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Jammu, Srinagar cities on alert ahead of PM's UNGA speech
9/22/2019 11:29:22 PM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Sept 22: Fearing terror strikes, the twin capitals of Jammu and Srinagar have been put on high alert ahead Prime Minister Narender Modi's speech at the United National General Assembly (UNGA) on September 27.
Sources said the intelligence agencies have inputs that Pakistan based terror groups were desperately trying to carry out terror strikes in Jammu and Kashmir on that day. Sources said a meeting to prevent any such possible strike was held by the administration in Srinagar and that apart from officials from Jammu and Kashmir Police, their counterparts from army and paramilitary forces were also present. Sources said that intelligence agencies have inputs that a group of specially trained terrorists have already sneaked into the summer capital of Srinagar. Sources said while security has been beefed up, special arrangements have been put in place to prevent any possible strike on the mega edifices like Civil Secretariat building, Police Control Rooms, Police Headquarters and central offices including Doordarshan Kendra, All India Radio and the BSNL head office here.
Sources said the special makeshift bunkers have been erected in the vicinity of police headquarter while mobile bunkers are also on alert near other similar building of strategic importance. Sources said the security has also been beefed up in Jammu city where special nakas and patrols have been put in place. "Night patrolling, in particular has been intensified because there is every possibility that they (terrorists) may try to take the shield of the darkness to venture in (to Jammu)," said a senior official on the condition of anonymity.
It is pertinent to mention that PM Modi, who is presently on the trip to US is scheduled to address to UNGA where he will expose Pakistan on terror, a development that is said to frustrate the enemy country.
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