'Lone wolf' terror attacks on foreign missions a possibility, warn intelligence agencies
New Delhi: The central agencies have expressed apprehension of educated radicalized youths from different parts of the country carrying out solo attacks on foreign missions in India.
The central intelligence agencies have asked police forces to take extra measures to protect embassies, consulates and nationals of western countries. The attacks can take place in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai.
Police have been asked to purposely brief the diplomats of US, Australia, Canada and European countries so that the security can be beefed in and around areas frequented by western nationals.
ISIS had recently called youths to carry out attacks on targets within their countries to spread terror in its name.