Delhi on red alert after Jaish-e-Mohammed circulate threats of attacks on WhatsApp
New Delhi on high alert: The national capital was put on high alert on Saturday, November 16 after it received threats on social media by Militant based outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). The letter dated November 13 by a fellow called Ameer Hamza, a Pakistani national, and also a member of JeM’s student wing ‘Talba al-Murabitoon’, on a WhatsApp group named, ‘Jesh Communication Centre.
New Delhi on high alert: New Delhi was put on red alert on Saturday, November 16 after threats surfaced on social media by terror based outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). Media reports said the messages by the Militant outfit carried insights of various attacks at many places in the national capital as a mark of revenge against the killing of the outfit’s commander in Jammu and Kashmir‘s Tral. Following the message of possible attacks, the Intelligence Bureau circulated a letter urging the security forces to remain on red alert in Delhi-NCR.