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Investigation Launched into Letter Threatening Suicide Bomb Attack on Indian Prime Minister During Kerala Visit

On April 24 and 25, the Kerala police and central agencies have launched an investigation into a letter that has threatened to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi with a suicide bomb during his visit to the state that day.

There has been an eye-catching letter that was written in Malayalam, purporting to be from a Kochi resident. The letter was forwarded to the police last week from the office of K Surendran, state president of the BJP.

It was reported by ADGP (Intelligence) that the news of the threat letter was made public after it was reported by a newspaper. As stated in the report, an investigation had been launched into the legitimacy of the letter and the identity of the person behind it. A Union Minister of State called for a thorough investigation into the incident of ADGP (Intelligence) report being leaked and criticised the alleged leak and referred to it as a serious problem.

It was disclosed that Kochi resident N J Johny was named and was given a phone number in an alleged threat letter. Despite the fact that he was not the intended recipient of the letter, Johny insisted he was innocent and said he had cooperated with the police. A member of the family suspects that the letter may be the work of someone else from the locality, possibly due to issues related to a church in the locality.

A police team of nearly 2,000 personnel has been deployed in three cities, Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, and Vizhinjam, where the Prime Minister will be spending time while in these cities. There is a continuing investigation into the origins of the letter as well as its contents.

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