Amit Shah on target of Mujahideen, SIMI and Naxalites, high alert issued before Bihar visit
The danger has increased due to the availability of rocket stinger missiles to the terrorists. The alert states that the construction of the helipad should conform to the standard.
Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah will be visiting the state on February 25. There will be tight security in Patna and West Champaran regarding Amit Shah's visit. The administration has issued a high alert regarding their safety. Keeping in mind the security arrangements, there is a possibility of change in Amit Shah's visit. Police Headquarters has issued an alert. It says that there is a threat from Indian Mujahideen, SIMI, Naxalites, Muslim fundamentalists. In view of this, it has been asked to make strong and impeccable security arrangements from his helipad to the venue.
The Additional Director General of Police (Security) has also sent a letter to the DM, SSP and SP of both the districts. In this, it has been asked to take necessary action keeping in view the activities of the absconding terrorists in connection with the recovery of explosives in the Mahabodhi temple of Bodh Gaya.
Apart from Javed Alam, accused of supplying arms to the commander of Lashkar-e-Mustafa in Marhaura, Saran, several incidents have been mentioned in the alert. The danger has increased due to the availability of rocket stinger missiles to the terrorists. The alert states that the construction of the helipad should conform to the standard.