ISI may conduct terrorist attack in Assam, police issued alert in the state

Guwahati: Assam police have issued an alert in the state on Sunday. Police say Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and terror outfit Al Qaeda (al Qaeda) may carry out attacks in Assam. Based on intelligence inputs about such threats, the Guwahati Police Commissioner and all district police chiefs have been asked to remain alert and take "necessary preventive and precautionary measures" in a circular issued on Saturday.

In fact, two civilians were killed and 20 others, including 11 policemen, were injured in an incident in Assam last month. The circular says it plans to target individuals including RASHTRIYA Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) cadres and army areas in ISI, Assam and other parts of India. It says that the global terror organization is a group meeting/organization. Bomb at places like mass transport, religious places etc. 

In fact, police had also received intelligence inputs about an alleged video message issued by the terror group Al Qaeda, specifically pointing to a call for jihad in Assam and Kashmir. Based on the input, Assam police has prepared ground source and intelligence collection machinery for all districts and "Global terrorist organizations and fundamental/fundamental" and "terrorist organizations". Radical elements have been asked to be vigilant for "thwarting any action".

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