Bengaluru, Jan 21: A letter warning against the visit of French President Francois Hollande to India has been sent to consulate in Bengaluru. The letter which originates from Chennai was sent to the consulate in Bengaluru on January 11th. A case was registered on January 14th by the Bengaluru police who are probing into the matter.
The letter sent from Chennai warns against the visit of the French President to India. He is the special guest at the Republic Day celebrations this year. In the letter it is stated that he should not visit India. The letter written in English warns against the visit of the French President to India.
Although the police have been able to ascertain that the letter was posted from Chennai, they have not been able to ascertain the exact location as yet. The Bengaluru Central Police which is seized off the matter is investigating the case.
Although the police suspect that it could be the handiwork of some mischief monger, they are not taking the letter lightly and say that the matter will be probed in-depth.
The letter comes in the wake of a recent alert by the Intelligence Bureau which stated that some groups may try and carry out an attack to protest the visit by the French President.
France has been involved in a battle against the ISIS for over an year now. The French were dealt with a major terrorist attack in Paris by the ISIS recently in which scores of persons had died.