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Wednesday, 18 September 2019 8.55 PM IST

Terrorist attack warning; Security beefed up in Kerala due to Onam rush

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: After reports emerged that there might be a terrorist attack in the southern part of India, Kerala police have beefed up the security in the state. It was DGP Loknath Behera who ordered the district police chiefs to increase the security as the state will be witnessing heavy crowds in many parts due to the Onam festival.

As per the order, the police have increased security checks at various bus stands, railway stations, airports and other crowded areas in the state. Considering the Onam rush, police will also tighten securities in various public places. The DGP has also requested people to inform about any suspicious activities or objects by dialing the number 112 or by calling the Control Room of the state police chief(0471 2722500).

It was Lt General SK Saini, General Officer Commander-in-Chief, Southern Command, who warned that there is a chance of a terrorist attack in South India as two abandoned ships were found in the Sir Creek area in Gujarat.

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TAGS: TERRORIST ATTACK WARNING, TERRORISM, KERALA, DGP LOKNATH BEHERA, ONAM, INDIAN ARMY, ALERT
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