The financial capital of India, Mumbai, is once again on high alert as intelligence agencies received information of the city being the next target of terrorists after the recent Delhi High Court blast.
The Maharashtra government has reportedly received a warning that terrorists may target the Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport with small planes or helicopters.
The intelligence officials have instructed the airport authorities to put those hiring small planes or helicopters through an extensive verification process.
The Intelligence Bureau told Rediff news that no terror group is planning to carry out an attack, but they could use the situation to create panic among people. Since, Tuesday marks the third anniversary of the 2008 Delhi serial blasts that killed more than 20 people, the airport security officials are on high alert.