Gujarat Teenager Arrested For Issuing Threats Against MS Dhoni’s Daughter Ziva

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Ahmedabad : A man who threatened cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his daughter Ziva has been arrested from Kutch in Gujarat. It is said that the person is the resident of village Namna Kapaya, Mundra.

A case has been registered against him by the Ranchi Police with the consent of Dhoni’s family at Ratu police station. The accused arrested by the Gujarat Police will be handed over to the Ranchi Police. It has been reported that the technical team of the Jharkhand Police, while investigating the case, found that the indecent comment was made from Gujarat’s IP address and full details of the threat were revealed. After taking action, the accused youth has been arrested.

Earlier, Ranchi cricketers protested after Mahendra Singh Dhoni was threatened on social media and abusive remarks were made on his daughter and demanded that the culprits be arrested soon. Cricketers Ajatashatru, SP Gautam and Satyam Roy, performing at Albert Ekka Chowk in the capital Ranchi, said that it has been more than 24 hours till now the arrest of the convict has not been done, the culprit should be arrested at the earliest. The protesters said that until the arrest of the accused is made, their protest will continue.

Here, in the preliminary investigation conducted by the technical cell of Ranchi Police, it has come to light that a threatening objectionable post was made on social media from Gujarat about the daughter of cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Ranchi’s rural SP Naushad Alam said that people coming and going around Dhoni’s house are being closely monitored. Till the end of the IPL, additional police personnel have been deployed in the security of Dhoni’s farm house. PCR and patrolling vehicles have been patrolling 24 hours around the house. Rural SP said that Ratu Thanedar Rajiv Ranjan Lal reached Dhoni’s farm house and talked to his close friend Cheetu. He has said that the family will soon give a written complaint to the police station.

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