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'JeM Terrorists In Punjab, Planning To Move To Delhi' Mentions Intel Report, Punjab On High Alert

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Republic TV has accessed the Intel report that revealed some insights on the spotting of the JeM terrorists in Punjab's Amritsar district
  • As per the Intel report, the Punjab police issued stringent warning for the safety of the people in the state after the terrorists were spotted

A day after Punjab police issued high alert in the state after receiving inputs of the presence of Pakistan-based group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists in Amritsar district, Republic TV has accessed the Intel report that revealed some insights on the spotting of the JeM terrorists in the Northern state.

The intel report dated November 14, addressed to Punjab’s Director General of Police by the IG of Police, Counter Intelligence stated that the intel received inputs of the presence of 6-7 JeM terrorists in the state who are planning to move towards Delhi from Punjab side.

Further in the report, the Punjab police issued stringent warning for the safety of the people in the state:

"All supervisory field officers, including IGP/DIG Ranges and CPs are advised to involve themselves personally in the planning and implementation of preventive, precautionary measures to avoid any untoward incident," the report reads.

READ: 'We Cannot Rule Out Terror Angle', Says Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh On Nirankari Bhawan Attack

Earlier on November 16, news agency ANI had tweeted that the Punjab Police had received inputs about the movements of terrorist in Zakir Moosa, after which they had released the posters featuring the terrorist to spread awareness about his spotting. Moreover, Punjab's Gurdaspur SSP Swarandeep Singh also asserted that precautionary measures to avoid any casualties.

Meanwhile, in a shocking incident on Sunday afternoon, three people have been killed and several have suffered injuries in a blast at Nirankari Bhawan in Amritsar's Rajasansi village. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, while speaking to Republic TV, gave insights of the incident and confirmed terror linkages to the attack in the Nirankari Bhawan.

READ: Amritsar Blast: Several Injured In Blast At Amritsar's Nirankari Bhawan. LIVE Updates Here

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