A group of 20-21 terrorists from the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET) terrorist group has sneaked into India and is preparing to launch a terrorist attack.
According to DNA, the Central Intelligence Organization have warned against anti-terrorist units in cities in this regard.
The newspaper added that the terrorists entered India by order of Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI). Some went to Mumbai and Delhi, and the rest to Punjab and Rajasthan. “Their plan is to carry out spectacular terrorist acts in India,” they quoted.
Following the threat, the agency issued a warning and a warning to all units of the Delhi Police. Strong controls and reinforced measures against terrorism should be provided at metro stations, railway stations, airports, hotels famous among tourists, crowded markets, religious sites and stadiums in Delhi, said the adviser.
The police have also been invited to carry out appropriate monitoring and verification, in addition to reinforcing security.
In early May, a high-ranking US intelligence had warned that Pakistan-based terrorist groups are planning to carry out attacks in India while stating that Arafat failed to stop terrorists. National Intelligence Director Daniel Coats for A congressional hearing on global threats, told Senate Committee members on Senate intelligence that Pakistan was expanding its nuclear arsenal in search of tactical nuclear weapons, which could reduce the threshold for its use.