The letter, written in Hindi and received by the Railway police in Rohtak (Haryana) by ordinary mail on Saturday, has threatened of bomb attacks at several railway stations, including Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru.
During the two-hour-long meeting, also attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba among others, the home minister was given a detailed presentation on the prevailing security situation in J&K, particularly along the International Border and the Line of Control.
Normal life remained affected in the Kashmir Valley for the 43rd consecutive day on Monday. "Shri Satya Pal Malik, the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir called on PM @narendramodi," the prime minister's office tweeted.
"DMK will protest across Tamil Nadu districts on September 20 at 10 am against central government's decision on the imposition of Hindi language. The decision was taken at the party's high-level committee meeting," Stalin said.