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I am getting death threats, says Punjab Congress chief Raja Warring

Ludhiana, November 23, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Punjab Pradesh Congress President Amarinder Singh Raja Warring Wednesday said that he was receiving death threats.

Warring was talking to reporters here in the industrial capital of Punjab. Responding to questions about the law and order situation in the state and a drive regarding the display of arms and ammunition on Social Media, the Congress President said, ‘What social media? A man is threatening to eliminate me while giving a speech, saying ‘Ehda Kamm taan edan hi kar dena’.

Even as Warring meant that no action was being taken even after such open threats, he neither named anybody nor threw any hint about whom he was talking.

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