India News – Times of India: Men Planning to Cross Border for Weapons Training Held Near Red Fort
In a major security breach, a group of men were apprehended near the Red Fort in Delhi for allegedly planning to cross the border for weapons training. The men, who were identified as residents of Uttar Pradesh, were arrested by the Delhi Police on Sunday.
According to reports, the men were planning to cross the border to receive weapons training from a militant group in Pakistan. The police received a tip-off about the group’s activities and launched an investigation. After gathering evidence, the police arrested the men and seized several weapons from their possession.
The police have not revealed the identities of the men, but they are believed to be in their twenties. They are currently being interrogated by the police to ascertain the details of their plan.
The incident has raised serious security concerns in the country, especially in the wake of the recent terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir. The police have tightened security in the area and are on high alert.
The incident is a reminder of the need for increased vigilance and security measures to prevent such incidents from occurring in the future. The government must take steps to ensure that the borders are secure and that any attempts to cross them for illegal activities are thwarted.
The police have also urged the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the authorities. This incident is a stark reminder of the need for increased security measures to protect the country from any potential threats.