Two suicide bombers may sneak into Rawalpindi : Pak intelligenceApril 26th, 2009 - 2:45 pm ICT by ANI
Rawalpindi, Apr.26 (ANI): Security has been beefed-up here following intelligence reports about two suicide bombers trying to enter the city.
According to a senior police official, two out of six suicide bombers could enter Rawalpindi, and the remaining four could trigger suicide blasts in Karachi.
“The intelligence agencies intercepted and decoded phone calls and messages of terrorists and learnt that around six would-be-suicide bombers have left for their targets in Rawalpindi and Karachi,” The Daily Times quoted the official, as saying.
The official further informed that all the police stations of the district have been asked to maintain a tight vigil in their respected areas and also to launch search operations to nab the would-be attackers.
“The bomb disposal squad and sniffer dogs have also been put on high alert. Additional police pickets have been set up on all entry and exit points and officials have been directed to thoroughly check suspicious vehicles, particularly coming from the NWFP,” he added. (ANI)
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