Amritsar: A red alert has been issued at Sri Guru Ramdas International Airport in Amritsar district in Punjab. This decision has been taken due to security reasons before Republic Day on 26 January. This security has been extended at the entry and exit gates within the car parking city-side passenger hall. Under this, the entry of people in the audience gallery with Rs 75 tickets has been stopped till January 30. The entry of devotees going to Gurdwara Stasar Sahib inside the airport has also been stopped.
It is noteworthy that Pakistan's Intelligence Agency (ISI) and many terrorist organizations are plotting attacks in India on Republic Day. This has been revealed in the intelligence report of the security agencies. According to the report, on January 26, the input of terrorist attacks has been received in many cities of the country including Delhi, and Punjab. The ISI has taken the help of Dawood gang members to carry out these attacks. Agencies have issued an alert regarding terrorist attacks in major cities of the country.
According to media reports, not only on January 26 but also on the G-20 summit to be held in India, terrorist organizations are plotting a big cyber attack. Regarding this, the cyber wing of Islamic State Al Qaeda has also become very active in cyberspace.