ISLAMABAD - The Capital police have been put on high alert after the intelligence reports cautioned against large-scale bloodshed in the city during Muharram-ul-Haram. The reports revealed that the banned outfits including Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan might use ambulances and other vehicles much like those used by the police to hit their targets, sources informed The Nation. Sources said that the security measures would be further improved during the holy month of Muharram-ul-Harram following the intelligence reports indicating possible terror attempts by the aforementioned outfits to disturb peace in the city. It was decided in a meeting of top security officials on Wednesday, they added. Sources further informed that a counter intelligence network had been established to foil the dirty planning of the banned organisations. Shared intelligence network that comprises Crime Investigation Department, Federal Investigation Agency, Special Branch, Inter services Intelligence, military intelligence and other agencies have also been established for special monitoring of terrorists plans and activities during the month. According to the reports, the suicidal attacks might target highly crowded areas in the multiple cities of Pakistan. The terrorists also planned to target the buildings of countrys top officials in Islamabad, sources maintained. Sources further said that besides police, Rangers and Frontier Constabulary, Army would also be deployed to counter any untoward incident in the Federal Capital. At a high level meeting, it was decided that intelligence reports would be shard with the heads of all concerned security departments on daily basis. When The Nation contacted IGP Islamabad, Syed Kalim Imam, he said they had received intelligence report that Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LJ) and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) would use ambulances, vehicles much like those use by the police and police uniforms and vehicles with govt number plates for terrorist attacks in Islamabad during Muharram. The IGP requested the citizens to cooperate with the police officials when they would ask for identification. When questioned, the IGP said all the security officials on duty had been issued special security advisory.