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Rajasthan on high alert, section 144 applied over the notice of entry of 4 terrorists in Gujarat


Rajasthan Police implemented Section-144 from 19 August 2019 to 21 August 2019 under 10 police stations in Jaipur. The alert will be continued until the next orders. Intelligence Bureau gets the input of the terrorist movement in Gujarat and Udaipur.

According to the information, these terrorists have entered India through Pakistani passports with Pakistani intelligence agency ISI agent. A high alert has been issued in the whole of India, including Rajasthan and Gujarat border after Pakistan’s nefarious intentions.

The police and security agencies have been on high alert since then. Special attention has been asked to keep an eye on the crowded areas, hotels, dhabas, railway stations, and bus bases, because only in such places can the terrorists carry out a big conspiracy.

Pakistan has been very angry since the removal of Article 370 from Kashmir. There is continuous firing on the border and is engaged in the infiltration of terrorists. Pakistani terrorists are trying to carry out a major crime in India.

Intelligence agencies have given input of terrorist attack during festivals in Gujarat. The borders of Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh have been sealed after input. An intensive search is being done for vehicles coming from outside. Gujarat ATS has prepared a sketch of Afghan terrorist and sent it to police officers, investigative agencies and police stations. 48 security personnel, including a platoon of state reserve forces personnel, have been deployed  at the check-post with bulletproof jackets and helmets.

According to the orders issued by DCP North Manoj Kumar, no more than five people will submit to one place under section 144 in Jaipur which is applicable till 12 pm on 21 August. They will not be able to block the way or to organize any kind of protest or communal violence in Jaipur. 

After the recent stone-pelting nuisance and violence in Jaipur, the duration of Section 144, which was kept in 10 police station areas of the boundary wall, has been extended for 48 hours.