Bihar police denies intelligence alert about serial blasts

Patna: Bihar police today denied that there was a specific intelligence alert by central agencies about terror threat to BJP's ‘Hunkar Rally' here and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi who addressed it.“There was no
bihar police denies intelligence alert about...
PTI October 28, 2013 20:46 IST
Patna: Bihar police today denied that there was a specific intelligence alert by central agencies about terror threat to BJP's ‘Hunkar Rally' here and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi who addressed it.





“There was no specific intelligence input about terror threat to BJP's Hunkar Rally yesterday and Narendra Modi in particular during his Bihar visit,” Additional Director General of Police (ADG), Headquarters, Ravindra Kumar told reporters.

The media was briefed by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar yesterday about lack of intelligence inputs for the BJP rally and Modi in particular during his Bihar visit, he said, adding there has been no change in the state government's stand.

“It (intelligence input) deserves no further clarification,” Kumar said.

 
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