Minutes after terror outfit ISIS’s media wing Amaq reportedly called the attacker of Saint-Charles train station in Marseille, France, a “soldier of the Islamic State”, the Railway Protection Force and the Delhi Police stepped up the vigil at railway stations in the national Capital significantly.
Stating that railway stations were an easy target because of the “open architecture” , a senior RPF officer said profiling of trespassers and deployment of undercover armed commandos were among the precautionary measures being undertaken.
Amaq had released its statement on the Marseille attack on social media, late on Sunday, after a man with a knife attacked and killed two women at a railway station before being killed by the military police. The statement, reportedly issued in Arabic, said the attacker “implemented the operation as an answer to the call of targeting coalition countries”. Read More…
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