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Expelled BJP spokesperson Naveen Jindal claims death threats the day after the slaying in Udaipur

I received 3 emails with a video of brother Kanhaiya Lal’s throat being slit,” Jindal wrote in a tweet.

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New Delhi: Expelled A day after a tailor was brutally murdered by two men in Rajasthan’s Udaipur, Naveen Kumar Jindal, the spokesperson for the Delhi BJP, claimed that he received numerous death threats on Wednesday morning. The Delhi Police claimed to have given Jindal and his family security as a result of the threats. DCP (east) Priyanka Kashyap stated that “Jindal’s complaint has been taken up for investigation and his security has also been spruced up.” As a result of their alleged remarks against the Prophet, Jindal was expelled from the BJP and Nupur Sharma was suspended last month. “This morning at 6:43 am, I received 3 emails with a video of brother Kanhaiya Lal’s throat being slit,” Jindal wrote in a tweet. They (the accusers) made such threats against my family and I. I’ve let the police control room know.

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