Delhi on terror radar; Pak terrorists preparing to strike

| Monday, June 27, 2016 - 18:00
First Published |
Terrorist attack, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab police, Punjab, suicide belt, LeT, CRPF, intelligence agencies

New Delhi: The intellignece wing of the Punjab police has warned of a Pakistani terror module sneaking in to the national capital for an alleged terror strike.
The intelligence Bureau has shared the input received from the special branch of the Punjab police with the local law and order and enforcement agencies, including the Delhi police.
According to the information generated by the special branch, a three-member Pakistani terror module has already departed from Banihal in Jammu and Kashmir and is moving towards Punjab and the national capital.
The most sinister part of the Pakistani-sponsored terror conspiracy is that as per the intelligence input, one of the terrorists from the three-member convoy is also equipped with a suicide belt. Meanwhile, the government agencies have knowledge of the license plate of the vehicle being used by the terror convoy.
Recently, the nation witnessed a major Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) backed strike in Pampore, J&K on a CRPF convoy. The recent inputs of an anticipated terror strike are surely a cause of concern for intelligence agencies.  

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