Bangalore, Oct 7 (UNI) Former India captain Sourav Ganguly, who is here with the Indian squad to play the first Test match between India and Australia starting October 9, today confirmed that he had received a letter warning that his daughter would be kidnapped.
Talking to mediapersons after net practice, Sourav said ''yes, I have received a letter warning that my daughter would be kidnapped.
But will speak later, not now.'' According to a report from Siliguri, quoting CID sources, Sourav's wife, Dona received two letters, including one ten days ago threatening to kidnap their daughter Sana for a ransom of Rs two crore.
The first letter was sent by post to Sourav's residence in Kolkata a month ago, the sources informed.
The sources said it was not clear who sent the letters but the Ganguly's were worried after receiving the second letter and appraoched the CID.
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