High alert has been issued in around 22 airports including Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru following the surgical strikes that were carried out by Indian Army last week. The attack killed atleast 38 terrorist.
The security arrangements have been made in airports of Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.
Pakistan has given warning of a terror strike to India.
"Security at vital airports has been increased. All major airports have been put on a high alert," CISF Director General OP Singh said.
The information was given to the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) following which the airports including Mumbai and Delhi were put on high alert.
Officials added, “Central Industrial Security Force chief had also reviewed airport security with his top officials posted at all the sensitive airports.”
"While a general review was done for all airports, some specific facilities were asked to be extra-vigilant," they added.
Counter-sabotage teams, bomb squads and commando teams have been asked to be extra-vigilant to thwart any possible terror strikes, sources said.