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Rajasthan: Railway stations received bomb threat, alert issued

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20th October, 2019 13:00 IST

Jaipur: In view of the festive season in the country, the terrorists are trying to execute their nefarious intentions. In this effort, they have threatened to bomb major railway stations of the country. Railway stations like Ajmer railway station, Dargah and Pushkar are also included in this threat. State and Railway Police and Railway Protection Force have been deployed at these places. The Government Railway Police and the Railway Protection Force are jointly conducting an intensive search of passengers and their luggage in the trains coming and going to the station.

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In addition, all coaches of trains are closely examined. Appeal to inform the GRP and RPF police immediately about the unclaimed items found in the trains and railway station is being appealed to the passengers and the railway personnel working at the station. GRP police in-charge Sushila Vishnoi said that police personnel holding metal detectors in the trains are busy checking the luggage of the passengers, besides the team of Dog Squad is also involved in checking the luggage of the passengers.

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Vishnoi said that the RPF and GRP police personnel have been deployed on the rumble at the railway station, as well as directed them to look into a suspect at the station and bring them to the police station and search for his name and address. , Where he is telling himself to live, verify it, only then he should be released or arrested.

If any suspicious item is found with him, then the proceedings should be implemented accordingly. The district administration has also increased surveillance at Ajmer Khwaja Saheb's dargah and Tirtharaj Pushkar. A large number of police forces have also been deployed here, as well as intensive investigation and search operations are being carried out.

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