Ib Alerts Delhi Police Of Drone Attack Or Terrorist Attack No Entry Inside Red Fort From 21 July To August 15 Till Independence Day Celebration Is Over

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The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) was informed about the closure of the Red Fort late on Tuesday evening. ASI Director (Monuments) N. Issuing an order letter, K Pathak has informed all the officers of his Delhi circle, the police of the northern district and the CISF commandant handling the security arrangements at Red Fort.

Red Fort closed till Independence Day
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Keeping in mind the preparations for the Republic Day, the Red Fort was closed for the common citizens. Those going to visit the Red Fort from July 21 to August 15 will not get entry.

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) was informed about the closure of the Red Fort late on Tuesday evening. ASI Director (Monuments) N. Issuing an order letter, K Pathak has informed all the officers of his Delhi circle, the police of the northern district and the CISF commandant handling the security arrangements at Red Fort.

Due to security reasons, Delhi Police had asked the ASI to shut down the Red Fort from July 15 itself. At present, the ASI has decided to close the Red Fort from July 21 instead of 15.

The Delhi Police has increased the security arrangements in the Red Fort and its surrounding areas more than before. Citizens need to know that now they will be able to visit the Red Fort only after August 16.
IB Alert: Drone attack may happen in Delhi before August 15
At the same time, in view of the upcoming Independence Day, the Intelligence Department of India has issued an alert to the Delhi Police that there can be a drone attack in the capital anytime before August 15. Terrorists, who failed to carry out terrorist acts in Jammu and Uttar Pradesh, are now making a big plan to terrorize the capital of the country.

Amar Ujala had also prominently published the news of similar inputs received from the intelligence department on July 14. According to this, Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI can attack many cities including metro cities of the country including Delhi. Terrorists can be carried out by making human bombs or through target killing.

The country’s Intelligence Department and the Special Cell of Delhi Police have received such inputs. After such inputs, special attention is being paid to the security arrangements in Delhi. Paramilitary forces have been deployed at many places in Delhi.

A senior official of the Delhi Police’s Anti-Terrorist Cell Special Cell said that the bomb blast took place on June 23 outside the residence of country’s biggest enemy Hafiz Saeed in the Revenue Board Housing Society at Jauhar House in Lahore. India has nothing to do with this blast.

But ISI and Hafiz Saeed can make terrorist attack by making excuse of this blast. ISI can get terrorists to do human bombs or target killings. It has been said in the inputs that important buildings and crowded places of the country can be targeted. Small bomb blasts can be done in crowded places.

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Keeping in mind the preparations for the Republic Day, the Red Fort was closed for the common citizens. Those going to visit the Red Fort from July 21 to August 15 will not get entry.

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) was informed about the closure of the Red Fort late on Tuesday evening. ASI Director (Monuments) N. Issuing an order letter, K Pathak has informed all the officers of his Delhi circle, the police of the northern district and the CISF commandant handling the security arrangements at Red Fort.

Due to security reasons, Delhi Police had asked the ASI to shut down the Red Fort from July 15 itself. At present, the ASI has decided to close the Red Fort from July 21 instead of 15.

The Delhi Police has increased the security arrangements in the Red Fort and its surrounding areas more than before. Citizens need to know that now they will be able to visit the Red Fort only after August 16.

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