Home Minister Amit Shah is once again on the target of terrorists. Amit Shah is going on a tour of Bihar on 25 February, but before his visit, strict security arrangements are being made in Patna and West Champaran.
The administration has issued a high alert regarding the home minister’s safety. The reason behind this is said to be that while issuing an alert, the Police Headquarters said that they are in danger from Indian Mujahideen, SIMI, Naxalites, Muslim fundamentalists. Keeping in mind the security arrangements, there is a possibility of change in Amit Shah’s visit.
Police Headquarters issued an alert that there is a threat from Indian Mujahideen, SIMI, Naxalites, Muslim fundamentalists. In view of this, it has been asked to make strong and faultless security arrangements from his helipad to the venue.
The Additional Director General of Police (Security) has also sent a letter to the DM, SSP and SP of both the districts, in which it has been asked to take necessary action and keep a view on the activities of the absconding terrorists in connection with the recovery of explosives in the Mahabodhi temple of Bodh Gaya.