Ahead of the Jewish holiday to be held in September, Indian intelligence agencies have expressed the possibility of terrorist attacks across the country. Due to this, a high alert has been issued across the country. In view of the safety of Jewish citizens, a warning has been issued to the police chiefs of all the states to be on alert. According to the report of news agency ANI, this warning clearly mentions that terrorist organizations can target Israeli civilians. The special thing is that this warning has been issued in India before the Taliban took power in Afghanistan. India has expressed apprehensions that after the Taliban’s domination in Afghanistan, there may be an increase in terrorist incidents in the country.
Tight security arrangements at the Israeli Embassy and Consulates
Let us tell you that the Jewish holiday holidays will start from September 6 across the country. According to intelligence, terrorist organizations can target Israeli civilians or Jewish citizens. The warning further states that terrorist groups may also target Jewish religious sites. According to a top official, he has ordered the Delhi Police to be on high alert. As a precaution, security has been beefed up at the Jewish Community Center with residences of the Israeli embassy, consulate, and their staff.
Warning shared with various security forces of the country
The official said that this warning has been shared with various security forces of the country. He said that if necessary, the security of important installations of the country can also be increased. On January 29, a low-intensity explosion occurred near the Israeli embassy in New Delhi, the official said. It is being seen in conjunction with this episode.
Home Ministry handed over the investigation to NIA
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is investigating last month’s blast near the Israeli embassy. Earlier the case was being probed by the Special Branch of Delhi Police on charges related to the IED blast. The case was handed over to the NIA by the Home Ministry on February 2 this year.