After the arrest of 8 people on suspicion of being terrorists in Delhi, the national capital of India, this time there is a threat of sabotage in Mumbai as well.
Mumbai, the capital city of Indian state Maharashtra, located on Maharashtra’s coast. Mumbai is India’s most-populous city, and it is one of the largest and most densely populated urban areas in the world.
After the arrest in Delhi, red alert is being issued at all the major stations, airports in the India’s commercial city on Saturday.
Sources claim that the threat of militant attacks in Mumbai is growing. So the administration is not willing to take any risk.
Asked about the possible precautions, the Mumbai Railway Police Commissioner Kasser Khalid said, “Access to many stations has been blocked. About 6,000 cameras have been installed at most of the stations on urgent basis. “Mumbai is wrapped in a security blanket. Police are on alert at the stations, Airports. Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad has already arrested one suspect. It is suspected that the man was linked to a militant group in Delhi. The arrested man, identified as Zakir, was arrested from Yogeshwari area of Mumbai on Friday night and is being questioned.
Last Tuesday, the Delhi Police unveiled a plot of Pakistani sabotage. Six militants were arrested. Two of them are again trained in Pakistan. The militant group is joined by a militant named Zakir, who was arrested in Mumbai. The Zakir was identified after interrogating a jihadi named Jan Mohammad, who was arrested by the Delhi Police. He was arrested on Friday. Incidentally, Pakistan has been fighting against India since independence. However, the neighboring country has started a shadow war after embarrassing defeats in multiple frontal battles.
According to sources, the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is plotting to carry out ‘economic terrorism’ in India this time. However, that effort is not being very fruitful.
Last Tuesday, officers of the Special Cell of the Delhi Police leaked the curtain of the Pakistan-backed ‘Terror Module’ or militant wing.