New Delhi: Amid reports of terrorists
planning to strike at ICC cricket world cup venues, government
today said it was taking every precaution and security
measures were in place to prevent any untoward incident.
"Every precaution is being taken. No one need (to)
have any worry on that score," Home Minister P Chidambaram
told reporters outside parliament House.
He said in Mohali where India will take on Pakistan on
March 30 as also at other venues, adequate measures have been
taken by the state governments concerned. He said central
forces were also available to the states.
According to news reports, Interpol has confirmed
fears of a possible terror attack on the ongoing cricket World
Cup matches following the arrest of a terrorist.