Improved security after Dussehra JeM threat hit on stns, temples
BHOPAL/RAIPUR/DELHI: The train station superintendent received a letter on Monday allegedly written by Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Muhammed threatening to fly 12 railway stations and several temples on October 8.
The letter, written in Hindi, threatens attacks in three-meter stations (Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru) and in several stations such as Raipur , Bilaspur and en and Rewari, Rohtak and Hisar in Haryana.
RPF CEO Arun Kumar said adequate security arrangements have been made. “For larger stations, we already have a prepared action plan in which the entry and exit points of those stations that are not used much will be blocked. Recently, many CCTV cameras were installed at the stations. The food is monitored regularly, ”he said.
Police said the letter states that Jaish would avenge the murders of his terrorists by blowing up the railway stations.
Safety has been reinforced at the railway stations mentioned in the letter.