"We have handed over the probe to the ATS. As the call was made using Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP), it could not be traced. We are working on it," Additional Director General of Police (law-and-order) Anand Kumar told reporters.
The Delhi police went into a tizzy after a duty officer in the police control room received the call on his landline number at 3 pm yesterday.
According to a senior police officer, "The caller said you have only an hour to save Adityanath and disconnected the call."
The Delhi police's Special Cell is also looking into the matter.
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