Commander of Southern Army S K Saini said a terror alert was issued based on
intelligence received after abandoned boats were discovered in Katch, Gujarat.
"We have received inputs
that there may be a terrorist attack in the South India. Some abandoned boats
have been recovered from Sir Creek. We are taking precautionary measures to prevent
the designs of terrorists and inimical elements" Lt
Gen S K Saini told.
Few days back, the intelligence agencies gave an alert regarding a
possible terror attack by Pakistan-trained terrorists in Gujarat via sea route.
Indian Navy force are in high alert since this intelligence report. Gujarat
Chief Minister Vijay Rupani also gave a statement that all the necessary steps are
taken to eliminate any possible terror threat in Gujarat.
These warnings are issued as a consequence of Pakistan’s
desperation after the Modi government’s action of scrapping down the special
status to Jammu and Kashmir and on the backdrop of present tensions between
India and Pakistan over Kashmir. India's decision to abrogate Article 370 has made
Pakistan desperate to internationalize the Kashmir issue but failed in every