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Investigation on Jamnagar terror alert sounded a week ago had a very nasty turn last night.
Earlier this week, Indian Intelligence Bureau (IB) managed to grab the headlines after it published five suspects with photo and their approximate targets.
Initially what looked like solid intelligence information is slowly becoming a huge embarrassment for the RAW and Intelligence bureau.
Photos of the terrorist provided by security agencies were flashed across the country and like every case; Indian media hyped the case stating the arrival of the 'deadly' five across the border, of the targets identified, one was the Refineries near Jamnagar, triggering a security panic through out Gujarat and specially in Jamnagar.
Come Thursday, Pakistani newspapers like Dawn and The Express Tribune catch this ball, and hit it hard back to India. Newspapers claimed that two of the men being shown as terrorists were shopkeepers in Lahore, and one was a security guard. In fact when they saw their picture flashed in Indian channels, they turned up at local police stations in Pakistan for ‘protection’.
Now the pictures posted didn’t looked like pictures from passport or from any official documents, what looked more like a facebook profile picture.
Still, India’s former IB chief is not ruling out the suspicion yet, he says that raised doubts about the individuals were genuine and can not be ruled out.
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The Special Operations Group (SOG) has arrested a man with facility to forge documents in Ahmedabad. A copier shop on the Ashram Road ran a racket to forge the documents allegedly.
This operation was carried out by sending some constables to get a duplicate telephone bill and a fake election card, the owner named Jha, quickly took their photos and prepared election card and telephone bill, for just 140 rs.
Jha had created 200 such documents in recent past, and police is now tracing these individuals.
However this could be just one of the case, that has nothing to do with the terror threat.
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Strong winds with dust is reducing the mercury in Jamnagar.
Winds with 50KM speed is reducing temprature and humidity across the city, maximum temprature is reduced to 34 from 37, just a day earlier.
Moisture is still at 73%, it is to note that whole of Gujarat has very different weather including snowfall in certain places in North Gujarat.
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Intelligence Bureau and Jamnagar police are still tracking the terror alert, updates from the reliance refinery claims that the forces had scanned through the CCTV footage of the Reliance refinery and nearby area.
A widespread hunt is on to nab 5 or 6 terrorists from Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) to target Jamnagar Refinery and other installation near Jamnagar.
Special Operation Group (SOG) is investigating the CCTV footage since yesterday.
Jamnagar police had earlier released sketches of many suspects, and also found that they were using a license of a driver who visits refinery.
After advice of police Jamnagar's Reliance and Essar are doing a thorough checks on drivers and all entrants of the premises.
6 years ago a major raid in Moti-Khavdi's Guru Krupa Photo Studio, Police seized 400 fake licences and entry passes. The documents were to be used for Reliance, ESSAR and GSFC facilities. This areas is situated just outside Reliance refinery and GSFC facility. Two nabbed persons from that raid used to copy the identity cards of those who came to get passport sized photos, this documents were later forged to make entry passes for refineries.