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Beware Indians: ISIS threat! Child suicide bombers may attack Modi on Jan 26

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New Delhi, Jan 25: Narendra Modi had impressed everyone across the world when he suddenly got down from his car and had gone to meet children during Independence Day celebration in 2015.

However, the Prime Minister of India now has been requested not to break away security cover to meet anyone out of the schedule on Jan 26, the Republic Day.

[Independence Day Special: Narendra Modi snubs security to meet school children]

Modi with children (File Photo)

According to media reports, terror group ISIS may use children as suicide bombers to attack Modi taking advantage of the latter's idea of meeting young kids.

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Child suicide squad, who reportedly have taking training from ISIS, might have entered India and may attend Republic Day celebrations in Delhi, dressed in school uniforms.

Reports also claimed that crucial alerts have been issued across the country and special cell has been asked to continue the search operation and keep a close watch on possible suspects.

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The suicide attackers, aged between 12-15, received special training from ISIS in the use of weapons and explosives. Recently, ISIS released a video in which teens were seen taking training to use machine guns and rocket launchers, which are mostly used to carry out deadly attacks.

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