A letter issued “inadvertently” by Northern Railways quoting a month-old advisory about an intelligence input received by CRPF on al Qaeda’s plans to derail trains has sent senior railway officials in the capital into a tizzy.
The advisory issued in May had instructed the running staff to be alert against any sabotage, after an intelligence input from CRPF based on a year-old article on a website endorsed by the terror group spoke about ways to derail trains.
Railways today, however, clarified that that there was no need to panic as no new advisory been issued of any terror threat to Indian Railways. Read More
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