PM Narendra Modi’s security reviewed after threat letter from ‘ISI commandant’

Vastavam Web: National security agencies have tightened the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi after finding threaten letter from ISI commander recently under a railway track.A letter found by a train driver near Agra contained a threat to target Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Rajnath Singh. The person who wrote the letter, Mohammed Mirza, claims to be an ISI commandant.

Around 7.30 pm on March 17, the driver of the Andaman Express going from Chennai to Jammu spotted a boulder on the train tracks near Agra. He slammed the emergency brakes but the locomotive’s cattle guard was damaged after it crashed into the rock.”The driver got down and removed the stone from the tracks. Underneath, he found a piece of paper with a letter written in Hindi. It was a threat to target Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Rajnath Singh, Authorities ordered a sweeping security review following the threat.

The incident has left agencies searching for the writer who identifies himself as Mohammad Mirza. Officials say a similar threat was sent using the same name through a letter at Cantt station in Agra last year.