadhaar card is “Millennium Tower, Sanpada, Navi Mumbai”.
He said that based on the same, the Uttar Pradesh ATS team went to that (Millennium Tower) building in Sanpada near Vashi and the team came to know that (the flat mentioned on Abbasi’s Aadhaar card) it was sold in 2013 itself. went. Abbasi’s father, Munir Abbasi, had bought a second flat in the Taj Heights apartment (that too in Navi Mumbai) in Sector 50 in Seawoods Darave, he said. He told that the ATS team went to that flat with the help of NRI police station officials. It was then learned that the Abbasi family moved to Gorakhpur in October 2020 and that flat was rented out during the lockdown to a person named Muslim Khan.
The official said that Munir Abbasi came to his flat last week and got the tenant vacated and then returned to Gorakhpur. “While gathering information about Murtaza Abbasi, the police came to know that he was mostly lost in himself and was not very articulate,” he said, adding that the police are also talking to those who are Mortaza. Known since he lived in Sanpada, Navi Mumbai.
On Monday, Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) in Lucknow Prashant Kumar had said, “The documents which have been recovered from him are sensational.” One case has been registered at Gorakhnath police station in connection with attack on policemen, while another case has been registered for use of sharp weapons.