South India back on alert after Army picks up inputs of terror strike

highalertNew Delhi, Sep 09: The Army has said that it received inputs about a possible terror attack in South India. Further the Army also said that it had found some abandoned boats at Sir Creek.

Lt Gen S K Saini said that they had inputs that there may be a terror attack in the southern part of India. Some abandoned boats have been recovered from Sir Creek. We are taking measures to ensure that the designs of these elements and terrorists are stalled, news agency ANI quoted Lt Gen Saini, General Officer Commanding in Chief, Army, Southern Command as saying.

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Latest terror alert covers entire southern peninsula and parts of Gujarat

boatsNew Delhi, Sep 10: Security has been heightened in the Southern States and Gujarat after inputs warned about a terror strike. The Army also said that it had found some abandoned boats at Sir Creek.

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Desperate Pakistan may orchestrate attacks, stay alert, Home ministry advises states


The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued an advisory asking all states to remain vigilant during the upcoming festive season. The advisory also asks all metros to stay vigilant for the next 30 days. The advisory has been issued following the surgical strike that India carried out across the Line of Control. Border areas are already on heightened alert. Several villages have already been evacuated along the border as a precautionary measure.
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5 major cities on terror radar: Intelligence Bureau issues alert

New Delhi, Mar 7: The Intelligence Bureau has sounded a terror alert for five cities which include, Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Lucknow and Chandigarh.
The alert sounded by the intelligence bureau directs the police of these cities to stay on high alert.

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Obama visit: After India, US too issues terror alert

obama After India issued a terror alert warning of strikes ahead of Barack Obama’s visit to India, the United States of America too has now issued a travel advisory to all its citizens travelling to India.
The US advisory has advised its citizens travelling to India to be on high alert ahead of the visit as terror outfits and also lone wolves may try and target them. The advisory states that terror groups and lone wolves may try and target American nationals in India and even attempt a hostage crisis in a bid to embarrass the Indian and US governments. Read more

Bangladesh outfits on the prowl

A terror alert has been issued in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh regarding a possible sabotage of the railway services by militants from Bangladesh. The alert also specifically mentions that militants from Bangladesh could try and also blow up the railway track between Mysore and Srirangapatanam in Karnataka ahead of the Independence Day.

Yesterday an alert pertaining to a possible hijack was also issued by the Intelligence Bureau. Another alert pertaining to a possible car bomb being planted in Ahmedabad was also issued by the Intelligence Bureau.

The radar against some organisations from Bangladesh sympathetic of the Assam issue has gone up. Moreover the riots also which occurred two days back is also being suspected to be the job of some Bangladesh militants.

Sources point out that ever since the Assam issue cropped up, there has been increased activity among some Bangladeshi outfits. Although over the past couple of years, these militants had reduced their focus on Assam and concentrated more towards West Bengal, now the scenario is changing.

Organisations such as the MULTA from Assam have already been put very high on the radar and there is information that they are seeking support of their brothers from Bangladesh in order to enhance subversive activities in India.

Intelligence Bureau officials say that they could cause problems anywhere in the country. Their strong holds are West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Kerala and Karnataka and these states have been put extremely high on the radar. Bangladeshi militants groups who had gone quiet for sometime have smelt this to be the perfect opportunity to strike back. The emotions are very high and although it was being termed as an ethnic clash in Assam, it has taken the communal colour. Terrorist groups have often thrived on such situations and have used such incidents to step up recruitments and carry out subversive activities across the country.

The situation is worrisome and each wing of the police in all states ought to be on a strict vigil, an officer pointed out. In addition to the threat from the Bangaldeshi militants, the officers are also keeping a close tab on groups from Pakistan who would also try and add fuel to the fire, the officer also pointed out.