Delhi Police put up posters of 14 terrorists across city
The Delhi Police have put up posters of fourteen terrorists across the city, especially in the Paharganj area and New Delhi Railway Station.
New Delhi: The Delhi Police have put up posters of fourteen terrorists across the city, especially in the Paharganj area and New Delhi Railway Station.
Keeping in view the Independence Day celebrations, scheduled to be held on on August 15, a high alert has been sounded in the national capital.
Reports say that out of 14 terrorists, five are members of Indian Mujahideen terror group, and 9 others are affiliated to other organisations.
Last week, Mail Today reported as per sources, that nine suspected terrorists have entered Delhi.
According to the report, the terrorists are carrying a huge cache of explosives, including RDX and detonators.
The government has instructed all security agencies to step up vigil in the capital to avert any terror strike ahead of the Independence Day on August 15.
The intelligence input on nine Pakistani terrorists sneaking into Delhi has come in the wake of the recent terror attack in Gurdaspur in which seven people were killed including cops.
The report quoted sources as saying that the cache of arms had arrived in the capital about three months back.