Threat issued for Rawalpindi Islamabad in observation of terror
After series of terrorism incidents in Lahore and Sehwan, the intelligence agencies of Pakistan have issued a security alert over the threats of terrorism to the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
The National Counter Terrorism Authority has issued a notification to the Secretary Punjab Home department.
The notification was issued after the observation of possible terror attack in twin cities.
Document stated that unknown terrorists have planned to attack Islamabad and Rawalpindi and for this purpose they have prepared a suicide bomber named as Osama, son of Ali Muhammad.
Letter also stated that Ghazali, who is the resident of Quetta, is also one of the planners in suicide attack.
Islamabad police is directed to high alert security particularly in red zone along with strict vigilance in educational institutes, hospitals and shrines.
Shrine of Bari Imam has been closed for public visit in order to avoid any bloody incident, while security has been increased at Golra Sharif.
After targeting Karachi, Lahore and Quetta, terrorists are in a move to target the soft corners of the capital.