New Delhi: Keeping in mind a possible terror attack after the killing of Osama bin Laden, India has increased vigilance on its border. Union Defence Minister AK Antony, who has already taken a stock of threat perception on coastal areas, reviewed the security situation on the border areas with three defence service chiefs here on Wednesday. 

According to official sources, the Defence Minister discussed the security situation in a meeting attended by the National Security Advisor and three service chiefs, in the wake of Osama killing in Pakistan.

Senior officials including Defence Secretary Pradeep Kumar were present in the meeting held in the office of the Defence Minister.


Notably, Antony had on Tuesday reviewed coastal security, as well as other measures adopted by maritime security agencies with Navy Chief Nirmal Verma, Indian Coast Guards chief Vice Admiral Anil Chopra. 

Meanwhile, Union Minister of State for defense MM Pallam Raju, who is on J&K visit, on Wednesday at Udhampur assessed the strategic preparation and security condition of Northern Command.

In the meeting attended by top brass including Northern Command Chief KT Patnaik, the minister took stock of the measures to check infiltration on the border.

Meanwhile, Intelligence Agencies have provided information regarding possible terrorist attack after the killing of Laden in US military action in Abbottabad in Pakistan. The agencies have intercepted several messages in which retaliation of Laden’s killing has been mentioned.

(JPN/Bureau)