New advisory on airports around the country amid Kashmir developments| Panchnama

08 Aug 2019 07:48 PM

New advisory on airports around the country amid Kashmir developments| Panchnama

Updated 08 Aug 2019 07:48 PM

Aviation security agency BCAS has asked all airports to step up security in the wake of the recent developments related to Jammu and Kashmir, saying that "civil aviation has emerged as a soft target for terrorist attacks".
The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) has issued an advisory on August 6 to the state governments, national and private airport operators, among others.
Vehicles entering airports would be subjected to intensive random security checks.
Against the backdrop of the recent developments pertaining to Jammu and Kashmir and additional inputs received, "civil aviation has emerged as a soft target for terrorist attacks", it said in the advisory.

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