Delhi: Intelligence department shared nine-page alert with police, ban on unmanned aerial vehicles.
During the period of January 20 to February 15, unmanned aerial vehicles will be banned in the capital. A nine-page alert from Delhi Police has been shared with the Intelligence Bureau. The terrorists plan to target many big leaders in the country.
On Republic Day, the Delhi Police is fully prepared to deal with any terrorist plots. During the period of January 20 to February 15, unmanned aerial vehicles are prohibited in the capital. Rakesh Asthana, Delhi Police Commissioner, said Para gliders, parameters, unmanned aircraft systems, remotely piloted aircraft, small-sized aircraft, quad copters, and Para jumping will be forbidden during this period. Terrorists can use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to threaten the public, dignitaries, and important places.
Security beefed up at key sites and buildings
Delhi Police has released a nine-page alert to the Intelligence Bureau. Reports indicate that terrorists are planning to target many of the country’s leaders. The terrorist organization Khalistan Liberation Force has conspired with other terrorist organizations, according to sources. As a result, the security of major buildings and places in the capital has been enhanced.
Security agencies on high alert after getting IED (bomb)
There will be a half-hour delay this year in starting the Republic Day parade. In 75 years of independence, this will be the first time that the parade will start half an hour late. However, security agencies have lost sleep over the discovery of an IED (bomb) in Ghazipur Phool Mandi during the Republic Day parade. Bomb disposal squads are being checked twice a day along the parade route. The security has been very tight this time.