The international terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) in their newly released graphic showed India’s heritage monument Taj Mahal as their next possible target.

The graphic, which showed an image of Taj Mahal watermarked with an ISIS militant standing next to it was posted by the Ahwaal Ummat Media Center, according to reports.

Site Intelligence Group, known to track jihadi activities on the web has confirmed the report.

The symbolic poster was released after a week Indian forces carried out a 12-hour anti-terror operation in Uttar Pradesh where one accused Saifullah was killed and six others were arrested.

Saifullah, allegedly linked to ISIS, was involved in the Ujjain-Bhopal train blast on March 7 where at least 10 people were injured.