The ex-military personnel, who had worked as a recruiter, coordinator and guide of Jehadi elements in Assam, is suspected to have crossed over to India through the border in Pathankot on February 26.
The Delhi, Punjab and Assam police have been alerted about a former Pakistani soldier gaining entry into India through Punjab, with the intention of carrying out terror attacks in hotels and hospitals in the national capital during Holi.
In a communication, the central security agencies said Mohammad Khurshid Alam alias Jahangir, an ex-military personnel of Pakistan Army, who had worked as a recruiter, coordinator and guide of Jehadi elements in Assam, had crossed over to India from Pakistan through the Indo-Pak border in Pathankot on February 26 along with six hardcore terrorists.
"The intention of this group is to kill citizens in Delhi in hotels and hospitals on or before Holi," the communication said.
The agencies said Alam had visited a madrasa in Barpeta district in Assam in September 2015. The ex-Pakistan armyman had stayed in the madrasa for five days and thereafter left for Chirang district, bordering Bhutan.
Alam had used another madrasa in Dhubri district in Assam as his base and used to visit other parts of the state, it said.
In Dhubri, a teacher of the madrasa provided all required logistical support to Alam, the communication added.