Terrorists planning a 911-style attack on Dalal Street as Sensex nears the 20,000 mark – Indian security ready to jump into action
Shalini Mathur
Oct. 15, 2007

The Mumbai stock exchange is vulnerable to terror attacks. As the benchmark Sensex approaches 20,000, it has become the symbol of Indian prestige just like the Twin Towers at World Trade Center was the America’s prestige.

Terrorists are targeting the financial centers of India. Pakistan backed ISI cells and LeT are active in Mumbai. NSE and BSE buildings are already getting hoax phone calls perhaps from terrorists that cannot tolerate Indian progress.

Indian security forces are eager to jump into action to stop a 911-style massacre in the heart of the Indian financial capital.

Police have beefed up the intelligence mechanism through signal and field intelligence. India has surveillance sleeping cells embedded within probable terror organization. These cells are active now to alert the authorities about possible attacks.



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