Maharashtra had received inputs but none was specific: Bhujbal

February 13, 2010 10:07 pm | Updated November 17, 2021 10:48 am IST - Mumbai

In the wake of a suspected terror attack in Pune, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Chagan Bhujbal on Saturday night said the State had received “a lot of inputs” from intelligence agencies but none of them was specific.

“We are receiving a lot of inputs from intelligence agencies. But it does not say where it will happen, when it will happen or who will do it. We don’t have such details,” he said.

He was responding to a question whether the state had received prior reports about possibility of terror strike in the State.

Condemning the terror strike, he said the police was doing its best to secure people.

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