Mangaluru: Mithun Rai receives death threats, Congress leader demands action


Team Udayavani, Mar 16, 2023, 9:48 AM IST

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Mulki block Congress president Mohan Kotian has filed a complaint against those who have made death threats against Congress leader and KPCC general secretary Mithun Rai.

Mohan Kotian has also called for additional security to be provided to Mithun Rai in the complaint.

Reportedly, Mulki – Moodbidri block election in-charge Mithun Rai has received death threats.

A person in the name of Honey Hindustani Mumbai in the Jai Shree Ram WhatsApp group has threatened Mithun Rai that he will be shot.

Meanwhile, a plea has been submitted to identify the culprits and provide necessary protection to Mithun Rai.

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