Border Security Force (BSF), meanwhile, beefed up patrolling in border areas, especially in Bikaner, Jodhpur, Barmer following the alert issued by the ATS. It has been reported that strict vigil is being maintained to thwart any attempt to push in terrorists into India.
It has been noticed that Jammu and Kashmir border to Pakistan has been the most active route for infiltration but Rajasthan has become another route as Indian armed forces foiled all their attempts so far.
BSF beefed up patrolling in border areas, especially in Bikaner, Jodhpur, Barmer
Recently, BSF officials were quoted as saying that it has spotted armed terrorists very close to the IB on at least three occasions. The BSF chief said the continued ceasefire violations are an attempt to help terrorists into India.
Meanwhile, security has been beefed up in the South Block which houses the office of the prime minister of India Narendra Modi after intelligence inputs alerted about a probable attack on lines of the 26/11 terror strike in Mumbai.
According to a report published in Bengali daily Anandabazaar Patrika, intelligence agencies had raised the alarm ahead of the Independence Day that the South Block is on the terrorists' radar and the security has subsequently been beefed up.
According to the report, the entire area behind the South Block would be surrounded with iron fence and high vigilance points would be set up in the area. Those people or vehicles advancing towards the South Block would be checked fully.