Threat to Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan through anonymous letter, Probe begins

South India

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DYFI state committee office in Thiruvananthapuram has received an anonymous letter that threatened to kill Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and DYFI state secretary AA Raheem.

In his complaint to the police, A A Rahim said that he had received the letter on March 3, saying his life would be in danger if he criticises Muslim outfits like the SDPI and Popular Front of India. 

The DYFI leader added that the letter also threatened to harm Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

He stated that the letter contained threat as well as swear words.

As per the report, the City Police have started a probe in this regard.

According to tha report from the police, the letter, which is written in Malayalam, was received on Wednesday afternoon.

It mentioned that the CM and the DYFI secretary will be killed if they continue with their criticism of SDPI and Popular Front of India.

Balram said that, as soon as he got a complaint from Raheem, the local police station concerned was told to probe the case. 

“It’s too early to say who is behind the letter. We will try to find out who had written the letter and from which place it was posted,” the New Indian Express quoted City Police Commissioner Balram Kumar Upadhyay as saying.

He added that  the letter has been sent to the museum police station for necessary action and enquiry.

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