After Kabul attack,Security agencies apprehend terror threat in India

New Delhi: A day after twin blasts in Kabul airport by the Islamic State of Khorasan Province (ISKP), the security agencies have been put on high alert, apprehending terror threats over India.

“Though our security forces on high alert and have raised extra-vigil on the western and northern borders with Pakistan, the Kabul blasts on Thursday have raised a security concern for us”, a senior official in the security set up said, adding that additional steps has be taken in view of the Taliban and now the ISKP.

Prof Sanjeev Srivastava also opined that with the entry of ISKP in Afghanistan was an alarm bell for Indian agencies which needed to revisit the strategies in view of changed scenario.