Reinforced security before independence day, posters of the 6 most wanted terrorists pasted near the Red Fort
New Delhi: As the nation stands ready to celebrate the 75th Independence Day on August 15, security has been stepped up across the country, especially in the nation’s capital.
In order to ensure that no untoward incidents occur in the nation’s capital during the Independence Day celebrations, a large number of security forces have been deployed around Delhi’s historic Red Fort.
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Delhi police also put up posters of six most wanted terrorists around the Red Fort. The posters feature photographs of the six most wanted terrorists with their names and addresses written on them.
In addition, Delhi Police also called on the population to inform them without delay in case they see any of these terrorists.
These six terrorists, according to Delhi police, are linked to Al Qaeda and their sole mission to carry out terrorist activity in India.
Aiming to disturb the peace and create an atmosphere of fear among the people on the occasion of Independence Day, these terrorists want to sow unrest not only in Delhi but throughout the country by committing terrorist attacks.
It comes as intelligence agencies have received reports that some disbelievers may attempt to commit acts like the January 26 violence in the nation’s capital under the guise of farmer agitation.
It has also emerged that terrorist organizations can also use drones and, with this in mind, Delhi Police has issued orders banning the theft of aerial objects such as drones, paragliders and hot air balloons ahead of the celebrations on the day of independence.