Ayodhya put on high alert after Intel warns of possible terror attack

Ayodhya, the land of Lord Ram, has been put on high alert after intelligence inputs secured by security agencies indicating at a possible terror attack in the holy city of Uttar Pradesh.

All incoming trains and buses are being searched and hotels, lodges and guests houses have been put under scanner. The security measures are also being taken in the wake of the verdict in June 5, 2005 Ayodhya terror attack case which is scheduled on June 18.

In June 2005, five militants had been gunned down and four Kashmiri militants were arrested in the case. It is also noteworthy that Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray is also scheduled to visit Ayodhya with his 18 MPs on June 16.