angry19 minutes agoWriters: Ashish Urmalia
Alleged threat letters from terrorist organization ISIS have been found in Anwa village of Rampur district in Uttar Pradesh. In four letters sent wrapped in a red cloth are written the names of five people from four families in the village. Apart from that, 3169 people from the entire village have been threatened with sarin gas.
Even after a week of receiving these letters, the villagers do not leave their homes. Even 3-4 people have stopped eating and drinking. At the door of the house where 4 letters were found wrapped in red cloth, 4 policemen have been deployed. We went to this village and met those people who received threats and tried to decode these letters…
On this red cloth is written in Arabic – La ilaha illallah. Letters are sent wrapped in this.
On the red cloth is written in Arabic: La ilaha illallah, ISIS
Kuldeep Singh of Anwa village woke up on the morning of July 21 and came out of his house, when something wrapped in an aluminum wrapping gift was seen at the door. When the foil was removed, inside was a red cloth and something written in Arabic. Kuldeep thought it was a trick and threw that packet in the field garbage.
The eyes of some people in the village fell on that package. When he opened it, he saw four envelopes. Inside the envelopes were letters. The entire letter was written in English and two lines were written in Urdu below. Nobody knew English in the village. Whoever bought a little, read it and knew that in those letters he was threatened with death. After that, the villagers informed the police.
Four of these cards came out of the four envelopes. The same things have been written throughout.
The pen drive and RAW map must be given, otherwise you will be killed
The names of Kuldeep Singh, Bhanupratap Singh, Veerpal Singh and 60-year-old Geeta Sharma are written on the envelopes found inside the cloth. Her 12-year-old grandson Bharat Sharma’s name is also written on the envelope containing Geeta Sharma. When Bharat was 4 months old, his father was killed. He has been studying in another town with his mother for 8 years.
The letter reads: “You must be thinking, why is this happening to you.” I can kill you anytime. Someone in your family or village is abroad. He has pen drives and maps given by the Indian intelligence agency RAW or Intelligence Bureau. We need this in any case, otherwise not a single person in the village will survive.
Sarin gas is mentioned in the fourth line from the top. Sarin gas is also written on the third page.
Sarin gas has been kept in the town, August 10 is the last date
The letter further says, “There is a plan to bring this map and pen drive to India on August 20 and hand it over to Home Minister Amit Shah. We have bought the agents with whom this person has made a plan.This person is forgetting that in India from ministers to officials to judges everything is ready to be sold.Still he will try to reach Amit Shah in any condition.
If that happens, then I swear not a single person in the village will survive. This person and the Government of India itself, even Amit Shah and Yogi Adityanath will not be able to save you. Sarin gas has remained in the village. My agents are watching every individual in the village. You have until August 10th, until then you can stop it. The red cloth draped over the envelope is the message of death.
A la carte, greed for money and work in exchange for flash drives and maps and the August 10 deadline.
2 million rupees and also the greed for overseas job
The letter also reads, “If this person gives a pen drive and a map to our agent instead of Amit Shah, the lives of the villagers will be saved, our agent will get Rs 2 crore home your 24. hours It will get this person a high-level job in any country in the world.
“But if this information is given to the police or any security agency, it will not be good for you. We will take this pen drive and the map. You must be thinking why is this happening to you? This is because you know this person, he is tied to you. Keep sarin gas in your mind. One small mistake can take many lives.”
Kuldeep’s brother passes out within an hour
We met four people whose names were written on the letters. One such person Kuldeep said, “We heard the name pen drive for the first time. We have this phone in box. So much had happened that Kuldeep’s younger brother who was sitting next to him fell unconscious. In regaining consciousness, crying he said: ‘We can’t go anywhere. Our pets are hungry, even afraid to go and get fodder for them. Yesterday 5-6 people had gathered, then they have brought fodder.
Like Kuldeep Singh’s younger brother in the village, everyone who receives threats is horrified.
Similarly, 60-year-old widow Geeta Sharma said, “What has happened to my 12-year-old grandson. He doesn’t even come to the village. Apart from the neighbors, no one in the village knows him. Apart from me, those named on the menu haven’t even eaten well since that day.
The four people say they have nothing of what was asked for in the letter. In fact, they still don’t know what happened to the letter. All they know is that they have been threatened with death until August 10. You can see how fear has spread across the faces of the townspeople, you can see it in the video above from the news.
Like Kuldeep Singh’s younger brother, everyone in the village who has received threats is horrified.
The townspeople don’t even know about Sarin gas
Sensation has spread to the village since the threat. There is concern in the minds of the villagers that four people have been threatened with death. However, they don’t know that a letter written on behalf of the entire town has threatened to kill the entire town with sarin gas. In the same letter it is stated that a person from the village who lives abroad has these documents. Whereas there is no such person in the village who has gone abroad or lives there.
See a picture of the devastation caused by Sarin gas…
This image was revealed from Dashmik, Syria, following the deaths from sarin gas. A website called Human Right Watch published this in their report.
Sarin gas kills a person in 15 minutes Sarin gas is a chemical weapon. According to an agency that controls chemical weapons in the world, it is more dangerous than cyanide and, due to its effect, humans die in 15 minutes. Former US Secretary of State John Kerry said that on August 21, 2013, sarin gas was used in Dashmik, Syria. More than 1400 people died in this attack.