Haryana: Jaish-e-Mohammad Threatens to Target Railways Stations in State, Police Sound High Alert
Security Stepped at Railway Stations (Representational Image/ Photo Credits: PTI/File)

Chandigarh, September 17: The Haryana police on Tuesday sounded a high-security alert in the state in the wake of reports, which states that Jaish-e-Mohammad might target railway stations in different parts in the country. Following the reports, the Government Railway Police (GRP) and Railway Protection Force (RPF) are conducting joint operations to search for any suspicious elements in the railway stations of the state. Kashmir: Pakistan-Trained Al-Badr Terrorists May Infiltrate Into Valley, Says Report; High Alert Sounded.

According to the reports, as informed by news agency ANI, the Haryana Police received information that Pakistan-based terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) might target major railway stations in different parts in the country.

Here's the ANI Tweet:

A few days earlier, a high-alert was issued in Jammu and Kashmir after security forces recieved inputs about a possible infiltration bid by Pakistan-trained terrorists into the valley. Reports arrived that around 80 terrorists are camping near Gurez, 60 in Machhal, 50 in Karnah, 40 in Keran, 20 in Uri, 15 in Naugam and 10 in Rampur across the LoC. Following this, security was beefed up in Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan Reactivates Terror Launch Pads Along LoC to Infiltrate Terrorists Into Jammu And Kashmir: Report.

Besides Haryana, now Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Kerala are also on high alert, and security forces are on their toes to avert any untoward incident.