The alert which was sent to all city police commissioners and SPs around 11.30 pm Thursday, said a group, including one Pakistani and five Sri Lankan Tamil Muslims, have purportedly masked themselves as Hindus and may do assaults over the state. A senior official said the info was explicitly on Coimbatore city.
Tamil Nadu Is on High Alert after Intel Alert of six Lashkar terrorists entering the state
Based on intelligence inputs, the Tamil Nadu Police Thursday noon launched a massive combing operation over the state looking for a six-member Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) bunch that is accepted to have entered the state. A senior official said the info was explicitly on Coimbatore city.
The alert which was sent to all city police commissioner and SPs around 11.30 pm Thursday, said a group, including one Pakistani and five Sri Lankan Tamil Muslims, have allegedly masked themselves as Hindus and may do assaults over the state.
Vital security installations and worship centers, tourist locations and foreign embassies could be among the objectives of the terrorist group, as indicated by the insight input.
Intelligence machinery in all districts, just as coastal areas, have been actuated to follow the infiltrators. Officials have been directed to screen the development of ferries and boats while the unit officials were approached to sharpen the anglers network about the risk.
Numerous sources in the police said a massive search operation was led on Thursday night, including attacks at police headquarters, lodges, and public places. The search operations will proceed.
On April 4, an alert about the Sri Lankan impacts had demonstrated to be valid. Seventeen days before the Easter Sunday impacts in Sri Lanka, an alert was sent by the state DGP to every one of the officials and SPs, cautioning about attacks by Sri Lanka-based National Thowheeth Jamaat headed by Mohammed Zaharan on Sri Lankan foundations through suicide bombarding, truck blast, blade assault or bundle blast.