Ahmedabad: In a first, Pakistan has shared a specific intelligence input with India related to possible terror strikes by Lashkar-E-Taiba and Jaish-e-Muhammed’s suicide bombers.
Pakistan’s National Security Adviser (NSA) Nasir Khan Janjua has shared an intelligence input with Ajit Doval that 10 terrorists had entered Gujarat to carry out strikes.
Gujarat has been put high alert on Saturday in the wake of the intelligence input. Also, security measures have been heightened at all the sensitive ares, places of worship and public places in the state. Also, two NSG teams rushed to Gujarat and put on stand following high level alert.
“We had received inputs from Centre on Saturday; we’ve issued an high alert,” Gujarat Home Minister Rajni Patel.
“Gujarat police is on alert. Guj government had asked Centre for NSG teams and the teams have arrived in the state,” Patel added.
Important monuments and pilgrimage centres like Somnath temple, Dwarka Temple, Akashardham, power plants, defence, dams like Sardar Sarovar Dam and security establishments have also been put on alert.
The warning from Pakistan comes after five abandoned Pakistani boats found in the past three months in Kutch.
An abandoned boat was found by a BSF patrolling team off Koteshwar coast in Kutch on Friday.