Tahlka News Bureau
New Delhi: Delhi and Mumbai have been put on high alert today after Intelligence agencies received Intel of possible terrorist attack by 20 Lashkar-e-Taiba operatives. A warning has been issued for border areas of Punjab and Rajasthan also. The terrorist may have been trained by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence to IS.
Security has been tightened at public places in metro cities after the terror alert by intelligence agencies. Delhi police has been asked to ensure tight monitoring and adequate security at metro and railway stations, airports, hotels popular among tourists crowded markets, religious places and stadiums in the national capital. The terror alert said Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists, who may have divided themselves into smaller groups, plan to rule out a "spectacular terrorist incident" so as to attract media attention.
The intelligence agency said that militants have been trained by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence and may carry out a medium intensity blast by a suicide bomber at a crowded location. The terror alert comes after a top US intelligence officials had warned that Pakistan-based terrorist group were planning attack in India while asserting that Islamabad had failed to rein in terrorists.