A Delhi constable raised the eyes after threatening the security agency to kill the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday night.
Delhi police constable allegedly made a call to the Rohini district police control room (PCR) threatening to kill Arvind Kejriwal.
When the intelligence bureau (IB) made a question round with the constable, he admitted that he made the bogus call after getting heavily drunk.
The constable also revealed his name and designation to the security agency.
The constable was identified as Vikas Kumar, who hails from Haryana’s Bahadurgarh was posted with the Delhi Police’s seventh battalion in Malviya Nagar.
It was reported that Vikas Kumar said while he was returning to home, he gave a lift to a stranger on his bike.
The police constable said in his support, “The unknown man made a call from the constable’s phone”.