Karachi, Apr.7 (ANI): Pakistani intelligence agencies have warned of possible terror strikes in Karachi's commercial hub, the Bohri Bazaar area, in the month of April.
According to sources, agencies have received intelligence inputs regarding possible terror attacks by the Taliban within a week.
Sources said intelligence agencies in their communiqué to the concerned authorities have also warned that militants fighting in the law less tribal region have already sent suicide bombers to wreak havoc in the country's financial capital.
A top Sindh government official, who refused to be named, confirmed receiving the intelligence warning, and said police officials have been asked to beef up security across the region.
"The inspector general of police and other concerned officials have been ordered to take precautionary measures. Terrorists could target any place at any time," The Daily Times quoted the government official, as saying. (ANI)