Can Coastal Security Police handle a threat from the sea?

Police are ramping up security systems and counter-intelligence networks along the coast in the wake of intelligence alerts that infiltrators hailing allegiance to Bangladesh-based terror groups would attempt to enter the State through the coast.

Central intelligence agencies, which were on high alert after the recent Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka that killed hundreds, warned that two infiltrator groups from Bangladesh, both ISIS affiliates, would attempt to sneak into the country similar to how the 26/11 attackers entered Mumbai.

While security is at a high, a major cause of concern is the level of preparedness of the Coastal Security Police who are geared up to handle any threat. Read More

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