The union government has issued an advisory to the Delhi Police to beef up security at the Israel Embassy in the national capital following Intelligence agencies warning of a possible terror attack on Israeli installations here.

Following the alert, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday held a meeting with top officials of the Intelligence Bureau (IB), the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and the Special Secretary to review the security scenario, according to sources.

The agencies alerted the government on possible terror attack on Israeli installations and Israeli nationals in the national capital. Following it, an advisory was issued to the Delhi Police to beef up the security of Israel Embassy.

The government also advised the police to beef up security of Afghan consulates in the country following the attack on the Afghan Parliament on Monday.

During the hour-long meeting, Singh also discussed the measures to keep infiltration under control in Jammu and Kashmir.

Officials also briefed Singh about the prevailing situation along the international border in Jammu, where Pakistan has repeatedly been violating ceasefire and attacking security posts and civilian areas.

The top security officials also briefed the minister about their assessment of the situation, including steps taken to keep graph of infiltration to minimum and tackle the militants, who were operating in the state, the sources added.

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