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High Alert issued in Nagpur – Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists conduct recce of RSS headquarters, Hedgewar Bhavan, Security Tightened


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An alert has been raised and security has been heightened at the RSS headquarters and Hedgewar Bhavan in Maharashtra’s Nagpur after the sleeper cell belonging to Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed conducted a recce of these places.

As per Nagpur Police Chief Amitesh Kumar, a few days ago some people of Jaish-e-Muhammad had came to Nagpur and they have done recce of many important places after which the security of these places has been increased.

Police Chief Kumar refused to provide more details due to the sensitiveness of the matter, but according to the information received from other police sources, the terrorists of JeM did a recce of the RSS headquarters and Hedgewar Bhavan.

Kumar said, “Yes, these terrorists had come from Srinagar to Nagpur a month ago and stayed in the city for a few days. A case has been registered in this regard and the Nagpur Crime Branch has formed a team to locate the terrorists”.

Yesterday, one of the top Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist commanders Mir Owaisi along with two other terrorists were dispatched to hell by the security forces in the Pulwama. It seems security forces have gathered some vital inputs from the items recovered from terrorists, and that’s why alert has been raised.


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