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Security forces on high alert in NCR in view of recent terror incidents in Punjab

The recent terror incidents in Punjab have raised security concerns in Delhi-NCR as well. The police have increased vigilance to thwart any possible terror attacks.

Police are wary of possible attacks by terror groups in Delhi-NCR. (Image for Representation)

Security forces are on high alert in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) following the recent terror incidents in the neighbouring state of Punjab. The Faridabad Police has increased vigilance and sounded alert among all the police stations in-charge of the area.

Last week, a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) was fired at the Intelligence Wing headquarters of Punjab Police in Mohali , triggering a blast that shattered windows. Just a day before the Mohali blast, the Punjab Police had thwarted a possible terror attack and arrested two men in a village in Tarn Taran district with an explosive device packed with RDX.

The recent terror incidents in Punjab have raised security concerns in Delhi-NCR as well. The security forces are wary of possible attacks by terror groups and have increased vigilance to prevent such attacks.

The Faridabd Police said,”In view of the recent incidents in Punjab, vigilance has been increased in the NCR area, due to which the Faridabad Police has also been alerted by all the police stations in-charge from the point of view of security, on the instructions of the higher officials, the people of the area, RWA chief etc.”

The police officials have been asked to ensure that all the tenants, drivers, assistants, maids in the area are verified. They have been asked to be on alert for any suspicious persons in the area.

Inspector Naveen Kumar, in-charge of Sadar Police Station, has also informed the sarpanch about the recent terror incidents and has asked them to be on alert. He has also asked the companies in the area to install CCTV, as well as make sure that their employees, staff, servants, have been verified by the police.

“Police is with the common man, but it is also the duty of the common man to help the police,” Naveen Kumar said.

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