An alert was sounded in Delhi on Tuesday after intelligence agencies reportedly informed the Delhi Police about the presence of two suspected Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists in the national capital.
The Delhi Police also issued an advisory and asked the public to be on a look out. The advisory, according to NDTV, also bears a photograph of the two suspected terrorists posing next to a milestone, which reads 'Delhi 360 km, Ferozepur 9 km'.
The police has, in the advisory, requested people to call Paharganj police station on 011-23520787 or 011-2352474 if they spot these two.
Deputy commissioner of police (special cell) Pramod Kushwah was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times that all police stations have been alerted to step up patrolling in their respective areas.
The police, according to the report, is also checking guest houses, hotels and paying guest accommodations.
This comes just days after the attack on Nirankari Bhawan in Amritsar in which over three people were killed and 20 injured. The Punjab Police was on alert before the attack following the news that six to seven JeM terrorists were moving towards Delhi from the state.