NEW DELHI: India has conveyed its concern to Bangladesh over a terror threat to Chief Executive Officer Richard Larison and nine Indian doctors of the Dhaka-based Apollo Hospital. The External Affairs Ministry called Bangladesh High Commissioner Liaquat Ali Choudhary here on Friday to convey its concern in the wake of the threat received through e-mail a few days ago, sources said. The MEA is also understood to have asked the Bangladeshi Government to provide adequate security to the CEO, the doctors and the hospital, located at Basundhara, a diplomatic enclave near Dhaka. The e-mail was signed by Abu Sayeed M.M. Rehman, joint secretary of the Joint Action Committee of the terror outfits, Jamait-ul Mujahideen, Harkat-ul-Jehad-e-Islami and Jagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh. It asked them to leave the country or pay 20-lakh taka (Bangladeshi currency). Dhaka has conveyed to New Delhi that the threat was believed to be a hoax but they were investigating the matter. Security had been provided to the hospital. - PTI