Ex ISRO scientist gets death threat from Jaish-e-Mohammed for supporting Modi | TheYouth report

In shocking news, former ISRO chairman and BJP leader Dr G Madhavan Nair received a death threat from Islamist terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed. It has been learnt that the CISF officials recovered the letter from a mailbox at his home, Sasthamangalam, Thiruvananthapuram and then handed it over to investigation officials.

Speaking to Organiser, Dr G Madhavan Nair confirmed this letter was recovered from his home and said that he hasn’t read the letter but the probe agencies decoded the content to him. “I have not read the letter but the investigation officers contacted me and divulged about the content of the letter,” he said.

Credits: Organiser Weekly

As per police sources, the letter poses a massive threat to G Madhavan Nair that he will be killed unless he stops rooting for Narendra Modi. Dr Nair received the letter in his residence, by the name of Jaish-e-Mohammed, on the same day he hailed the PM Modi for successfully carrying out the test of Anti-Satellite missile. The security officials have taken cognisance of Jaish-e-Mohammad, who claimed responsibility for February 14 Pulwama terror attacks.

G Madhavan Nair, former chairman of ISRO heaped praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for successfully conducting the Mission Shakti and also slammed the UPA government for its lack of political interest to demonstrate it during their power.

“Now (Prime Minister Narendra) Modiji has taken the initiative and he had the political will and courage to say that we will do this. We have now demonstrated this to the whole world,” Nair had told a new agency.

The letter has been handed over to secret agencies for further investigation and a case was registered by the Museum Police. In addition to that, the central investigating agencies have also been given inputs about the incident. G Madhavan Nair joined the BJP last year in October. He served as the chairman of ISRO from 2003 to 2009 and was responsible for India’s first lunar orbiter mission, Chandrayaan-1.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.