The security system of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Airport is alert
Mumbai: Indians are gearing up to welcome the 75th Independence Day. An alert has been issued from Delhi to Jammu and Kashmir on August 15. Not only that, but intelligence agencies have also been told to be vigilant. Meanwhile, a shocking incident of petrol bottles being thrown by unknown persons towards the runway of Mumbai Airport has come to light. This has alerted the security system. The incident took place around 9 pm on Wednesday. After this, a team of bomb detection and destruction squads has inspected the entire area and increased the security.
The Central Industrial Security Force is responsible for the security of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Airport. Officers found some suspicious objects thrown near the runway Wednesday night. It has been revealed that there are bottles of petrol from unknown persons. As it became clear that some objects had been thrown from the protective wall near the Gavdevi slum, CISF personnel immediately called in a bomb squad.
The team noticed that some bottles of petrol were thrown here and they immediately deactivated them. The incident did not affect airport operations or flights, sources said. The CISF has called the local police and they have cordoned off the protective wall area and slum area but the suspects are yet to be traced. After Delhi, Mumbai is the busiest airport in the country and its security is the responsibility of the Central Industrial Security Force.
Jaish and Lashkar are expected to launch a terrorist attack. Therefore, the security forces have asked the Delhi Police, GRP and local police to remain vigilant. Important security establishments are on the radar of terrorists. Forward posts of security forces and jawans are targeted by terrorists. The alert said there was a Pakistan-based terrorist organization that had sent weapons and IEDs to India. A special warning has been issued to all security forces.