MUMBAI, INDIA : A view of logo of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) during a Council meeting of the Indian Premier League (IPL) at BCCI headquarters on July 19, 2015 in Mumbai, India. (Photo by Aniruddha Chowhdury/Mint via Getty Images)

A 19-year old boy threatened BCCI to kill the Indian players who are currently in West Indies for the Test Matches. It was discovered that the mail came from an Assam resident in Shantipur.

Anti-terrorism squad has arrested the boy named Mohan Das who sent the email to BCCI regarding the killing of the players. According to reports, it was made clear that he sent the mail to other boards too as the matter has been recorded almost the same in the emails he sent to other boards.

Brij Mohan has been put into the jail in Assam as per the reports of India TV and case has been registered into the court by officials. Now he is being taken to Maharashtra and he will produce before Mazgaon court on Monday.

These type of e-mails are not new to the BCCI as they have been getting these types of emails from the past many years. Recently, Pakistan Cricket Board also receive an email regarding the lives of Indian players and copy of that was e-mailed to BCCI by Pakistan Cricket Board.

BCCI immediately took the action for the matter and informed the Indian Embassy in Antigua to increase the security of players due to the terror hoax received in an e-mail.

All this happened when Indian Cricket Team was busy with their warmup match against West Indies A at Antigua.


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