Threat of terrorism in the capital of Pakistan. Universities are closed.

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After Pakistan’s strikes on armed organizations in Iran, the threat of terrorism has increased in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.

According to sources, a threat has been issued in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, and major educational institutions have been closed.

An official of the Secret Service has told a news agency that there was a threat of possible attacks by these organizations as a result of the action taken in the country against the banned organizations but after Pakistan’s missile attack on the bases of the banned organization Baloch Liberation Army and its like-minded parties in Iran, the possibility of an attack has increased, which cannot be ignored in any way.

After the strikes on Iran, the security agencies in Pakistan were on high alert and started arresting various people across the country.
Initially, it was reported that 5 people were arrested who were said to be from Iran.

Now the the authorities have issued a security alert in Islamabad. In view of possible terrorist threats, the closed educational institutions include Air University, National Defense University and Bahria University.

Islamabad Police officials say that security has been increased in Islamabad in the light of this threat and orders have been issued to all police stations to increase patrolling in their respective areas and sub-divisional police officers to supervise patrolling.

Elections are going to be held in Pakistan in the coming month of February. Before this, the security agencies had warned that different types of sabotage actions may be taken by terrorist organizations during the elections. However, TTP, the big terrorist organization operating in Pakistan, said that they will not target the common people, but their fight is with the security agencies.

Apart from issuing threats in Islamabad, agencies say that 17,000 polling stations for the upcoming elections in the country are highly sensitive.

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