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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem Kumar » 01 Aug 2013 09:08

That's the price of honesty. She could have very well become a crore-patni if she looked the other way.

I am glad she is alive. I am also amazed that such people of principles work without compromise in an environment of threats and utter lawlessness.

She is a hero!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem Kumar » 01 Aug 2013 09:11

As to that d0uche-bag Akhilesh and his crook-dad Mulayam - they were recently in B'lore wearing a ridiculous Tipu Sultan attire to appease more seculars

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 01 Aug 2013 12:49

ramana wrote:So Chindu is turning saffron? Or as elections loom they want to pretend to be nationalists?

"'The Hindu' should rename it to 'The Muslim'", is the exact comment I made to SHQ yesterday while reading this article. Only the head line gives an impression that Indian Muslims should do some thing from their side against Indian Mujahidin. The rest is all the usual stuff. That Indian Police are clueless and on cracking terrorism related cases. They generally pick up some random Muslim from the streets and then off course persecute them. Then they cannot take back their own actions, so the genuine terrorist elements (who are roaming free) are able to run their show. The usual request for Muslims to work on identifying the terrorist elements amongst them is also there. Yeah, they really require 'The Hindu' to do that :roll:.

'The Hindu' would only stop their rants when every Hindu family starts pimping their own women folks (or offer the 'services' free) to a Muslim passing by on the roads. For 'The Hindu' secularism in India, would then be 100% operational :evil:.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem » 01 Aug 2013 23:45

Prem Kumar wrote:As to that d0uche-bag Akhilesh and his crook-dad Mulayam - they were recently in B'lore wearing a ridiculous Tipu Sultan attire to appease more seculars

Seculars are Tii-Poo Sultans.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Atri » 02 Aug 2013 16:09

Army stages flag march, train services paralysed in Assam

Army today staged a flag march in trouble-torn Karbi Anglong district as fresh incidents of violence erupted even as railway services were paralysed in Assam with several ethnic organisations stepping up their demand for separate states on the lines of Telangana.

The army was called in to assist the civil administration and it staged a flag march this afternoon in several violence-hit and vulnerable areas, official sources said.

Two additional companies of paramilitary forces have also been deployed in the district which witnessed violence for the third day today following the Congress and UPA's decision to create Telangana as the 29th state of the country.

Train services across the state have been affected following the 12-hour Rail Blockade called by different Bodo organisations to press their demand for a separate Bodoland.

Angry protestors removed six kilometres of railway tracks in the Diphu-Lumding section and as a consequence, train services between Upper and Lower Assam have been paralysed with major trains controlled at Dimapur and Lumding, police said.

An irate mob set ablaze a bus of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council and an Inspection bungalow of the Public Works Department at Umlalfera area.

Protestors also attempted to set ablaze the Congress party office at Howraghat but were stopped by the police.

Earlier, protestors set ablaze a government vehicle at Nungpung, an electricity office and the handloom and textile departments at Hamrem.

The police have arrested the President of Karbi Students' Association (KSA) Laiseng Engleng for allegedly inciting violence and seven others have been rounded up from Dokmoka area taking the total number of arrests to 18 since the outbreak of violence in the hill district.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Virupaksha » 02 Aug 2013 16:53

the butter fly effect of giving telangana.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kish » 02 Aug 2013 22:57

Got this pic via Twitter, with a hash-tag of #Lucknowriots. Seems like 'peaceful' sunni muzlims are attacking Shia muzlims. Couple of days back it was Hindus who were at the receiving end. Now, its the turn of fellow Mohammedans to face the ire of 'peaceful' sunni muzlims

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RoyG » 02 Aug 2013 23:06

Shia-Sunni violence in India is actually interesting. I wonder to what extent it will play out given the tensions in the middle east. I noticed the Shia angle hasn't been explored much.

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Postby kish » 03 Aug 2013 01:01

If media doesn't mention the name of the community, its safe to assume the community is 'Peaceful' community only.

Two groups clash in Delhi over loudspeaker volume

Two groups from different communities clashed with each other after an argument over raising the volume of loudspeakers installed at their religious places here Friday, police said. Police has been deployed in the area to keep control.

The incident happened at Nandnagri area in east Delhi around 2 p.m, when people from two communities gathered at their religious places located in the same area to offer prayers.

An eye-witness told police that the volume of the loudspeaker installed at one religious place by a group was raised, which was objected to by the other group, sparking off an heated argument. A few minutes later, the situation turned ugly.

"The people pelted stones on each other in which two people sustained minor injuries. The mob also damage a police vehicle," said a police officer.

A case has been registered. No one was detained.

"Policemen were deployed in the area and the situation brought under control," the officer added.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_19686 » 03 Aug 2013 01:10

^^
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Breaking: Temple wall demolished by Muslim mob at Nand Nagri, Delhi.

https://twitter.com/Ina_kshk/status/363301832925261825

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vishvak » 03 Aug 2013 01:44

Is it for the govt to look after rioters over law and order especially in Ramadan month?

Or is it some other situation?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby nawabs » 03 Aug 2013 21:17

Lashkar radicalises Rohingyas to wage war against India

http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-new ... 02056.aspx
The Bangladesh government has confirmed to New Delhi that terror groups like the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) have instigated Rohingyas to avenge last year’s sectarian violence in Myanmar.

This more narrowly focusses on the Indian investigations into the July 7 serial bomb blast at the Mahabodhi temple in Gaya, Bihar, on Islamic militant groups inside India and Bangladesh.

The Rohingyas are Myanmar’s Muslim minority, largely settled in the coastal Arakan province. Myanmar has seen increasing sectarian violence in the past two years between its dominant Buddhist majority and the Rohingyas.

For the first time, senior government sources said, the presence of several thousand Rohingya refugees in India was discussed by senior Home Ministry, police and intelligence officials at the Independence Day security coordination meeting on Tuesday.

An estimated 5,000 Rohingya refugees live around Delhi, with a particularly large number living in slums along Sona Road near Gurgaon. Officials also red flagged such clusters following evidence that a section of the Rohingya community has been radicalized by pan-Islamicist groups.

These groups have attracted a few Rohingyas by promising to help them carry out retribution against Myanmar, Bangladesh and India.

There are sizeable Rohingya populations in Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh, in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and even Jammu and Kashmir. Rohingya refugees are often seen protesting in Delhi outside the United Nations Human Rights Commission asking for UN refugees status.

Indian antennae have been raised since LeT supremo Hafiz Saeed issued a statement on June 1 in Lahore accusing India of assisting the Myanmar regime in its persecution of the Rohingyas.

Intelligence reports from Dhaka have also confirmed the presence of Lashkar commanders on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. The LeT is believed to be recruiting Rohingyas, offering to help them to seek revenge against the Buddhists through terrorist acts.

According to the Bangladesh government, umbrella organization like Jamaat-ul-Arakan and the Rohingya Solidarity Organization are running terror training camps in remote areas of Bandarban district of Bangladesh adjoining the Myanmar border. With the Bangladesh-Myanmar border turning into a new theatre of global jihad, the US and other Western powers have begun monitoring this area.

After the 2012 Muslim-Buddhist clashes in Myanmar, Bangladeshi security agencies made a series of arrests that revealed plans to radicalize, train and fund some Rohingya refugees with the help of Pakistan based terror groups and Saudi Arabian financiers.

It was through these suspects that Bangladeshi security agencies came to learn of the visit to Arakan of Al Qaeda explosive expert Nur Bashar and the banned Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan’s shura member, Mufti Abu Zarra ul Burmi, who was employed as a teacher in Karachi University before joining IMU in 2004.

LeT attempts to dabble in the Arakan date well before the 2012 violence. They also have an Indian connection. It was Abdul Karim Tunda, a Pilakhuwa (Ghaziabad )-born Lashkar commander who masterminded a series of bombing in North India in 1996-98, who had travelled from Pakistan to Bangladesh over the past decade to explore the possibility of recruiting Rohingya youth for terror.

The Lashkar has been assisted by Rohingya extremist leaders including Rabiul Alam, a Pakistan trained jihadist from the Teknaf region, and another person identified as “Dr Yunus,” who is the coordinator of the Rohingya Solidarity Organisation in Bangladesh.

The terror headache assumes global dimensions as the RSO is being funded by Saudi Arabian NGO World Assembly of Muslim Youth through Dr Yunus and his associate Maulana Rashid of Cox’s Bazaar.

Indian, Bangladesh and Western security agencies are still trying to piece together the Rohingya threat. New Delhi has urged the Yangon military to take up genuine Rohingya grievances, like their economic and social marginalisation in Myanmar, but so far to no avail.

But with the threat assessment of Rohingya refugees on the rise, the Indian home ministry is planning to order a census of refugees in India as a precautionary security move.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 03 Aug 2013 21:33

Sachin wrote:
ramana wrote:So Chindu is turning saffron? Or as elections loom they want to pretend to be nationalists?

"'The Hindu' should rename it to 'The Muslim'", is the exact comment I made to SHQ yesterday while reading this article. Only the head line gives an impression that Indian Muslims should do some thing from their side against Indian Mujahidin. The rest is all the usual stuff. That Indian Police are clueless and on cracking terrorism related cases. They generally pick up some random Muslim from the streets and then off course persecute them. Then they cannot take back their own actions, so the genuine terrorist elements (who are roaming free) are able to run their show. The usual request for Muslims to work on identifying the terrorist elements amongst them is also there. Yeah, they really require 'The Hindu' to do that :roll:.

'The Hindu' would only stop their rants when every Hindu family starts pimping their own women folks (or offer the 'services' free) to a Muslim passing by on the roads. For 'The Hindu' secularism in India, would then be 100% operational :evil:.


The Hindu is edited by a US citizen who probably is part of SD psy-ops wing. In any smart society would have realized this scam and demanded a change.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby krisna » 04 Aug 2013 00:06

many Hindu actvists have been murdered in TN ,but there have been attempts to pass them as property disputes or enimities within family , friends what not etc. amongst sickular brigade.
giving clean chit to perpetartors and their supporters.
:twisted: :evil:

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Hari Seldon » 04 Aug 2013 03:16

And why are we still importing the paper and the ink on which our genuine currency notes are printed?

If this isn't an internal security crisis, then what is?

Millions of notes not printed in mints land in RBI vaults

MUMBAI: Hundreds of crores of rupees that have apparently never been printed have mysteriously made it to the vaults of the Reserve Bank of India over the years. Records show that millions of ghost notes - notes that have not been produced at our nation's mints - are somehow reaching the RBI.

A series of RTI applications reveal that while the mismatch between currency bills printed and transported to the RBI is seen across denominations, it is more pronounced in the case of higher value notes - those of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500.

Take the Rs 1,000 notes. The redesigned bill was introduced in October 2000. Ever since, the two authorized mints — Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran Private Limited, Bangalore, and Currency Note Press, Nashik — have printed a total of 4,452.3 million Rs 1,000 bills. But RBI records show that it has received 4,462 million notes, an excess of 9.7 million notes. That means the RBI has received Rs 970 crore more than what was actually printed.


Add India's name to the 3.5 sponsors of Pakland. They're printing our notes by the containerload to buy our goods and services for free, am sure.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby krisna » 04 Aug 2013 03:38

^^^^

read this--- posted in 2012 jan

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_19686 » 05 Aug 2013 19:49

The Southern Jihad – Studying an Islamist takeover

http://centreright.in/2013/08/the-south ... -takeover/

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sushupti » 05 Aug 2013 20:18

Transferred Jaisalmer SP reveals,Pak spy was caught from Congress MLA's petrol pump


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 05 Aug 2013 20:29

One more Mallu retunrs home from gelf, maybe found loitering at a bus-stand?

REVEALED: How IM was formed at terror camp in Kerala

SIMI operative Abdul Sattar tells investigators how a ban on the outfit led to the formation of the Indian Mujahideen. Vicky Nanjappa reports

The National Investigation Agency on Friday arrested Students Islamic Movement of India operative Abdul Sattar after he was deported from the United Arab Emirates. Charged in a case related to the secret terror camp held in Wagamon, Kerala in 2007, he has been providing information on the resurrection of the banned outfit.


The NIA got a tip off on Satar following the questioning of Manzar Imam, Danish Riaz and 36 others, all accused in the Wagamon terror camp case. “This SIMI camp was the what led to the formation of the Indian Mujahideen. Although this group had decided to carry out strikes independently, a section of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba cadre got in touch with them and offered assistance. They then decided to fight Lashkar’s proxy war in India,” said an NIA official.

According to Sttar, 40 members from various parts of the country were part of the camp. They decided to break up into smaller groups and launch an offensive against India. Similar camps were held in Hubli, Karnataka under the leadership of SIMI operative Safdar Nagori.

At the Wagamon camp, a 20-member core team was formed and each operative was assigned a state. The initial plan was to target Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh and then set up bases in Bihar and Jharkhand.

Kerala was considered to be an apt place to hold the terror camps. The funds flowing in from the Gulf are accumulated here and the distributed to other parts of the country.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_19686 » 06 Aug 2013 18:14

Tension in Malerkotla over acid attack on cows
TNN | Aug 6, 2013, 05.18 AM IST
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MALERKOTLA: Tension gripped Punjab's Malerkotla town, which has a sizeable Muslim population, after some miscreants threw acid on cows a few days ago, and BJP and some Hindu groups issued a bandh call on Monday and staged a protest march.

With Muslim community observing Ramzan fast and Hindu organizations deciding to stage a protest march against attack on cows, heavy police force was deployed to prevent any untoward incidents. Police rounded up over 100 activists of Hindu organizations.

The town had not witnessed communal violence even during Partition. Acid was thrown on three cows around 20 days ago and police had registered a case against unknown persons. Hindu groups wanted to stage a march in the town on Monday to protest against the police failure to arrest the culprits. Many units of Gau Rakshak Dal had confirmed participation in the protest. Security was increased in the town following the bandh call and All India Gau Rakshak Dal president Satish Kumar was taken in custody. Sangrur SSP Mandeep Singh Sidhu, however, said the situation was under control.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 639150.cms

Malerkotla was the only area of East Punjab where the Muslims were spared in 1947 supposedly because the local Raja had opposed the bricking up alive of the 10th Sikh Guru Guru Gobind Singh's two young sons by the Mughal administration on their refusal to convert to Islam.

It is the only Muslim majority area left in Indian Punjab, in all other areas of East Punjab they were either killed or expelled in retaliation for their genocide of Hindus & Sikhs in Pakistan.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RamaY » 06 Aug 2013 18:18

sum wrote:One more Mallu retunrs home from gelf, maybe found loitering at a bus-stand?

REVEALED: How IM was formed at terror camp in Kerala



Per Congress leaders, there is no IM. You must have mistaken Kerala INC congress with IM.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem Kumar » 06 Aug 2013 19:07

Surasena wrote:Tension gripped Punjab's Malerkotla town, which has a sizeable Muslim population, after some miscreants threw acid on cows a few days ago,


What kind of a sick mind would do such an act?

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Postby RamaY » 06 Aug 2013 19:31

Prem Kumar wrote:
Surasena wrote:Tension gripped Punjab's Malerkotla town, which has a sizeable Muslim population, after some miscreants threw acid on cows a few days ago,


What kind of a sick mind would do such an act?

:cry: :cry: :cry:

May those people suffer million times more than that in this life itself.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_19686 » 07 Aug 2013 18:25

Tribals to remove Virgin Mary’s statue if attire isn’t changed
Kelly Kislaya, TNN | Aug 4, 2013, 01.28 AM IST

RANCHI: Members of the Sarna faith have decided to forcefully remove the statue depicting a 'tribal' Virgin Mary which was unveiled in May this year at Singpur village in Jharkhand's Ranchi district unless it's attire is changed.

Talks between church representatives and the Sarna faith have broken down and the Sarna elders have set August 24 as the deadline for their demand to be met.

The statue shows a dark-complexioned Mary in a white saree with a red border, her hair in a bun and bangles around her wrists. She is carrying the infant Jesus on a sling, just as tribal woman do.

Bandhan Tigga, dharmguru of Sarna society, said, "We have invited all the people of the Sarna religion from across the country to join us for a massive protest at Singpur on August 25. We are expecting lakhs of people, particularly from Odisha, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, will turn up to join our protest."

The Sarna society is made up of 32 tribes — including Oraon, Munda, Ho, Santhal and Kharia — that worship Nature, especially trees.

"We have been organizing meetings at various places to inform the people about how the church is trying to confuse our people into believing that Mary was a tribal. I will be organizing another meeting on August 9 at Santhal Pargana about the same. A hundred years from now, people here would start believing that Mother Mary was actually our tribal goddess. It's an attempt to convert Sarna tribals to Christianity. Mother Mary was a foreigner and showing her as a tribal woman is definitely not correct," he said.

A meeting between the representatives of church and members of Sarna society was organized on July 22 in which the church rejected the demand of Sarna society. Tigga said, "We got only one reply: The church is not trying to convert any tribal and they would not remove the statue. We have no other option left but to remove the statue ourselves."

TOI tried to contact Cardinal Telesphore Toppo, archbishop of Chhotanagpur, but he was not available for comment.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... ttarget=no

After provoking a reaction they will then activate their stooges internationally about how "Hindu fascists" are killing them (never mind that they come squat in India as "refugees" from as far as Afghanistan instead of going to one of the countries of their brothers in Jesus).

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shyamd » 09 Aug 2013 00:58

The guy UAE extradited is singing...
Kerala’s Dubai man set up IM
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The arrest of Abdul Sattar is proving to be a boon for the National Investigation Agency which has found that a SIMI activist based in Dubai had acted as a key middle man in the setting up of the Indian Mujahideen.
Barring the Wagamon camp which gave birth to the Indian Mujahideen, the NIA had not many details on the operatives from Kerala. They have now found that an operative by the Shuhaib Pottanikkal from Kerala is based out of Dubai and helps in arranging meetings between Kerala operatives and the cadres of the Indian Mujahideen.

Pottainikkal according to the NIA hails from Thirurangadi in Mallapuram district, Kerala. He arranged for an important meeting between Abdul Sattar and Riyaz Bhatkal. This was a meeting that was held after the Wagamon camp and proved to be extremely important for the Indian Mujahideen. The IM following the Wagamon camp in 2007 was rearing to go all out against India, but was falling short in some departments. The funding was a major problem and this was something that they had to do by themselves since Pakistan had decided that this proxy outfit of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba needed to run on its own.

It was during the course of this meeting that Riyaz Bhatkal discussed the modalities of the funding. It was decided that none of the Kerala operatives would come into the picture where operations were concerned, but they would help move funds from the Gulf which in turn would be distributed among the IM cadres. Since then the Kerala module has been instrumental in diverting a large sum of money coming in through a hawala network for terror related operations in India.

Sattar had assured Bhatkal that he would create a formidable route to pump in the money. The network grew further with Shuaib arranging yet another meeting which comprised Sattar, T Nasir and Abdul Rahim. By this time Riyaz Bhatkal had gone to Dubai to hold further meetings. However he was sent back by Shuaib to Kuttipuram in Kerala. Each of these operatives had a different role to play. While T Nasir subscribed to the ideology of the HuJI, Riyaz Bhatkal and Sattar continued to look after the funding for the IM. Rahim was however sent to Kashmir, but was killed in an encounter. It was after this killing did it come to light that the Kerala operatives were being roped in for the Kashmir battle too.

The NIA tells rediff.com that the Kerala module is the most intense but very complicated. They have a lot of splinter groups which are all inter-connected. Each plays a different role, but the motive remains the same.

Abdul Sattar who had told the NIA about how the IM was born after the Wagamon camp also tells his interrogators that the majority of the funding for the IM comes in from the various channels in Kerala. There is a dedicated group which handles the incoming hawala funds and channelizes them through various sources to different parts of the country.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby IndraD » 09 Aug 2013 17:46

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 726342.cms
likely terror strike before independence day
IB is still sharing info with anti national govt

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_20036 » 10 Aug 2013 08:04

Kishtwar Hindus under attack
Shops and homes burned; curfew imposed; Army deployed


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One person was killed and over 20 injured as communal clashes broke out in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir where curfew was clamped and Army called in to assist the local administration in maintaining law and order.

The victim suffered gunshot wounds near a petrol pump in Kishtwar.

He, along with two others injured in the incident, were rushed to the Army hospital in the area where doctors could not save him. The other two were then taken to the Army Command hospital at Udhampur.

The clashes continued despite Army patrolling the streets, a senior official said, adding more troops have been requisitioned for the trouble spots.

Sources in Jammu told NitiCentral that at least 150 shops have been looted and set on fire. The shops belonged to Hindus. Fifty vehicles, including police jeeps, were set on fire.

The trouble in this Muslim majority district, 226 km from Jammu, erupted on Friday morning after a group of people raised anti-national slogans after Eid prayers, officials and local residents said, adding that this led to violent clashes.

The communal clashes spread like wild fire in other parts of the district with two groups indulging in stone-pelting, they said, adding at least 20 people were injured.

Police and CRPF personnel rushed to the area and used batons and teargas besides firing in the air to disperse the warring mobs gathered in various parts of the district.

A list of Village Defence Committee members was drawn up quickly so that the arms given to them could be withdrawn.

Five shops, a truck and a hotel belonging to the relative of an MLC were burnt down in the arson, police said.

Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah directed senior State and civil officials including police chief Ashok Prasad to rush to the scene and try and control the situation.

Minister of State for Home Sajjad Kitchloo was already in the area for his Eid celebrations. However, he could not move out of his Dak Banglow because of the clashes.

Expressing concern over the communal clashes, BJP has sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s intervention to ensure security for the minority community in the state.

BJP president Rajnath Singh spoke to PM over telephone regarding the outbreak of violent clashes and demanded enhanced security in the area to bring the situation under control.

Kishtwar clashes: Rajnath speaks to PM, Sushma to Omar

“The Prime Minister assured me that the situation would be quickly brought under control as the army has been called out in Kishtwar,” Rajnath Singh said on twitter.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah also called up Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj and said the Army was conducting a flag march and more forces were being sent to the affected area.

“Chief Minister J&K has telephoned me to inform that Army flag march is on and more forces are reaching Kishtwar,” Swaraj said.

Meanwhile, the BJP has called a Jammu bandh on Saturday to protest against communal clashes and the Government’s failure in ensuring safety to minorities in Kishtwar.

BJP calls Jammu bandh over Kishtwar clashes

“We appeal for a Jammu bandh on Saturday against incidents of communal violence and the Government’s failure in ensuring safety to minorities in Kishtwar,” BJP State president Jugal Kishore Sharma said.

Once again the NC-Congress coalition has given a free hand to a section of people to harass, terrorise, kill and damage properties of minorities, he alleged.

Sharma, along with Leader of the BJP Legislature Party Ashok Khajuria, party national executive member Nirmal Singh and others led a protest march and sat on dharna at Kachi Chawni Chowk to protest against growing incidents of communal violence in Kishtwar.

The party has received support of Chamber of Commerce, Bar Association, local business community and social and religious organisations for Saturday’s Jammu bandh, Sharma said.

Shiv Sena, VHP, Bajrang Dal, Dogra Front and JMM have also supported Saturday’s bandh.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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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.

As suspected, the geleatine stick seizure case is indeed helping in unravelling the spate of murders of Hindu leaders in TN.

Suspect in Bangalore blast and TN murders picked up - The Hindu
The Special Investigation Division (SID) of the Crime Branch CID, probing the murder of Hindu outfit functionary at Vellore and Auditor V. Ramesh of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Salem, on Friday picked up a suspect Basheer (24) from Podanur area in Coimbatore City.

Police sources said the suspicion about Basheer was that he should be in the know of things relating to the whereabouts of four most wanted suspects in the two murder cases and also in the Bangalore blast that took place near the Bharathia Janata Party (BJP) in Malleswaram. SID grew suspicious about Basheer, after he was seen frequently taking the family of Kitchan Buhari to Bangalore. The trip was to enable the family to meet Kitchan Buhari lodged at the Bangalore Central Prison in connection with the blast case.

There were inputs confirming that a group of lieutenants of Kitchan Buhari had taken instructions from him at the Bangalore prison to co-ordinate with Police Fakrudeen with whom Kitchan Buhari had reportedly handed over explosives. The interrogation of the five accused secured from Melappalayam with the explosives resulted in the SID getting the missing links in the terror network, sources said.

The outcome of the interrogation helped in fixing up the prime suspects and also the name of Basheer who was in touch with Buhari and his family. SID then started its search for Basheer and picked him up on Thursday.

“Basheer is being questioned at an undisclosed destination for more information on the most wanted accused namely Paravai Basha, Police Fakrudeen, Panna Ismail and Bilal Malik”, he said.

Securing this accused will help in resolving the Vellore murder case and some more clues on Bangalore blast and Salem auditor murder case, sleuths said.

Information from examination of Basheer leading to the arrest of the four accused will not only help in resolving the cases and identifying the remaining accused, but is also expected to help in recovering the remaining quantity of explosives.

Only 17 kg was recovered from Melappalayam of the 40 kg that was reportedly routed by Kitchan Buhari through Police Fakrudeen.

The TN police has thrown enormous resources at resolving this case and yet it is only making a slow progress indicating the deep conspiracy and network of these jihadist wahhabi terrorists.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem Kumar » 10 Aug 2013 11:48

Cross posting Avarachan's link to this shocking NewsInsight article about the proposed J&K sellout

http://www.newsinsight.net/TheIshratconspiracy.aspx#page=page-1

The Congress party leadership is the most dangerous national security threat to India

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Rudradev » 10 Aug 2013 12:11

An interesting aspect of the Kishtwar violence. Apparently, guns were used to shoot at Policemen from the windows of houses near the riot scene.

J&K State Government's response? To immediately draw up a list of Village Defence Committee members, so that the arms issued to them can be seized and repossessed. Apparently the VDCs are being made the scapegoat for the presence of guns among the general population.

The dastardly element here is that VDC members are almost entirely Hindu or Sikh. At a time when they are most vulnerable to organized violence by jihadi mobs, they are being forced to give up their only means of self-defense, and rely completely on the jihadi-pasand Omar Abdullah government for protection.

A calculated move to hasten, and facilitate, the ethnic cleansing of all of J&K state beyond the Valley.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anindya » 11 Aug 2013 01:36

LoC Attack: Bihar minister gives Pak clean chit

"I don't believe that Pakistan is responsible for the incident (killing of five Indian soldiers by Pakistani army on the LoC in Poonch district) on Tuesday," agriculture minister Narendra Singh said on Saturday, in remarks which come as further embarrassment for the Nitish Kumar led JD(U) government.

"Pakistan is our younger brother and a neighbour," he commented when asked about the firing incident in which jawans of 21st Bihar Regiment were killed when they were patrolling along LoC on Tuesday last.


Ishrat was an innocent; Muslims can't be blamed for reacting to atrocities: Sharad Pawar

Bihar Martyr's kin's Fast a conspiracy: Agriculture Minister (Bihar)

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_22872 » 11 Aug 2013 01:44

If you are sick, the doctor goes for the root cause of the problem, at times he may have to perform a surgery to save your life. No point in beating around the bush, if we want to save India from these flesh eating worms, clean the rot, they need to be thrown out, jailed for life to perform menial jobs for cleaning latrines of rapists and street thug prisoners. Rot will only will spread to turn India into a decomposing corpse.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem » 12 Aug 2013 01:42

Man thrashed by villagers in Bihar for 'trying' to poison hand pump
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 752605.cms

EHANABAD: A man was caught by villagers for allegedly trying to poison the hand pump installed on the premises of the upgraded government middle school at Godiha village under Parasbigha police station in the district on Saturday morning.According to former mukhiya of Godiha gram panchayat Ramanuj Sharma three motorcycle-borne persons got down at the NH-110 near Godiha village at around 8:30 am. One of them straightaway proceeded towards the village school while the other two sped off on the motorcycle. Sharma said that the man, later identified as Munna Ansari, was found moving in a suspicious manner on the school premises.The man also offered guavas to some children which they refused to eat. Soon the teachers caught the man suspecting that he was there to poison the hand pump. Meanwhile, a large numbers of villagers also assembled on the school premises and started thrashing the man.

After a ding-dong battle for half-an-hour, the police finally lathicharged the mob in a bid to safely rescue the man from the villagers' custody.SP Sayali Dhurat said Ansari, a resident of Gogri in Khagaria district, was taken to the Jehanabad sadar hospital for treatment. All his belongings have been seized to find out whether he was carrying poisonous substance or chemicals or other related materials, she said adding some eatables like 'sattu' and guava have been recovered from the suspect's possession. The seized eatables are being sent for forensic test. The SP also informed that two other suspects identified as Mohd Shahwaz and Mohd Naushad, who fled the scene, are also said to be residents of Gogri village in Khagaria district. However, a manhunt is on to arrest them, she added.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RoyG » 12 Aug 2013 23:12

The muslim rampage in Kishtwar seems to be spreading to other areas of Jammu. Media silence is not surprising.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 13 Aug 2013 16:31

Secular riots in Bihar:

Bihar's Nawada town still tense after communal clashes, NSA invoked

Curfew was imposed in the town where police resorted to firing Monday following a violent clash between two communities. "Assembly of five or more people at any particular place and display of firearms have been banned," said Nawada Superintendent of Police M.S. Dhillon.

Dhillon said 15 people have been detained in connection with the violence.

Additional security forces have been deployed and patrolling intensified.

On Monday, at least half a dozen people were seriously injured in a clash between two communities. Police resorted to firing when a mob attacked the Bundelkhand police station in Nawada, about 150 km from here.

Communal tension erupted Friday when an altercation took place between a group of kanwarias (Hindu pilgrims) and another community at a roadside eatery in Nawada.

District officials said clashes continued after the death of a 20-year-old youth, Kundan Kumar, who was injured along with three others in police firing Saturday.

Kundan Kumar died at the Patna Medical College and Hospital Sunday. District authorities had imposed curfew in Nawada for a few hours Saturday but later lifted it.


Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/biha ... 99335.html

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 14 Aug 2013 11:26

If there was ever a definition of a Witchhunt in India, this has to be it:

Ishrat Jahan Case: CBI wants to question NIA men who examined Headley

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shyamd » 14 Aug 2013 11:48

^^ Headley was said to have told the NIA men that Ishrat was a terrorist but was omitted from the report

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 14 Aug 2013 12:27

^^ So, now the NIA men will be hounded till they admit Headley never said it.

Like the below:
Ex-Home Ministry official linked to Ishrat Jahan case seeks retirement

Former Home Ministry official RVS Mani, who had filed two contradictory affidavits in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case in 2009, has sought voluntary retirement from the service and his lawyer said he was doing so following "harassment".

Mani (55), who is an Under Secretary in the Urban Development Ministry and has five more years in service, wrote to Ministry's Secretary Sudhir Krishna yesterday seeking voluntary retirement. He wants to be relieved at the earliest.

The first affidavit -- filed by Mani in Gujarat High Court in August 2009 -- said that Ishrat and the three men killed with her were LeT operatives, and objected to a probe by the CBI.

The second affidavit, filed in September in the same court, said that intelligence inputs on the four victims of the encounter did not constitute conclusive proof, and that the Home Ministry was in favour of a CBI probe.

Mani's lawyer K B Singh said the official had appeared before the CBI for questioning in Ahmedabad on June 13 in connection with the filing of the two affidavits in the fake encounter case in 2009 when he was serving in the Home Ministry.

"Ever since his appearance before CBI, Mani's superiors have started harassing him on one or the other pretext allegedly finding fault in his current work," Singh said.

"They started finding fault in his work. He has been harassed since June 13. Pressure is mounted on him. He has been asked to explain one by one in those cases which he had processed recently in this Ministry (Urban Development)," Singh told PTI.


Pathetic

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shyamd » 14 Aug 2013 12:56

Polarise the population, get the minority vote bank - remaining 'liberal Hindu' vote and you can rule with the alliances (who have a high minority component). Use everything in your disposal to do it.


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