Independence Day 2022: Alert of terrorist attack in Delhi on August 15, terrorists can use IED

Pankaj Prasad
Alert of terrorist attack in Delhi
Alert of terrorist attack in Delhi

IB has issued five new alerts before the Independence Day celebrations, warning about a possible terrorist attack in many other cities of the country including the national capital Delhi.

Independence Day 2022: The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has issued five new alerts before the Independence Day celebrations, warning about a possible terrorist attack in many other cities of the country including the national capital Delhi. Let us tell that the country is celebrating 75th Independence Day and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hoist the flag at the Red Fort in the capital Delhi. The capital Delhi is under security for this. Meanwhile, the Intelligence Bureau has issued an alert.

IB issued alert

During the flag hoisting ceremony to be held on August 15 at the Red Fort, there has been a warning from the agencies that terrorists may use IEDs. It has been told that many drones can enter other cities including Delhi from the Pakistan border via Punjab. This has come to the fore during the interrogation of the recently arrested terrorists. Some terrorists even claimed that a lot of drones had entered India via Punjab.

This information came out

A lot of weapons and explosives like AK-47, hand grenades, pistols and gun-powder have been sent through drones. Recently, BSF officials had warned about such deliveries in Punjab. The police have been asked to be prepared to avoid any attack in the national capital. There is talk of terrorists being attacked in many ways. It is being said that big vehicles can also be used to crush many people.

Attack possible even using festival items

With the change in technology, terrorists can attack the Red Fort through flying objects which can be in the form of kite flying. Due to this, it has been suggested to impose a complete ban on flying objects near the Red Fort. Instructions have been issued to keep an eye on Baisakhi festival. Security agencies have said that terrorists can carry out the attack using festival items. The IB had earlier warned of a possible terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir by Lashkar-e-Khalsa, a new terror outfit affiliated with the IS. Last week, agencies had said that Lashkar-e-Khalsa was specially created by IS to carry out terror activities in India.