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Chennai: President Ram Nath Kovind were on the three days visit in the state. The President arrived at Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday in the first leg of his three-day Kerala tour. 

As per sources, the temple priest was arrested by the Kerala police, on Monday for allegely making a death threat against President Ram Nath Kovind. P. Jayaraman, a priest at the Chirakkal  Bhagwati temple, made a call top the police control room and said he will implant a bomb at the place where President will attend the function, on Tuesday.

Kovind is scheduled to inaugurate the centenary celebrations of St Thomas College in Thrissur on Tuesday. Police arrested Jayaraman within an hour, after identifying the call location.

According to the police, during interrogation, Jayaraman told the police that he made the call in an inebriated state. His family said that he is undergoing mental illness treatment.

On Tuesday, he will have breakfast with the Chief Justice and judges of the Kerala High Court in Kochi and further will also offer prayers at Guruvayur Sri Krishna temple before returning to Delhi on August 8.



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