Fawad Chaudhry, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Information, has revealed the details of the threats received by the New Zealand cricket team, which resulted in their tour of Pakistan being cancelled. The threatening emails to a member of the New Zealand cricket squad were sent from India, according to Fawad.
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He demonstrated that the threat was sent from an associated device in India using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) with a Singapore IP address. He found that the device that sent the threatening email was linked to 13 additional email addresses, all of which had Indian names.
The email address associated with the threatening email utilised the name “Hamza Afridi,” which was used to disparage Pakistan on purpose. According to him, the entire affair suggests that Indian agencies are involved. He also revealed that the ‘RMX 1971 (Realme)’ mobile device was launched in India in August 2019 and that the ‘Reliance Jio’ mobile sim was registered with the device in 2019.