Fear of major terror attack in Mumbai, police issued alert Public assets can be the target of terrorists
Mumbai – Indradev Pandey
There is a possibility of a terrorist attack in Maharashtra’s capital Mumbai. According to intelligence agencies, in the next 30 days, Mumbai can be attacked by drones, remote controlled micro light aircraft, aerial missiles, or para gliders. Location can also be targeted. In such a situation, drones, light aircraft, para gliding have been banned for 30 days.
This ban will continue from October 30 to November 28. Police has imposed Section 144 in the entire city and has banned the mob. Police has become alert after receiving high alert from intelligence agencies.
It has been feared that public assets may also be on the target of terrorists. Following the letter of the Intelligence Department, any flying thing has been banned in the area. The order said that this order will continue for the next 30 days. It was said that punishable action will be taken against the violator of this order under Section 188 of IPC 1860.
Along with issuing the warning, the police has said that the common people should not panic but be cautious. DCP Chaitanya issued an appeal to the people saying that there is no need to panic. Everybody be cautious.