Naxalite organization and ISI threat to Mohan Bhagwat, security agencies alert about Sangh chief's arrival in Bhagalpur
During Mohan Bhagwat's stay of about four hours in Bhagalpur on February 10, there will be police patrolling in the Ganga river area besides his movement route and surrounding area. SDM Dhananjay Kumar is in constant touch with the ashram.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's Sar Sanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat is going to come to Bhagalpur on February 10. Meanwhile, Pakistani intelligence agency ISI, extremist and Naxalite organizations have threatened Mohan Bhagwat. After which the Central Security Agency has been alerted. The Bhagalpur Police-Administration Association is already alert about the chief's arrival. Regarding the security arrangements, SSP Anand Kumar and SDO Sadar Dhananjay Kumar were in constant contact with the office bearers of All India Santmat Mahasabha, the governing body of Paramhans Ji Maharaj's Kuppa Ghat Ashram at Sthal Maharishi.
Seeing the arrival of Mohan Bhagwat and the possibility of terrorist threat, the security agencies have become alert. Teams of officers associated with security agencies have been visiting the city for the last three days to monitor the security arrangements and activities in the surrounding areas. Being close to the Nepal border, security agencies are also keeping an eye on the activities happening in Seemanchal's Araria, Kishanganj, Purnia, Katihar, Navagachia, Bhagalpur, Banka.
SSP Anand Kumar along with the police team inspected the premises regarding the arrival of Paramhansji Maharaj at Kuppa Ghat Ashram in Maharshi, Mayaganj, Burari police station area. He has also held consultations with the police officials regarding security arrangements. During Mohan Bhagwat's stay of about four hours in Bhagalpur on February 10, there will be police patrolling in the Ganga river area besides his movement route and surrounding area. SDM Dhananjay Kumar is in constant touch with the ashram.
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