Industrialist Mukesh Ambani Receives Third Death Threat, Extortion Demand Increased to ₹400 Crore

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Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani has received a third death threat email in four days, with the sender increasing the ransom demand to ₹400 crore. The emails have been sent from the same email ID, which has been traced to Belgium.

The first email, received on October 27, demanded ₹20 crore. The second email, received a day later, threatened that Ambani would be shot dead if he did not pay ₹200 crore. The third email, received on October 30, doubled the demand to ₹400 crore.

The Mumbai police have increased security at Ambani’s residence and are working to trace the sender of the emails.

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The Mumbai police are investigating the extortion threats against Mukesh Ambani, and have increased security at his residence. The sender of the emails has not yet been identified.

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