Threats to kill PM Modi ahead of Kochi visit, letter sent to Kerala BJP headquarters, high alert in the state

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Kerala On High Alert: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Kerala on 24 April. Prior to that, a threatening letter has been received by the BJP headquarters in Kerala. In which a suicide attack has been claimed during PM Modi’s visit to Kochi. In this, the name of sending the letter and other information were also written. After this the whole of Kerala has been put on high alert. Intelligence agencies have also called for the report.

The police have identified the person in whose name the threatening letter was received. The man, however, denied involvement, claiming that his name was used by his opponents to implicate him. However, security measures have been tightened and central probe agencies have sought additional details.

Meanwhile, the letter containing the security plan made by the Additional Director General of Police was leaked to the media. The ADGP’s letter mentions threats to PM Modi from the banned Popular Front of India (PFI) and other serious threats. Minister of State for External Affairs M Muraleedharan called it a serious lapse on the part of the state police.

BJP President said – no one can stop the PM from coming

BJP state president K. Surendran has said that all scheduled programs will take place. Modi will reach Kochi on April 24 and will inaugurate the state’s first Vande Bharat Express in Thiruvananthapuram the next day. Earlier, Surendran had said that top BJP leaders would hold a roadshow and address a public meeting.

He said that the Prime Minister’s visit to Kerala would give impetus to the development of the state. The people of Kerala have high hopes from this visit. PM Modi will do road show. People will voluntarily come to welcome him. He said that SPG protects PM Modi. SPG is very powerful. No one can stop the PM from coming here.

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