‘Smaller airports more vulnerable to attacks’

Sources in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on Friday said the intelligence input about Indian Mujahideen (IM) cadre planning a plane hijack to secure the release of Yasin Bhatkal only referred to smaller airports in the country.

A CISF source said on condition of anonymity that the input received from military intelligence last month was passed on to all the stakeholders, including security agencies.

He added security was stepped up at bigger airports like Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport as well in order to ensure that all possible holes were plugged.

Full report here Hindu 


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