Patna, May 10: Police detained a man from Aurangabad district of Bihar on Sunday, May 10 for reportedly calling up the United State embassy in New Delhi and threatening to kill US President Barack Obama.
He is being interrogated and his mental state ascertained. Ranjan Kumar, in his 30s, a resident of Darbhanga village in Maoist-affected Aurangabad district.
Ravindran Shankaran, Aurangabad Superintendent of Police said that the man had also probably sent an SMS threat also to kill Obama. "The special branch is interrogating him, an Intelligence Bureau team is coming to interrogate him and a team of US embassy is reaching to quiz him," he said.