Defence Establishments On High Alert After Threat Of Attack


Defence establishments in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab have been put on a high alert after intelligence inputs that a Pathankot style attack may take place.

Informed sources said there were inputs of around eight Jaish-e-Mohammad militants, who infiltrated into India, had headed towards Punjab.

The intelligence inputs said the militants may be targeting army and air force installations in Jammu region and Punjab to carry out a Pathankot-style attack, following which all bases have been asked to be on high alert.  Read More…

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