Indian Coast Guard on high alert following bomb blasts in Sri Lanka

Indian Coast Guard has been put on high alert along the maritime boundary with Sri Lanka and has taken preventive measures following the eight coordinated bomb blasts that rocked Sri Lanka during Easter celebrations on Sunday.

Maritime surveillance aircraft Dornier and ships have been deployed on the maritime border to prevent any attempts of escape by the group which carried out suicide bombings in Sri Lanka, Coast Guard sources said

The coast guards are taking extra precaution to avoid a repeat of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks when the terrorists used the sea route to enter India.

Mumbai came to a standstill more than a decade ago when 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba(LeT) terrorists entered the country’s financial capital through a sea Read more

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