New Delhi, June 3 A Delhi Police constable has been arrested on charge of making a PCR call to issue a death threat to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, police said on Saturday.
Constable Vikas, posted with Malviya Nagar police station, made the threat call to the Police Control Room (PCR) from his mobile phone around 8 p.m. on Thursday.
“Vikas, a native of Bahadurgarh in Haryana, made the call in Rohini area while returning home. He then switched off his mobile phone,” the officer said.
“The Special Cell and Intelligence Bureau detained Vikas after surveillance and analysiing the call detail records. During questioning, he cooked up a story that the threat call was made by a youth whom he had given lift, but later admitted to his crime,” the officer said.
Vikas claimed he was in depression and made the call mistakenly.