Delhi is on a high alert ahead of the Independence Day celebration as intelligence agencies have warned of a possible terror attack by the Pakistan led Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror group.
The alert was confirmed by three arrested Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists identified as Tariq Ahmad Dar, Syed Muneer-ul-Hassan Qadri and Ashiq Baba by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the case of Nagrota army camp attack in 2016 that take away the lives of seven Indian soldiers.
With the high alert, Delhi Police keep an eye on the movements of all suspected person in and out of Delhi.
With the further investigation, it is also found that JeM has been continuously been sending its trained agents, mostly which are the misguided Kashmiri youth under the identification of plumbers, electricians and more.
The planning from the terrorist front is done to take the revenge of the Burhan Wani with other slain commanders who are killed in an encounter by the Indian Army. They will mainly target the crowned junctions.
An NIA spokesperson has said earlier that, “Qadri has revealed that he along with other valley based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) operatives were in touch with its leadership in Pakistan and had received a freshly infiltrated group of three Pakistani Terrorists from Samba sector a day before the attack (on November 29, 2016)”.
Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik held a high-level meeting with the top officials including the SHOs, ACPs and DCPs in Mata Sundri College. It was held to discuss all the possible measures to fail the terror planning and put in action the anti-terror measures.