High Alert in India after Jaish terrorists threaten attack on railway stations, temples in October


New Delhi, Sep 16 : Security has been tightened in India after police officials has received a letter reportedly sent by Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed to blow up railway stations and temples across six states by October 8.

Haryana Railway Police officials has revealed that the letter was sent to Rohtak Junction Station Superintendent’s office and the letter has been written in proper Hindi . The letter states that the group would avenge the killings of its terrorists .

Several prominent railway stations including Rohtak, Hisar, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Bhopal, and Kota, have been named in the letter.

The letter bears the name of one Masood Ahmad allegedly from Karachi, Pakistan.

In the wake of the threat, security has been beefed up in and around the Rewari railway station and other important installations and places named in the letter.

Navy chief has warned in August that JeM terrorists are being given training of underwater attack. An underwater wing of Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) is training people to carry out attacks but the Indian Navy is fully prepared to thwart any such attempt, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Karambir Singh said in August.

In August terror alert was sounded by Lt Gen SK Saini, GOC-in-C, Army Southern Command in the southern states after abandoned boats were found in Sir Creek in Rann of Kutch in Gujarat.

The tensions between India and Pakistan has been heightened after Modi government revoked Article370 in Jammu and Kashmir.

The dispute erupted between India and Pakistan on the question of Jammu and Kashmir. India took this matter to the UN Security Council, which passed resolution 39 (1948) and established the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP) to investigate the issues and mediate between the two countries.

Following the set-up of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP), the UN Security Council passed Resolution 47 on 21 April 1948. It asked Government of India to reduce its forces to minimum strength, after which the circumstances for holding a plebiscite should be put into effect ‘on the question of Accession of the state to India or Pakistan.

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