Bengaluru Police commissioner Bhaskar Rao has ordered a high alert and strengthened the security apparatus in Bengaluru, as the central and state intelligence agencies have warned of a possible atomic bombing of the country's major cities as a consequence of Kashmir issue.
Pakistan was shocked by the cancellation of its special status to Jammu and Kashmir and the bifurcation of former state into two Union Territories. Pakistan's attempt of appealing in UN against India's decision failed miserably. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that if an event of a war arises, the countries of the world should be responsible.
According to reports, central and state intelligence agencies have warned that bomb blasts could happen in major cities of India, including Bangalore. In order to strengthen security in key areas of the city, Bangalore City Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao has issued an emergency circular, announcing the 'High Alert'.