Al Qaeda Wants to Attack Naval Bases, Warns Government
As India motivates prepared to observe Independence Day tomorrow, the Al Qaeda is quick to strike maritime bases in Mumbai and Kochi, the Home Ministry has cautioned.
A terror alert is standard every year ahead of August 15. A detailed advisory to states, which summarizes intel inputs collected over recent months to ensure security agencies are aware of all possible dangers, says that terror group Al Qaeda “could consider Indian naval facilities and other unsecured waterfronts as potential targets”. It refers to naval bases in Kerala and Mumbai.
The Prime Minister will convey his yearly Independence Day discourse from the Red Fort tomorrow morning, where security has been precisely nitty gritty. A year ago, the PM ruled against utilizing an impenetrable fenced in area in front of an audience.
The counseling says inputs from a year ago recommend conceivable focuses by other Pakistan-based dread gatherings and their Indian branches incorporate the well known Lotus Temple and metro stations in Delhi and shopping centers in Uttar Pradesh and Noida.
The Home Ministry’s missive reiterates the growing concern that Pakistan’s ISI is “encouraging the Indian Sikh terrorists/radicals based in Pakistan to assist in sending the explosives/arms and ammunition/funds to the Indian territory”.