The Chief Minister was issued a threat by Western Ghat Kabani dalam in connection with the killing of Maoists at Manjakkandi in Attappadi.
Thiruvananthapuram: Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s security was tightened during his visit to Delhi on Saturday. The Chief Minister, who arrived in Delhi to attend the two-day politburo meeting of CPM, was given bullet proof vehicles. A jammer-mounted vehicle was attached to his convoy.
Earlier, seven personnel used to be deployed by Delhi Police for providing security to the Chief Minister.
Now the number of security officials has been enhanced to 15. The number of commandos has also been raised from two to four.
Besides, there is also enhancement in the deployment of the Kerala police commandos.
Though a bullet proof vehicle was sent to the airport for picking the chief minister, the latter preferred to travel by the car provided by Kerala House as has been the practice.
The bullet-proof vehicle and jammer were parked at the venue of the party politburo meeting.
The Chief Minister was issued a threat by Western Ghat Kabani dalam in connection with the killing of Maoists at Manjakkandi in Attappadi. The letters carrying the death threats signed by Kabani dalam vice president Badar Musam,were sent to Vadakara police station and office of a newspaper.