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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Supratik » 20 Jul 2013 21:23

What is the point of these revelations if the man is still alive. Next, they will reveal which brand of underwear he uses. He should have been given the treatment that the CIA/Mossad gives to anti-state actors i.e. targeted assassination.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Rampy » 20 Jul 2013 22:25

Supratik wrote:What is the point of these revelations if the man is still alive. Next, they will reveal which brand of underwear he uses. He should have been given the treatment that the CIA/Mossad gives to anti-state actors i.e. targeted assassination.

Figure who is the minister to whom Dagwood is close? This is to fix Pawar I guess to not mess maha election

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem Kumar » 20 Jul 2013 23:04

SSridhar wrote:Senior BJP leader hacked to death in Salem - ToI
BJP & Hindu Munnani leaders have been under attack for a long time in Tamil Nadu. Within the last one year, the attacks have increased manifold.


The effort seems to be to prevent an activist Hindu identity from getting established. Similar to the British cracking down on the "extremists" and placating the "moderates", which led to the dhimmitude of our nation. The selective targeting of Hindu leaders as opposed to mob killings (which would have led to riots) indicates a very sophisticated level of planning. The lack of arrests indicates connivance of successive governments of TamilNadu.

Given the relative lower % of Muslim population in Tamil Nadu, this phenomenon clearly indicates that the Islamists are punching way above their weight. One can only imagine what it is like in UP, WB and Bihar, with much higher Muslim population percentages. A Hindu in an area with 20% Muslim population would try to stay under the radar, as far as public support of religion is concerned.

The message to Hindus seem to be "Keep your religion behind your doors. We, the Islamists, will rule the streets".

The Hindus, as always, are punching way below their weight.

Nothing short of Hindu militias and fighting fire-with-fire will help protect us from the onslaught. The State has failed us. Every Hindu must become a Kshatriya.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vishvak » 20 Jul 2013 23:22

There is also this issue of society dealing with the best of men watching the border. Much more efforts should be put in to develop mechanisms to surmount internal violence too. Peace has its own effect and therefore such should be expected when it is established.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby svinayak » 21 Jul 2013 00:06

Prem Kumar wrote:

The effort seems to be to prevent an activist Hindu identity from getting established. The selective targeting of Hindu leaders as opposed to mob killings (which would have led to riots) indicates a very sophisticated level of planning. The lack of arrests indicates connivance of successive governments of TamilNadu.

The message to Hindus seem to be "Keep your religion behind your doors. We, the Islamists, will rule the streets".

The Hindus, as always, are punching way below their weight.

Nothing short of Hindu militias and fighting fire-with-fire will help protect us from the onslaught. The State has failed us. Every Hindu must become a Kshatriya.

Dravidian politics in TN over 40 years has created a vacuum in society. Now there is a transition and the Islamists are afraid that things will change. The Hindu identity was suppressed by the Dravid false debate and 40 years of false and diversion debate . Now Hindu identity will reassert back to the historical order. They are worried over it and also other groups could also be supporting it. BJP in KN has changed the situation in south India and it has brought in more focus to the

There is another subtle battle between the EJ and the Islamists. All of these competition have to be removed from the social and political scene

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Arjun » 21 Jul 2013 15:14

2002 Gujarat riots led to formation of IM: Shakeel Ahmed

Congress morons seem to be justifying a terrorist organization !! Unbelievable the depths to which this party has sunk.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 21 Jul 2013 15:42

CBI @#$% at the top.

Next, CBI stops working saying that nobody is helping us.

Stung IB stops sending terror inputs to MHA

According to officials, IB has been sending only routine inputs over the last month.
ABHINANDAN MISHRA New Delhi | 20th Jul 2013


he Intelligence Bureau (IB), stung by the hounding of one its senior-most officers Rajendra Kumar, by the Central Bureau of Investigation in the Ishrat Jahan case, has stopped relaying inputs related to terror activities to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).

According to MHA officers, the IB is sending "routine inputs" for the last one month and has stopped processing information related to terror modules and their activities.

"Whatever information has come, has been from the Multi Agency Centre (MAC). The IB, which is the most important body for keeping a tab on terrorist activities in the country, has not sent any inputs. Even the input of a possible attack on the Maha Bodhi temple in Bodh Gaya came from the MAC," an MHA officer stated. The MAC is responsible for coordinating intelligence inputs from various agencies, which are then sent to state governments and other organisations.

Commenting on the development, IB officers said that the Rajendra Kumar incident was affecting their working. "Some of the senior officers who are about to retire are shaken by the recent incidents. And because of this, no one is willing to act on any inputs that might become a political issue some years later. They are being cautious and prudent for which they cannot be blamed by the home ministry," an IB officer said.

IB is required to send a daily compilation of incidents affecting the internal security of the country to the home ministry. Apart from that it also sends information related to terror activities in the country with specific warnings.

Commenting on Minister of State for Home R.P.N Singh's recent statement that every thing was normal between the CBI and the IB, the officer said the Singh was either oblivious to what was happening in his ministry or was just ignoring the issue. "Things are not normal, which is affecting the coordination between the agencies. We can understand politicians misusing one agency or the other for its own gain, but what some CBI officers have been doing in this case was not expected. It has become more of a witch-hunt, in which the likes of the CBI director are on a mission to discredit the IB."

He also questioned R.P.N. Singh's comment that Ishrat's antecedents were not relevant. "Osama Bin Laden was killed by the security forces inside his house when he was with his family. Since he was a proclaimed terrorist, so everyone including our government, did not object to his killing. So, it's bogus to say that antecedents do not matter," the officer commented.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 21 Jul 2013 15:43

Arjun wrote:2002 Gujarat riots led to formation of IM: Shakeel Ahmed

Congress morons seem to be justifying a terrorist organization !! Unbelievable the depths to which this party has sunk.


No other way for the diehard momins to explain the peaceful rise of the IM

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kish » 21 Jul 2013 19:24

SSridhar wrote:Senior BJP leader hacked to death in Salem - ToI
BJP state president Pon Radhakrishnan said Hindu leaders are being targeted and the government is not taking these murders seriously. The men produced in court by police in these cases are not the real assailants, Radhakrishnan said.

A serious of attacks on leaders with clear Hindutva leaning has been reported in recent times in the state.

Hindu Munnani and other Hindutva groups had even called a strike to protest the attacks, claiming that their leaders were under threat.

This is the first high-profile murder of a Hindutva leader since the killing of Hindu Munnani state president Rajagopalan in 1994. Ramesh, twice the general secretary of BJP in Tamil Nadu, has the reputation to be a Hindutva hardliner. He was a trustee of Chennai Port Trust when NDA held office at the Centre. His brother, Seshadri, is the ABVP national secretary. Ramesh was appointed official party spokesperson for the state earlier this week. His car was torched a couple of years ago, but he had escaped the attack.

BJP & Hindu Munnani leaders have been under attack for a long time in Tamil Nadu. Within the last one year, the attacks have increased manifold.


update, suspects are from peaceful community onlee.

Cops suspect involvement of three absconders of Coimbatore blasts

Police investigating the murder of BJP Tamil Nadu unit General Secretary V Ramesh suspect the involvement of three absconding accused in the 1998 Coimbatore serial blasts.

Fakruddin alias 'police' Fakruddin and Bilal Malik from Madurai along with Panna Ismail from Melapalayam in Tirunelveli district are suspected to be involved in the murder of Mr Ramesh, Salem Superintendent of Police R Shaktivel said.


Some m0r0ns say "2002 Gujarat riots led to formation of IM: Shakeel Ahmed". But, below mentioned incident did not lead to formation of any Hindu terror outfit in Tamil Nadu.

The Coimbatore serial blasts before an election meeting to be addressed by senior BJP leader LK Advani had left 58 people dead and over 200 others injured.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Muppalla » 21 Jul 2013 19:53

Arjun wrote:2002 Gujarat riots led to formation of IM: Shakeel Ahmed

Congress morons seem to be justifying a terrorist organization !! Unbelievable the depths to which this party has sunk.


This is another confirmation of my earlier post in Hyd blast thread. SIMI=IM=INC muslim cadre

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby abhik » 22 Jul 2013 17:55

Are these "Coimbatore serial blasts accused" another bogeyman just like the Bhatkal brothers etc who are blamed for all IM blasts within a couple of days of the incident?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vishvak » 22 Jul 2013 19:12

chetak wrote:
Arjun wrote:2002 Gujarat riots led to formation of IM: Shakeel Ahmed

Congress morons seem to be justifying a terrorist organization !! Unbelievable the depths to which this party has sunk.


No other way for the diehard momins to explain the peaceful rise of the IM

Justifying terror without any reason must be part of being secular just as must be to accuse others of being 'maut ka sadagar' by its own standard. Being selective about terrorism by justifying selectively, accusing selectively is all part of this now.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_19686 » 23 Jul 2013 18:58



Video of the Shab-e-Barat antics, watch how the cops stand around & do nothing.
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 23 Jul 2013 20:26

Thats like the "bash" mobs inflicting California.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Supratik » 23 Jul 2013 22:36

They are probably under instructions not to do anything.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Shanmukh » 24 Jul 2013 22:07

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 288951.cms

Poem by ex-Guantanamo detainee is in the syllabus in Calicut university. Apparently, Jihadi whinings (first published by Anarchy - sorry, Amnesty) qualify as literature as regarded by the ayatollahs of Calicut university.

The problem seems not so much the content of the poem, as the background of the author. Will this act of compassion by our syllabus ayatollahs assuage the deep hurt of a certain community?

By the way, the poem itself can be seen here. It is not as `liberal' as the article claims it to be. Failed Jihadist whining is the best summary for it.

http://www.andyworthington.co.uk/2007/1 ... l-rubaish/

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby harbans » 25 Jul 2013 15:31

Shahzad convicted in Batla case of killing cop. Encounter genuine. Digvijay should be FIR'ed for abettment of terrorism.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ManuT » 25 Jul 2013 17:15

Batla House verdict: court agrees with Delhi Police, says encounter was genuine

Published On: July 25, 2013 | Duration: 8 min, 16 sec

http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/news/b ... od-related

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_20317 » 25 Jul 2013 18:01

harbans wrote:Shahzad convicted in Batla case of killing cop. Encounter genuine. Digvijay should be FIR'ed for abettment of terrorism.



Can a Treason ka case be slapped on him? Or is he covered by some Parliamentary Privilege? At least there should have been some provision where the next of kin could take him to task for emotional harassment.

Or we can just wait for our chance.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 25 Jul 2013 23:41

So was poor Sonia Gandhi crying for wrong reasons?

Based on Salman Khurshi* reporting that she cried for the Batala House terrorshits.

Meanwhile TOI gives other impacts of the Batala House raid. Wonder why they didnt release this info earlier!

Ind Muj chief Bombmaker's death in teh raid reduced their attacks


NEW DELHI: The Batla House encounter may have generated a lot of heat due to controversy about the manner of the operation, but it dealt a severe blow to the Indian Mujahideen's core striking force. It saw elimination of the group's chief bomb-maker, Atif Amin, which led to a lull of around 17 months in the outfit's terror run after September, 2008.

Vital intelligence inputs that led the Delhi Police to Batla House were used in subsequent raids to arrest of 40 IM's operatives from across the country.

Most of those arrested post-Batla House encounter was part of the IM's Azamgarh module that had carried out terror attacks in Lucknow, Faizabad, Varanasi, Jaipur, Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Delhi during 2007-08
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Though the terror outfit re-grouped itself again and marked its presence by carrying out blasts in Pune's German Bakery in February, 2010, the fresh attack did not match the consistent intensity it had shown in pre-Batla encounter blasts.

Amin's role as the chief bomb-maker was taken over by Yasin Bhatkal during the IM's resurgence phase which saw emergence of the Maharashtra-Karnataka module under the direct command of the outfit's top leaders like the Bhatkal brothers - Riyaz and Iqbal - and Amir Reza Khan
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This module had its striking force which was recruited from Darbhanga in Bihar. All major attacks during 2010-13 were carried out by the module with Yasin Bhatkal being at forefront in carrying out almost all the blasts in Bangalore (April, 2010), Delhi (September, 2010), Mumbai (July, 2011), Pune (August, 2012) and Hyderabad (February, 2013).

Although the police of different states had arrested several members of the Darbhanga module and busted the IM's sleeper cells in Pune, Nanded, Hyderabad and Delhi, the outfit continues to be a force to reckon with. While its top leaders, including Bhatkal brothers and Abdul Subham Qureshi, are suspected to be in Pakistan, the rest of the members of the Azamgarh module like Ariz Khan who fled from the spot during the Batla House encounter on September 19, 2008, are holed up in Nepal. Mohammed Khalid, Bada Sajid, Shahnawaz and Abu Rashid are other members of the Azamgarh module who are still at large along with 10 other IM operatives.

Existence of the terror outfit came to notice for the first time when it sent e-mail to media houses before serial blasts in Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow, Faizabad and Varanasi) on November 23, 2007, but the Azamgarh module had carried out its maiden terror attack at Dasaswamedh Ghat on February 23, 2005.

The Delhi Police, which had been at forefront in cracking the Darbhanga module, in its dossier on the outfit had categorically pointed out that though the arrests dealt a sever blow to the IM, the terror outfit has the capacity to re-group after every clampdown.

The dossier - brought out after last year's Pune blasts — discloses that the IM, which was set up by the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI to project to the world that Islamic terrorism in India is indigenous in character and content, has "substantial corpus of money" having funding sources based in Kuwait, Riyadh and different cities of Pakistan.

It says the outfit's supply lines of explosives, detonators and micro chips are intact and it can attack anywhere in the country with as much ease now as it did during its peak in 2007-08.

Calling the IM a "start to finish jehad factory", the dossier highlights that the "innocuous religious platforms" in different cities, including Pune and Mangalore, are among various institutions which are the happy hunting ground for its fresh recruits. It specifically noted how the outfit had recruited its prized terror cadre Mansoor Ali Mohammed Peerbhoy - a techie who used to head the media unit of the terror group before he was arrested in 2008 — while he was studying Arabic at the Quran Foundation in Pune.


Somebody should send this report to Doggy Singh. If the IM was created by ISI why does he bat for its members? Is he also in the loop?

Or is it really an INC operation that is taken over by ISI!* And hence the compulsion on Doggy Singh to defend the terrorists.

*Shades of LTTE and Bhindranwla.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shyamd » 26 Jul 2013 01:54

^^ Isn't the answer obvious? He wants the muslamic communities votes. Lets not mince around - a businessmans aim is to make money, a politicians aim is to stay in power. That means by any means necessary. Look at the UPA and which communities form core support of UPA and allies that keeps them in power.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Virupaksha » 26 Jul 2013 03:35

shyamd wrote:^^ Isn't the answer obvious? He wants the muslamic communities votes. Lets not mince around - a businessmans aim is to make money, a politicians aim is to stay in power. That means by any means necessary. Look at the UPA and which communities form core support of UPA and allies that keeps them in power.

never mind if you sell India for it.

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Postby Anindya » 26 Jul 2013 04:30

Remember the following:
the first thing that the Chief Minister Siddarmaiah did was to announce that a Christian Home Minister is being appointed to instill ‘confidence’ in minorities...


well - from LInk

Then came an attack on an animal activist, Joshine Antony, on July 4 at around 9:30 pm because she was protecting cattle from being slaughtered right in Bengaluru city. According to her statement, a mob of 500-plus Muslims attacked her when she saw a large number of cows and other cattle being transported for illegal slaughter near Annasandra Palya (some call it Islampura now) in Bengaluru city....

According to Joshine, a group of 500 Muslims assembled near the area and started shouting slogans very aggressively. Despite her pleas for more police force, she was told by the officer in charge, “We can manage.” Within five minutes, the mob charged Joshine and her friends, hitting them with helmets, lathis, stones, and pieces of glass. Initially, her friends protected her and took her to the place where the police vehicle was parked. A few stones had hit her by then. In fact, the mob tried to pull her out of the police vehicle and tore at her clothes. She said all this happened in the presence of the police and they did not take any action against the culprits but remained silent spectators.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Kakkaji » 26 Jul 2013 06:10

Anindya wrote:Remember the following:
the first thing that the Chief Minister Siddarmaiah did was to announce that a Christian Home Minister is being appointed to instill ‘confidence’ in minorities...


well - from LInk

Then came an attack on an animal activist, Joshine Antony, on July 4 at around 9:30 pm because she was protecting cattle from being slaughtered right in Bengaluru city. According to her statement, a mob of 500-plus Muslims attacked her when she saw a large number of cows and other cattle being transported for illegal slaughter near Annasandra Palya (some call it Islampura now) in Bengaluru city....

According to Joshine, a group of 500 Muslims assembled near the area and started shouting slogans very aggressively. Despite her pleas for more police force, she was told by the officer in charge, “We can manage.” Within five minutes, the mob charged Joshine and her friends, hitting them with helmets, lathis, stones, and pieces of glass. Initially, her friends protected her and took her to the place where the police vehicle was parked. A few stones had hit her by then. In fact, the mob tried to pull her out of the police vehicle and tore at her clothes. She said all this happened in the presence of the police and they did not take any action against the culprits but remained silent spectators.


So what does Shaardula saheb have to say now?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby krisna » 26 Jul 2013 07:25

diggy raja refuses to apologise for the batla encounter, still says it is fake.

shame on congi apologists and supporters for this double speak.
govt says it is genuine but mentor of future potential pm says it is fake and does all to create confusion and sow seeds of communal disharmony.

all for muslim votes and power.

with congis in power no need for nation's enemies.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby devesh » 26 Jul 2013 07:32

Kakkaji wrote:So what does Shaardula saheb have to say now?



at least we have the police, don't we? even if they don't do anything and remain mute spectators. it's still better then not having any at all. can you imagine if Hindutva came to power? if secularism didn't exist? the anachronistic fools would install rakshak-bhats wearing weird 15th century garments and give them a spear to run around the markets in their costumes. at least now we have boot-khakhi wearing gentlemen who have guns. even if they don't do anything. it at least looks better. doesn't it? doesn't it? come on, you can say it. you can agree that it looks good. come on....yes....yes....yes... that's it. you got it. it feels good to come over to the light side doesn't it?! doesn't it? doesn't it?


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Postby Prem » 26 Jul 2013 21:29

Hindus,Sikhs and other dharmics are the absentee owner of present day Bharat. Its but natural for thugs and chors to occupy and do Kabja on the land. Jo baat Dande mey Hai, Woh logic me Nahi.
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shyamd » 27 Jul 2013 07:09

Virupaksha wrote:never mind if you sell India for it.

Do you think that other parties might be different? Do you think it's any different in other countries around the world? :)

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kittoo » 27 Jul 2013 13:17

http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/t ... 25592.html

Two killed in communal clashes in Meerut

Lucknow, July 27: Two people, including a woman, were killed and over a dozen injured in clashes between two communities in a village in Uttar Pradesh, police said Saturday.
The clashes erupted in Nagla Mal village in Meerut district late Friday after a community objected to the playing of hymns at a temple, switched off the loudspeaker and beat up some men.

Police resorted to a baton charge to control the mob. A police officer has been suspended and a hunt is on to nab the rioters.

Inspector General of Police (Law and Order) R.K. Vishwakarma told IANS that one person was killed in the skirmish and the other died of a cardiac arrest.

District Magistrate Navdeep Rinwa said the National Security Act would be slapped on people who started the clashes. Police and paramilitary forces have been deployed in large numbers to prevent any further clashes.


The sheer hypocrisy of RoP followers boggles my mind. They echo their Azaan 5 times a day from loudspeakers. almost everywhere, but Hindus can't have their bhajans on speakers?
What are these guys afraid of? Is their faith so weak? If anyone has been in Mumbai locals a few times, they would note that there are people who sing bhajans in groups there. I have seen Muslims start reciting their prayers (albeit in a whispering voice) as soon as Bhajans start. What are they afraid of? Surely they cant be afraid of bhajans converting them. They must be hating the bhajans so much, feeling that it as much as going in their ears makes them dirty or something.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Hari Seldon » 27 Jul 2013 14:37

The RoP behaves with us kuffar like they expect to be behaved with, perhaps.

And when that starts to happen (case study: Burma) phat leti hai unki. Betrays a baki mindset truly... where tolerance == weakness only.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/t ... 25592.html

Two killed in communal clashes in Meerut


Some more info about incident from Hindi daily.
Mundali: Nanglaml communal violence in receiving news of the death of a young man belonging to Hindu organizations and BJP MLA Amit Agarwal, MP Rajendra Agarwal, Sardhana MLA Music Mon, Ashwani Tyagi, the VHP leader Kuldeep Tomar, juggernaut, etc. arrived and demanded strict action against the accused police administration.
The arrest of the 24-hour ultimatum
BJP leaders who arrived here after the incident the police officers panchayat with villagers in 24-hour ultimatum to arrest the accused, the victims' family members, demanding fair compensation. BJP members find the accused security law, the thirteenth of the deceased to the mosque and demanded to stop Mike.

Dainik Jagran


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 28 Jul 2013 09:29

Huge haul of gelatine seized in Tirunelveli - The Hindu
A special police team of the Crime Branch-CID on Saturday seized a huge quantity of gelatine sticks and detonators from a house at Melapalayam near Tirunelveli.

The team broke into a locked house in Bangarappa Street in Melapalayam and found the stock of explosives, police sources said. Four persons suspected to owe allegiance to the banned Al-Umma were detained.


This case is different from the normal cases of seizure of geletine sticks held in stock illegally by quarry operators and explosives distributors. I suspect that this is a fall-out of the investigation following a spate of killings of BJP and Hindu outfits in TN.

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Postby Sachin » 28 Jul 2013 21:19

Nearly a year back there was a controversy in Kasaragod dt. (Northern Kerala). The usual gang of SDPI/PDP/NDF organised a rally. This became a controversy because some of them used the camouflage pattern of the Indian Army. K.P had registered a case, but the latest information is that the case has gone now where and Muslim elders from the areas involved had a discussion with the district administration and promised such events would not happen again.
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kish » 28 Jul 2013 21:27

SSridhar wrote:Huge haul of gelatine seized in Tirunelveli - The Hindu
A special police team of the Crime Branch-CID on Saturday seized a huge quantity of gelatine sticks and detonators from a house at Melapalayam near Tirunelveli.

The team broke into a locked house in Bangarappa Street in Melapalayam and found the stock of explosives, police sources said. Four persons suspected to owe allegiance to the banned Al-Umma were detained.


This case is different from the normal cases of seizure of geletine sticks held in stock illegally by quarry operators and explosives distributors. I suspect that this is a fall-out of the investigation following a spate of killings of BJP and Hindu outfits in TN.


Sridhar sir, Your prediction is right. It is indeed follow-up investigation of BJP & Hindu munnai cadres murder. Chindu will hide the identity of the minority and publish it, if its from majority community. Here is another link giving the identity of terrorists.

Five persons arrested with explosives in Tirunelveli


A large cache of explosive materials was seized and five persons were arrested on Sunday in Tirunelveli by the Special Investigation Division of Tamil Nadu CB-CID police probing the recent murders of two senior BJP and Hindu Munnani functionaries.

Acting on a tip-off, the SID along with the State Intelligence bureau seized 17 kg of explosives and 141 electric detonators kept concealed in a house in Melapalayam area, state DGP K Ramanujam said in a statement here.

Tasim, Katta Shahul, Kutty alias Noorul Hameed, Samsu and Bismi were arrested in this regard, he said.

The SID has been set up by Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to probe the murders of BJP state General Secretary V Ramesh in Salem on July 19 and Hindu Munnani State President Vellaiyappan in Vellore last month.

"SID will probe whether the material recovered is connected with the pipe bombs found at the scene of the murder in Vellore", the DGP said.

He said the package was hidden in a house without disclosing the nature of the contents to the owner.

The five wanted in connection with the murders and earlier bomb incidents -- Abu Backer Siddiq, 'Police' Fakruddin, Bilal Malik and Panna Ismail -- may be in possession of explosives and public should not give them accomodation, he said, adding "people are requested to inform about any other suspicious persons or suspicious materials".


17 kg of explosives :eek: , it would have cause large scale destruction.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Chandragupta » 29 Jul 2013 00:52

Delhi police shoot & kill 19 year old Karan Pandey in Delhi.

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/bike ... 96712.html

Rewind the clocks to a few weeks back to secular festival Shab e Barat, no such bravado by the DP then. Since Karan is a communal Hindu, he deserves to be shot in the back & killed. I don't know what to say to this. Our country is slowly but steadily slipping away to join the Ummah.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RamaY » 29 Jul 2013 02:02

^ I hope the DP continue to do this irrespective of the religion of the individual. The spoiled brats need some tough love.

No point making religion out of it.


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