Indian terror threat: Sindh Home Dept alerts Rangers, police

Indian terror threat

KARACHI: Sindh Home Department alerted the police and Rangers of a Indian terror threat.


The Interior department has warned the law enforcement agencies that a sabotage attempt maybe made by India in Pakistan due to deteriorating relations between the two countries after the attack on an Indian airbase in Pathankot.

According to the details, the Interior department issued a letter to the Rangers and Inspector-General (IG) Sindh stating that India can target the country’s airbases and military installations through Taliban or other terrorist organizations.

The letter further states that the law enforcement agencies should immediately beef up the security of these sensitive areas.

On the other hand, terrorists belonging to banned outfits Al-Qaeda Bar-e-Sagheer and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), arrested by the security forces have revealed during interrogation that the suspects wanted to plan sabotage attempts at 14 different locations including oil refinery, Sindh Assembly, Police Club, police and rangers’ mobile units, police check post at Drigh Road, Saeedabad Training Centre along with attacks on foreigners, Superintendent Karachi jail, Deputy Inspector-General (DIG) East Office and Rangers’ officials.