Officials of the prestigious Indian Military Academy (IMA) on Thursday met Uttarakhand police brass to review the security of the institution in the wake of threat perception.
IMA sources, however, described it as a routine meeting and said ever since intelligence reports have indicated that vital installations across the country, including IMA, are on target of terrorists, such meetings are being held regularly to review the security of the Academy.
The Academy produces officers for Indian Army and the Passing Out Parade of the winter batch is scheduled next month.
Against the backdrop of American terror suspect David Headley's several visits to India, the Centre yesterday warned five states, including Uttarakhand, against terrorist attacks particularly targeting military training academies.
The states alerted have been asked to coordinate with the army authorities as well as the administration of Indian Military Academy here and the National Defence Academy in Khadakwasla about security arrangements.