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Suicide animal bombers India’s latest nightmare

DNMUM381143 | 1/12/2017 | Author : Sumit Kumar Singh | WC :551 | India

DNA EXCLUSIVE

 New Delhi: Central intelligence agencies have warned anti-terror units in cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad that terrorist cells may use animals as ‘suicide bombers’ to execute terror operations during Republic Day celebrations.
The input highlighting a change in terror techniques suggests that pets, covered in warm clothing during winter seasons, could easily carry explosive vests underneath to blow up the targets. Sources further stated that pets like cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs can be used to carry out a terror strike.
Documents accessed by DNA also stated, “There are threats from surgically implanted explosives or explosive materials in human or any animals.” These animals can be used at places
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