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Union Home Minister P Chidambaram promises NSG to Hyderabad
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Union Home Minister P Chidambaram promises NSG to Hyderabad

Project to take a few years to materialize and make its impact


The State capital will have a full fledged National Security Guard (NSG) Regional Centre next only to the elite force's headquarters at Manesar in Gurgaon said the Home Minister, P Chidambaram on Wednesday. The regional centre is a major project and will take a few years to materialize and said that the proposed centre would come up at Ibrahimpatnam and would have 5,150 commandos. He said that the land for the project had already been identified.

Speaking to media persons after inaugurating the NSG hub at Tirumalgherry in the presence of the Chief Minister and the Director General of NSG, NPS Aulakh. He elaborating on the recent terror alert along with the western sea coast, Chidambaram pointed out that the intelligence inputs about the possible terror attacks did not necessarily mean such attack were imminent.

The Union Home Minister said that Hyderabad indeed come on the terror rader recently and a public alert was also issued. He replied that the intelligence inputs do not mean that there will be an imminent attack. Hyderabad was put on high alert a few weeks ago after the IB inputs had warned that three member a Lashkasr-e-Toiba (LeT) team could sneak into the city.

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