A high alert has been sounded following an Intelligence Bureau alert that suggests attacks on aircrafts. The alert states that terror groups will try to release toxic gases on airlines following which a high alert was issued.
The Karnataka police has reached out to the Telangana Intelligence Bureau in a bid to crack the Gauri Lankesh murder case. With the police investigating a possible naxal link to the murder, it has decided to seek inputs from the Telangana IB in this regard.
In a bid to bolster India’s defence on the eastern borders, over 2,000 personnel will be transferred from the Sashastra Seema Bal to the Intelligence Bureau. A total of 2,765 posts of the civilian cadre of the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) will be shifted to the IB command over the next year. Of these posts, 2,039 are operational.
Under the scanner of the Intelligence agencies is a number of Rohingya Muslims living in and around Delhi. Intelligence Bureau reports suggest that these persons are likely to fall prey to a group of terrorists who had infiltrated into the Kashmir Valley recently.
Truce may have been struck between E Palanisami and O Panneerselvam. The BJP which played a part in this truce says that this was done to ensure that there is a stable government in Tamil Nadu and it did not want elections to take place midway.
A very high alert has been sounded by the Intelligence Bureau after inputs suggested the presence of 8 Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists in Punjab. The 8 terrorists who infiltrated into India through the Line of Control at Poonch, Jammu and Kashmir managed to slip into Punjab and could be attempting an attack on the scale of Pathankot, the IB has also said.
The Intelligence Bureau has warned of large scale violence following the sentencing of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. In the wake of the intelligence warning, Haryana has been placed on high alert with security personnel outnumbering the civilians on the streets.
All rules were humanity were broken when Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists killed seven Amarnath yatris. In this context it would be interesting to recall an operation undertaken by the Intelligence Bureau in 2016.
A message from an Intelligence Bureau officer posted in Kashmir said on Monday night, ” they are fast and want to cause maximum damage.” The message that was sent out provided clarity regarding the attack and the gravity of the same was known then.
Intelligence Bureau officials suspect the role of the Hizbul Mujahideen in the attack that took place at Anantnag on Monday. It was a well planned attack meant to create panic and bloodshed, an Intelligence Bureau official told OneIndia. The attack was planned well in advance and was meant to avenge the designation of the Hizbul chief Syed Salahuddin as a global terrorist. The Hizbul has not claimed the attack as yet.