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Published On: Wed, Sep 25th, 2019

PM Modi, Amit Shah, Doval on hit list of militants:

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modi.1.365485NEW DELHI : The country is on high alert after intelligence reports warned that PM Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval are on hit list. Home ministry sources said on Wednesday that the ministry has sounded alert in all states following a threat naming 30 major cities.
The defence ministry and intelligence agencies said that Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad has been plotting a fidayeen or suicide attack on air bases. The inputs include a threat letter dated 10 September, received by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security.
The letter in Hindi is reportedly from one Shamsher Wani of Jaish that claims revenge for the abrogation of Article 370. Sources said terror groups based in Pakistan have been planning a strike since Jammu and Kashmir was split into two union territories.

Home ministry sources said today. The ministry has put out an alert to all states following a threat naming 30 major cities. Indian Air Force (IAF) sources have also confirmed a serious security threat to frontline bases following multi-agency inputs.
An “orange alert”, which is a notch lower than the highest state of emergency, is in place at important installations and security has been tightened on IAF bases in Srinagar, Awantipora, Jammu, Pathankot and Hindon, sources say.
The inputs received by the defence ministry and intelligence agencies, the Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad has been plotting a fidayeen or suicide attack on air bases.
The inputs include a threat letter dated 10 September, received by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security. The letter in Hindi is reportedly from one Shamsher Wani of Jaish and claims revenge for the government’s Article 370 decision.
Sources say terror groups based in Pakistan have been planning a strike since the government declared the end of special status to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 on August 5 and said the state would be split into two union territories.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has repeatedly targeted the government on the Kashmir move and tried to rally support on the world stage. According to inputs, the Jaish is angling for high-value targets in retaliation.
On a week the annual world gathering United Nations General Assembly is in session in New York, there is a worry that at least one important installation may be hit and it could likely be an air base, if only to slow down air activity.
Against this backdrop, it has been reported that a large number of AK-47 assault rifles, grenades and sat phones were dropped in Amritsar by heavy-lifting drones that came from Pakistan.Punjab police sources say the consignment was meant to stir trouble in Jammu and Kashmir.

 

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