Rohingyas and Lashkar operatives moving around. Rohingyas to target Buddhist sites. Dont know why our stupid Congi govt does not round up Rohingyas and pack them off to Bangladesh/Myanmar for bringing their fight over to India - we've got over population and enough home grown terrorists as it is. Delhi on high alert as Batla anniversary today NEW DELHI: On the eve of the Batla House encounter anniversary, Delhi Police told all police stations to step up security in the wake of terror threats. Intelligence agencies have warned of possible bomb blasts by Indian Mujahideen and Lashkar-e-Toiba to avenge the arrest of Yasin Bhatkal and Asadullah Akhtar. Delhi Police and the Intelligence Bureau have been asked to keep a close watch on movements of Rohingya and Lashkar operatives as they might strike at Buddhist structures in the capital. A meeting between senior Delhi Police officers and the ministry of home affairs was also held in this connection. Indian Mujahideen, in 2010, carried out an attack near Jama Masjid on the anniversary of the encounter. Sources say that Tehsin alias Monu, Bhatkal's deputy is still at large and capable of making bombs. "It is possible that IM and Lashkar operatives may plan an attack on Thursday to show that the organization is still strong," said an officer. Intelligence agencies have informed the government that Lashkar-e-Toiba is using Rohingya Muslims to carry out activities in India. This claim was supported by LeT operative Abdul Karim Tunda who, during interrogation, said Rohingyas were being trained in Pakistan. He also named leaders of the Rohingya Solidarity Organization working in association with Lashkar bosses Hafiz Saeed, Zaki-Ur-Rehman-Lakhvi and Muzammil. In his interrogation report, accessed by TOI, Tunda said, "Rohingya Solidarity Organization or the Arakan Rohingya Islamic Front (ARIF) was constituted in Burma. Dr Yunus, the President (Amir) of this Tanzeem, came to Pakistan in 1994 and joined a conference organized by LeT". Delhi Police has been asked to keep a watch on the 200-300 Rohingya families living in and around Delhi.