Sri Lanka Navy puts its vessels on alert after reports of IS terrorists – Sri Lankan navy on Sunday said that the coastal defense ships and personnel have been alerted after intelligence reports that they were about to leave for India’s Lakshadweep, riding on boats of 15 local militants of Islamic State (IS). A top official of the Kerala Police told on Saturday that after the intelligence report of allegedly being sent to Sri Lanka to Lakshadweep, the police chiefs of the coastal police stations and coastal districts of the state, riding on boats of alleged 15 terrorists of ISIS Has been alerted.
Sri Lanka Navy puts its vessels on alert after reports of IS terrorists setting off to India
Sri Lankan Navy spokesman Isuru Suriya Bandara said, “Through the news in the local and Indian media, the Navy has come to know that 15 members of the local IS have moved towards the Lakshadweep of India through the sea.” Coastal defense ships and personnel have alerted. ”
The spokesperson also said that the Navy had not received any official information regarding this. Suriya Bandendra said, “Members of the local jihadi group are likely to move towards India. Although the navy was not officially informed. ”
Significantly, in Sri Lanka, on April 21, about 260 people were killed in the horrific terrorist attack with eight serial blasts. More than 40 foreigners were involved in the dead. 500 others were injured in the attack. IS took responsibility for the blasts but the Sri Lankan government had said that it was attacked by a local jihadist group, National Towheed Jamaat (NTJ).
Before the Terror Attack, India gave accurate input to the defense officers about the attack in Sri Lanka. This input included the names of people who were plotting the attack, their way of work, and the movement of terrorists and the names of the place. Let Sri Lankan be the security partner of Pakistan in South Asia. This island country is also purchasing large amounts of arms and ammunition from Islamabad since 1999. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.