Posters of 6 Al-Qaida militants in Delhi, security alert in the capital

New Delhi: Security has been beefed up from Delhi to Kashmir considering August 15. A large number of security forces have been deployed around the Red Fort in Delhi. Significantly, Delhi Police has pasted posters of most wanted terrorists in the vicinity of the Red Fort. This poster contains pictures of six terrorists. Which also contains his name and address.

At the same time, Delhi Police has appealed to anyone who sees these terrorists in the country to inform the police immediately. Delhi Police has claimed that all the six terrorists belong to Al-Qaeda and are aimed at carrying out terrorist activities in India. On the occasion of Independence Day, all these terrorists want to create unrest by carrying out terror attacks not only in Delhi but across the country. Their aim is to disturb the peace and create an atmosphere of fear among the people.

In fact, intelligence agencies have received information that under the guise of a farmers' movement, some miscreants may try to carry out an act like January 26 in the capital. It has also come to light that terrorist organizations can also use drones. Due to this, the Delhi Police Commissioner had already banned the flying of drones.

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