Pakistani Terror Cells Could Target Railway Stations, Temples In Six Indian States During Dussehra: Intelligence Reports

In the new letter received by the Indian security agencies, Pakistan backed terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad has issued warnings of lethal attacks on six Indian states during Dussehra. JeM has reportedly laid out its plan to hit railway stations and temples across different Indian states during the upcoming festive season in India.

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Railway Stations Under Threat

Initial inputs received by the Indian agencies, as many as 11 railway stations and at least six temples are on the radar of JeM. Earlier, it was also learned by the Indian intelligence that JeM has activated its underwater wing to launch seaborne attacks on coastal cities of India especially key economic targets.

The JeM has activated various terror modules ever since India announced a change in the constitutional position of Jammu and Kashmir taking back the special provisions rendered under Article 370 and Article 35A.

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The letter received by the Indian forces bears the name of Masood Ahmad who is supposedly from Karachi. The letter talks about Rewari, Rohtak, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Bhopal, Kurukshetra and Bangalore stations being under threats of terror attacks in addition to temples in Haryana, Rajasthan, MP, UP and Tamil Nadu.

Following the threats, security has been beefed up amid already heightened tensions between India and Pakistan over the Kashmir dispute. Even the Indian Navy is on escalated alert after several warnings of sea attacks started doing rounds in intelligence inputs received by Indian agencies