Mumbai and Delhi on high alert over possible terror attack
New Delhi: Intelligence agencies have issued an alert following the possible terror attack by Lashkar-e-Taiba in metro cities including Delhi and Mumbai, or in border areas of Punjab and Rajasthan.
As per agencies a group of 20-21 LeT operatives may have entered to India from Pakistan and subsequently divided themselves into smaller groups.
These men have been highly trained by Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence, sources said.
Police have issued an advisory to ensure tight monitoring and strengthened anti-terror measures at Metro and railway stations, airports, hotels, crowded markets, religious places and stadiums in Delhi.
Earlier in May, a top US intelligence official had warned that Pakistan-based terrorist groups were planning attacks in India while asserting that Islamabad had failed to rein in terrorists.