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Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed sends letter threatening to blow up railway stations and temples across 6 Indian states

Following the terror threat, security has been tightened in and around Rewari railway station and other important locations and places mentioned in the letter as the authorities do not want to take the threat lightly

The Rohtak Police officials have reportedly received a letter sent by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed terror outfit, threatening to carry out terror attacks at railway stations and Hindu temples across 6 Indian states by October 8. The letter mentions many famous railway stations such as Bhopal, Mumbai, Jaipur, Kota, Chennai, Hisar and Rohtak.

The Haryana Railway Police officials claimed that the letter was sent to Rohtak Junction Station Superintendent’s office and was received by the station manager around 3 pm on Saturday by ordinary post. A man named Masood Ahmed, purportedly from Karachi, Pakistan is mentioned as the sender on the letter.

Following the terror threat, security has been tightened in and around Rewari railway station and other important locations and places mentioned in the letter as the authorities do not want to take the threat lightly. The police are yet to establish the authenticity of the letter which appears to be written on a torn-notebook paper.

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After the abrogation of Article 370, the intelligence agencies had warned that their credible input sources informed them that the terror organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed is training its cadres to carry out terror attacks in India. The Navy chief had last month warned of underwater attack while Lt Gen SK Saini, GOC-in-C, Army Southern Command declared a terror alert in the southern states after discarded boats were found in Sir Creek in Rann of Kutch in Gujarat. Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa stated that some intel reports are indicating a possible attack on Indian Air Force’s air bases in Gujarat.

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