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Delhi Police puts up ‘Wanted’ posters ahead of Republic Day


New Delhi: Keeping in view of the Republic Day celebrations and the presence of French President Francois Hollande who is the chief guest at the Republic Day parade, the Delhi police on Sunday put up posters of ‘wanted terrorists’ across the national capital.

Following the attack on the Pathankot Air Force Base, security has been beefed up in Delhi.

Earlier, the Delhi Police had sent out an advisory alerting about a white Alto taxi that was hired from Pathankot by three unknown people and whose driver was found dead on January 20 in Kangada.

Meanwhile, in a massive crackdown on terrorists and terror suspects, 14 ISIS sympathisers have been arrested for allegedly plotting to launch attacks during Republic Day celebrations.

Delhi will remain on high alert till the Republic Day as the Delhi Police has been told to be alert to foil any attempt by terrorists to carry out attacks.


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