13 July 2013
Sri Lanka's Deputy High Commission in Chennai has stepped up security after officials received bomb threats via a letter, reports Hirunews.lk.
According to officials, a postcard warned that bombs would go off at the mission, and condemned the Sri Lankan government's activities.
The Chennai police's cyber crime wing will be investigating the incident.
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