The security has been tightened along the International Border for the US President Barack Obama's visit to India for Republic Day. Intercepts in the last few days indicated that LeT (Lashkar-e- Toiba) is planning some big attack in the country and due to which the security has been putted up, according to PTI. During the Obama's India trip, the security of the US President will be looking after by the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Intelligence Bureau (IB) too. The security agencies would be putting up CCTV cameras along the route on which Obama will travel, from which at least 165 cameras will also be installed at Rajpath alone, according to the reports. Moreover at least 12 additional companies of the Border Security Forces (BSF) have been putted up along the International Border citing concerns which includes dense fog and infiltration attempts by the LeT militants from across the Indo-Pak border.