Delhi, Mumbai and Goa are asked to to set up security by the centre. The intelligence sources said that the four heavily-armed terrorists have entered India through Kashmir and might target these three states.
The intelligence sources said that the information was had during the interrogation of terror suspects in Delhi.
The ministry of home affairs has circulated intelligence inputs to all the states. When the Goa police received an intelligence input that a vehicle with four terrorists is suspected to have entered India and that it if traced in the state should be detained.
T N Mohan the outgoing director general of police said that Goa was on the terror hit list, and there was a need to strengthen Goa’s anti-terrorist squad. Earlier in the day , chief secretary R K Srivastava held a meeting to review coastal security.
Sunil Garg the Inspector general of police, said that they had not received any specific alert for Goa.