Lahore, May 14 (ANI): Pakistan's intelligence agencies have warned the concerned security authorities that militants could use stolen vehicles belonging to army officials to carry out terror strikes.
According to an intelligence input, a Toyota Corolla owned by Lieutenant Colonel Qazi Habibur Rehman was stolen from Islamabad on April 30, while a motorbike belonging to Major Muhammad Abdul Hassan was also stolen from Rawalpindi earlier this month, and that these vehicles may be used by militants to target important locations.
The intelligence report has been sent to all regional police officers (RPOs), city police officers (CPOs), district police officers (DPOs) and the Lahore capital city police officer (CCPO), The Daily Times reports.
Following the report, the Punjab Home Department has directed all concerned agencies to beef up security in and around all important establishments and government buildings in the province.
Security officials have also been asked to maintain a tight vigil and scan all vehicles entering or leaving the province from each entry and exit point. (ANI)