Released: A Copy Of The Threat Letter Which Sourav Ganguly Received!
Former India captain and President of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) Sourav Ganguly received a death threat through a letter on the 5th of January. The letter was addressed to his mother Nirupa, in which threats against Sourav were issued, mentioning dire consequences if the southpaw attended a sports federation function in Midnapore, Bengal.
“I have intimated the whole matter to the police as well as the organisers of the programme there,” Ganguly said about the letter. Sourav stated that he would take a decision once he consults with the higher authorities. “I have not decided yet and am waiting to hear from the authorities on this,” he said.
Here is the threat letter in Bengali:
The contents of the death threat letter have now been found out, which was delivered by a courier agency to Ganguly’s home in a posh Calcutta locality. The letter, written by Zed Alam, contained a death threat for Ganguly if he attended a function in Midnapore on 19th January. The letter was addressed to his mother, warning her against her son’s presence for the function.
Along with the threat, the letter also contained a couple of gory images of dead bodies along with a family photo of the Ganguly family.
The letter included the following threat:“Your son will not return if he comes here on January 5. I have sent photographs with it. Do not send him here because Ashish Chakraborty took money from many people on the pretext of giving jobs. Even CAB will not be able to do anything. I sent you this letter because he would return home as dead if he would come.”
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