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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 21 Aug 2012 19:58

RamaY wrote:Day in day out people in India get tens, if not hundreds, of fake SMSs claiming that the mobile owner won thousands of $. Nobody takes them seriously. I am sure each one of the NE person spoke to their kith and kin back home before deciding to go to home. Two people could have organized the whole process.

1. NE community groups - If they exist and are efficient enough to seek additional trains
2. National/state police/intelligence forces - only they can coordinate the logistics.
Why is the question!


Interesting things are that the NE harassement in order of magnitude was in Hyderabad, Chennai, and Bangalore with a sprinkling of UP cities.
Yet the media highlighted the plight in Banglore.

The trains were provided by the Railways which are a Central run Ministry.

Was all this a INC ploy related to the BJP govt in Karnataka?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vijayk » 21 Aug 2012 20:06

SamG wrote:^ this can also be a ploy by congress to curtail the Social network sites such as Facebook,Twitter etc. How in the world only people of NE Ethnicity get sms's is beyond me.Now the paid media will go full on claiming that twitter,FB played a major role in fanning communal tension and should be tightened.I bet the INC is trying very hard to tighten twitter,FB before 2014 elections.


Actually, CON MAFIA is working very closely with CNN/IBN and theives like Sagarika Ghost, Sardeep kind of crooks to shut down Social Media. Check all the tweets of these scumbags which were outed by mediacrooks.com

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby AbhiJ » 21 Aug 2012 20:07

A Comment in TOI:

Remember A vote for congress is a vote towards realising Islamic Republic of India.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby devesh » 21 Aug 2012 21:05

ramana wrote:

Was all this a INC ploy related to the BJP govt in Karnataka?



if they spend even half of this effort in punishing these elements, the nation would be secure. but I guess their thirst for power comes above everything else. I don't get how a group of people can be such a bunch of rank traitors...

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby nakul » 21 Aug 2012 21:09

Constable who gave rose to Raj Thackeray, detained

http://www.firstpost.com/mumbai/constab ... 25388.html

Check out the video at the above link to view a policeman's take on the situation and the treatment meted out to him. At 2:10 he shows pictures of the injured policemen. Hardcore stuff!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Victor » 21 Aug 2012 22:45

vijayk wrote:this can also be a ploy by congress to curtail the Social network sites such as Facebook,Twitter etc. How in the world only people of NE Ethnicity get sms's is beyond me.Now the paid media will go full on claiming that twitter,FB played a major role in fanning communal tension and should be tightened.I bet the INC is trying very hard to tighten twitter,FB before 2014 elections.

This is it. They and paid media are scared sh!t of social networks along with SMS/MMS and will do everything to muzzle them. If they do, I wonder if there will be pushback and what form it will take.

SamG wrote:^Actually, CON MAFIA is working very closely with CNN/IBN and theives like Sagarika Ghost, Sardeep kind of crooks to shut down Social Media. Check all the tweets of these scumbags which were outed by mediacrooks.com

mediacrooks.com was actually blocked a while back. We can bet it will be blocked again soon.

In the meantime, EID is over but still no news about the arrest of those identified in Mumbai riots or Lucknow statue defacement.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem » 22 Aug 2012 00:42

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/ind ... story.html
India blocks more than 250 Web sites for inciting hate, panic

NEW DELHI — India blocked about 250 Web sites and social networking sites Monday, accusing them of spreading inflammatory content that triggered panic among thousands of workers and students from the country’s eight northeastern states last week.The government’s blame list ranged from Facebook to fundamentalist Pakistani sites, Twitter to text messages, and Google to YouTube videos. Authorities also barred the sending of text messages to more than five people at a time for two weeks. Thousands of people from northeastern India fled several cities in the south and west of the country last week after text messages circulated warning that they faced reprisal attacks from Muslims over recent ethnic clashes in the northeastern state of Assam.The government said a number of Web sites had deliberately tried to inflame passions, hosting morphed videos of violence against Muslims in Burma and asserting that they were filmed in Assam. The images went viral and provoked riots by Muslim residents of Mumbai just over a week ago

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anindya » 22 Aug 2012 01:09

As mentioned before, this article amongst other things reaffirms that the leadership actually prevented the arrest of the troublemakers - ensuring that the message went out that fanatic Muslims will get a free pass due to our vote bank politics. No wonder Akhilesh also gave a clean chit to his police that did nothing to stop the violence in UP, that happened right in front of them.

Bending Over Backwards


Rarely has an article befuddled me as much as Teesta Setalvad and Javed Anand’s article, ‘Making history, not repeating it’, in The Indian Express (August 17).

The first paragraph describes the violence in Azad Maidan: “...a Muslim mob behaved in despicable fashion — torching OB vans, attacking media persons and the police, molesting women constables, snatching arms from the police....” Then the authors laud Mumbai Police Commissioner Arup Patnaik for not acting against the violent mob. The article continues, “But do allow for the possibility that responding in a most ‘un-police-like’ fashion to extreme provocation, the city’s police commissioner, Arup Patnaik, may have opened a happy chapter in the otherwise unhappy Muslim-police relationship in the metropolis.”

Let’s replace some of the words in the first paragraph with substitutes and see how it plays.

Replace “Muslim” with “Hindu”. Would the authors have written the first paragraph if the mobs were Hindus? Is the law to be adjusted according to the religion of the miscreant?

There is shocking footage of Police Commissioner Arup Patnaik ordering Deputy Commissioner of Police Ravindra Shisve to release a rioter who is being arrested. The video link has been blocked on YouTube but can be seen on Twitter links. This is how Twitter transforms from social media into political-info media.

The footage shows PC Arup Patnaik shouting at DCP Ravindra Shisve who holds a (should I say “alleged”?) goon (pleading for mercy) by the collar, “Tumhala koni hyala pakdayala sangitla (Who has told you to catch him?)” Patnaik then threatens to have the DCP suspended.

“You take directions from the commissioner. You are not SP of Sangli. You are DCP here. You will not fall out of line or you will be suspended, stupid,” Patnaik bellows.

Am I missing something because I am not a Mumbaiker? No, because there are questions raised in Mumbai’s Mid Day newspaper (August 16, 2012). Some of the questions: “Why did Commissioner of Police Arup Patnaik force a DCP to release an apprehended rioter from the spot? If speakers incited the protesters with hate speeches, why are they still roaming free?”

The Setalvad-Anand article then reads: “Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray is most unhappy that the police commissioner did not issue a blanket shoot-to-kill order. But the latter’s exemplary restraint is precisely what peace-loving Mumbaikars need to thank him for. Instead of repeating history, Patnaik has tried creating one.” Why is Bal Thackeray’s emotional temperature relevant in this? I really don’t care much about Bal Thackeray. A fact checker would ask: How did they gauge his emotional state? It is a mystery. The gloating over Bal Thackeray’s mental state stoops to the lowest denominator of one-upmanship.

The authors continue: “Thankfully, Patnaik, who was a deputy commissioner of police when Bombay burned (1992-93), has not forgotten either. It’s his act of remembering, and reminding, that prevented yet another bloodbath and ensured that the situation did not spin entirely out of control last Saturday.”

Every community is scarred by wounds that cannot be picked up selectively as a response justification. A fact checker would ask: How do the authors know that Patnaik’s mind “remembering and reminding” was his reason for asking his DCP to release a goon? A slight understanding of how India works would tell you that the order to do exactly that had come from political bosses.

More pearls: “As things stand today, the Mumbai police are the injured party, while the city’s Muslim leadership, such as it is, is compelled to do all the explaining, apologising, forgiveness-seeking, appreciating the role of the police.”

The authors seem to believe that there is a moral high ground in becoming the “injured party”, possibly from a habit of victim-self-righteous-politics. No security force should ever be reduced to an “injured party”. Their morale to protect our nation could hardly be triggered by the satisfaction — let them run riot, but hey, now THEY will have to explain, apologise and seek forgiveness! Is there any dot of understanding about how demoralising it was for the police force?

The authors conclude: “But the police commissioner’s remarkable restraint has opened up an opportunity to heal wounds, open a new chapter. It’s an opportunity Muslims must grab with both hands.”

“Muslims must grab with both hands”? They expect the same mobsters to be so moved to soft emotion that they will grab hands and sing Hum Honge Kamyaab some d-a-ay? A Bollywood screenwriter would say: Yeh realistic ending nahin hai! Badlo!

We have all read about the controversy magnet Teesta Setalvad. I believed she worked hard for what she believed in: getting justice for victims of violence in Gujarat 2002. But, with Teesta it was difficult to keep up with the spiralling versions of each issue. Even then, I gave her the benefit of a busybody do-gooder. Now this article puts a complete end to that assessment.

... an article like this one by Setalvad-Anand is enough to turn me into what is called an Internet Hindu. India cannot afford to have different rules of engagement based on people’s religion, caste or gender. I believe that is enshrined in our Constitution. Destroying the Constitution for a vote-bank is worse corruption than black money. An incendiary article by Setalvad-Anand can do as much damage as violence in Azad Maidan. To paraphrase Arun Shourie: This is bending over backwards.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kshatriya » 22 Aug 2012 06:46

nakul wrote:Constable who gave rose to Raj Thackeray, detained

http://www.firstpost.com/mumbai/constab ... 25388.html

Check out the video at the above link to view a policeman's take on the situation and the treatment meted out to him. At 2:10 he shows pictures of the injured policemen. Hardcore stuff!



Isn't MNS a Khangress creation ?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kshatriya » 22 Aug 2012 07:32

Russion Riot Police.. Hope our guys pick a lesson or two from them


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 22 Aug 2012 08:19

^^ Few pics in local papers of Bengaluru which showed lots of security folks in black overalls and faces covered with ski-masks holding Ak-47s standing at various sensitive parts of the city. One of the papers called them the "Garuda force". Any idea of which unit this is?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 22 Aug 2012 08:48

So when is the guy who was picturised smashing the Amar Jawan memorial going to be picked up? he was identified by all and sundry.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Arunkumar » 22 Aug 2012 08:55

ramana wrote:
RamaY wrote:Day in day out people in India get tens, if not hundreds, of fake SMSs claiming that the mobile owner won thousands of $. Nobody takes them seriously. I am sure each one of the NE person spoke to their kith and kin back home before deciding to go to home. Two people could have organized the whole process.

1. NE community groups - If they exist and are efficient enough to seek additional trains
2. National/state police/intelligence forces - only they can coordinate the logistics.
Why is the question!


Interesting things are that the NE harassement in order of magnitude was in Hyderabad, Chennai, and Bangalore with a sprinkling of UP cities.
Yet the media highlighted the plight in Banglore.

The trains were provided by the Railways which are a Central run Ministry.

Was all this a INC ploy related to the BJP govt in Karnataka?


Increasingly getting convinced to the view that the entire thing has been choreographed at a country level, by a party known for its high standards of governance, to deepen the sense of victimhood with an eye to 2014 elections.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 22 Aug 2012 09:04

ramana wrote:So when is the guy who was picturised smashing the Amar Jawan memorial going to be picked up? he was identified by all and sundry.



I wasnt the only one feeling the pain

http://livefist.blogspot.ca/2012/08/rew ... itary.html

On August 11, riots in Mumbai saw two individuals vandalise the Amar Jawan memorial in the city, a sacred military structure for the country's lost soldiers. The images were captured by Mid-Day newspaper photographer Atul Kamble, who was also assaulted. Ten days since the violence, the police haven't managed to find the two individuals you see in the photographs. Now, Indian independent Member of Parliament Rajeev Chandrasekhar has announced a reward of Rs 5-lakh (~$9,000) for anyone who hands them over to the Mumbai Police, or supplies information that leads to their arrest.

Here's Rajeev's statement:

The recent images of desecration of the Amar Jawan Jyoti Memorial in Mumbai by some criminal elements on August 11th, 2012 have left me and thousands of Indians in pain, disgust and anger. The memorial erected to honour and remembers two brave sons of India - Sepoy Sayyed Hussein and Sepoy Mangal Gadiya, who were martyred during the Mutiny of 1857 - is a symbol of communal harmony, nationhood and pride of India.

The perpetrators who vandalized this sacred place do not belong to any faith or religion, and by their act have disgraced hundreds and thousands of people from all faiths and parts of India and those within and outside of Armed Forces who have served and protected the nation in time of war and in time of peace .

I am raising this issue today through a Resolution Motion to draw the attention of the Parliament on this despicable act.

The media has done a service to the nation by capturing the images of those involved in this crime. The perpetrators must be apprehended at the earliest and brought to justice. To that end, on behalf of all affronted Indians, I announce a reward of Rupees Ten Lakhs to those who provide the Mumbai police with credible information leading to the arrest of those involved in the desecration of the Amar Jawan Jyoti memorial.





We should atleast raise one lakh to add to the pot.

RB please do the honors.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Dilbu » 22 Aug 2012 10:00

Dubai hub of hate-posts: IB

The State Special Branch and the Intelligence Bureau have raised concerns that Dubai has become the cyber capital for propagating extremist ideas in India.

According to details collected by the Intelligence Bureau Cyber Wing, the majority of religious sentiments expressed in posts and uploads is coming from Dubai and is being propagated through their activists in India.


According to an IB official, most of the extremist posts that have been creating enmity between various religious communities were posted from Dubai. [b]“Over 60 per cent of the terrorism-backed posts being uploaded on the Internet and social networking websites are from Dubai. Several people in Kerala propagate these posts through e-mails or by sharing them. There are also uploads from Pakistan. In Kerala, most of these posts are being shared by the activists of these extremist groups in Malabar. They also have a good base in Kerala as most of their funds come to the state via Dubai. These groups mainly target social networking sites,” the IB official said. Intelligence agencies suspect that the ISI is behind these activities. “ISI is active in the cyber world. They have hacked several Indian websites. The political parties suspected to be behind the fake SMS case leading to the people returning from the north-eastern states have secret links with the ISI,” the IB official said.[/b]

However, it is hard to arrest these people though intelligence agencies can track down people operating from other countries in the cyber world. “Arresting them is beyond our jurisdiction, but we can identify and book the people, who propagate these ideas via e-mail and Facebook in India,” the IB official said.

The Kerala police Internal Security wing has collected details revealing that many Internet uploads provoking religious sentiments are mostly from the northern districts in the state. However, there is a decline in the trend in the recent months.

An Internal Security wing official said, the parties supporting the extremist activities find it easy to operate through the Internet. “We are on the drive to track down the persons who uploaded such content in the last three months. Most of these uploads came from the rural parts of Malappuram, Kannur and Kasargod. But such activities have declined as intelligence agencies in the country are frequently monitoring such activities,” the official said.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anindya » 22 Aug 2012 10:09

Four arrested for circulating objectionable SMS in Pune

The Pune police have arrested four persons for allegedly circulating objectionable SMSes with the aim of creating enmity between two religions.

The suspects were identified as Arif Munnawar Khan (47) of Bibvewadi, Mohammed Afzal Abdul Rehman Khan (38) of Bhagyoday Nagar, Kondhwa, Imran Irfan Khan (39) of Sanjay Park, Viman Nagar and Sarfaraz Mohammed Iqbal Khan (32) of Mamta Nagar, Sangvi. They have been booked under Section 153 (a) of the IPC for creating enmity between two groups on grounds of religion and Section 66 (a) (c) of the Information Technology Act. Two offences were registered at the Cantonment and Kondhwa police stations after the attacks on Northeast students and working professionals in the city.

Around 15 youths from the Northeast were attacked or threatened in Pune since August 8 and later thousands left the city. Probe revealed rumours spread through SMSes and a doctored MMS clip had triggered the incidents.

The cyber cell of Pune police found that four suspects were involved in circulating these objectionable SMSes. DCP (cyber cell) Sanjay Shinde said, “All four suspects are well-educated and are employed at different private firms.” The suspects were arrested on Monday.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Virupaksha » 22 Aug 2012 10:56

The peace loving cop killer, Raza academy which had assaulted the cops and molested the woman constables always had the cops in its sights. Their destruction of the symbols of Indian army is only a continuation of their earlier behavior. Infact BOTH molestation and killing was done in 2006.

From 2006
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/charr ... riot/7964/

Hours after two persons were killed in police firing this afternoon in Bhiwandi, the charred bodies of two constables were found in Vanjarpati, about 200 metres from a local police outpost.

Around 2 pm, a mob of about 1,000, mostly members of the Raza Academy, a Muslim religious organisation, stormed the construction site and tried to demolish the partially built building. They also started pelting stones, due to which the police resorted to lathicharge and then opened fire. Bhiwandi DCP R D Shinde and DCP (Special Branch) A S Deshbhratar were among the 14 police officials injured.


If any body want to go more into that violence, you can go through
http://www.rmponweb.org/new-pdf/riotes-bhiwandi.pdf

Female constable attacked:
A female constable Ms. Anita More was attacked and her
uniform was torn apart by the female in the mob. One platoon
of State Reserved Police Force intervened and rescued this
female constable. By this time, the mob had become more
violent and frenzied and in all thirty-five police personnel were
badly injured in the process. As a last resort, the SRPF
personnel finally resorted to fire in the air in which twenty
rounds were fired.
In this firing, (1) Malik Ahmed Abdul Khaliq Momin (Age : 54), a
resident of Chindhisa Durgah, Jaitunpura and (2) Mohammad
Ramzan Mohammad Alam Qureshi (18) succumbed to their
lives and nine got injured.
In nutshell, on 5th July, 2006 a violent mob of 4,50 to 5,000
people under the aegis of Raza Academy attacked the police
station construction and attempted to flatten it.

8.4 Murder of two policemen:
8.4.1 Scenario in Bhiwandi before murder of policemen
Police fired twenty eight rounds after realizing that the mob of
4,500 to 5,000 was increasing becoming uncontrollable after
thirty five policemen got seriously injured including the DCP.
After two of the rioters fell to police bullets, the mob got
scattered and peace prevailed for a while. However, after a brief
lull, the mobs in various other localities of the town started
damaging the police outposts and set couple of state transport
buses on fire and even attacked police vehicles. The police made 22
hardly any attempt to bring the various mobs spearheading in
various localities under control.
8.4.2 Murder of police constables Gangurde & Jagtap :
A) Policemen who were murdered
1. Mr. Balu Sukhdev Gangurde – Police Naik - attached to
Narpoli Station, Age : 48, Buckle No. 4220.
2. Mr. Ramesh Yashwant Jagtap – Police Head Constable –
Bhoiwada Police Station, Age : 45, Buckle : 933.
B) Place of murder : -
Opp. Baug-E-Firdaus Mosque, Khandupada, Road, Bhiwandi
Wada Road, Old Agra Road, Bhiwandi.
C) Time of occurrence: 5th July, 2006 between 9 to 10 PM
D) Scenario at the scene of offence:
A State Transport Bus bearing No. MH – 20 – D – 7551 facing
West of Asiad Type bus is completely gutted in the fire – On
the rear left side of it, a Hero Honda Motor cycle bearing No.
MH – 04 - BE - 6614 lying in burnt condition – Also a four
wheel card turned turtle.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby D Roy » 22 Aug 2012 15:41

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‘Maoist activities will be checked’
Chikmagalur: Aug 20 , 2012 DH News Service

State government has released funds for development work: Minister

District-in-Charge Minister D N Jeevraj said that stringent action will be initiated against Maoists , after holding discussions with the Home Minister and top police officials.

Speaking to mediapersons on the sidelines of 97th birth anniversary of former chief minister Devaraj Urs here on Monday, he said that the State government has released funds to take up development work in Naxal infested areas. The police will continue combing operations inside the forest.

Later at the programme, he said “Urs was a great visionary. He had tried to give justice to the people hailing from backward community.”

To realise the dreams of Urs, the State government has announced a ministry for the backward classes. The government had utilised Rs 50 crore for the development of backward community and minority last year. A sum of Rs 21 lakh has been released for the development of three churches in Chikmagalur.

MLA M P Kumaraswamy said “caste is getting prominence in the society. There are several instances wherein people from backward classes are cheated in the society. There is a need to fight for equality and social justice.”

Equality and social justice have become a dream. The dreams of Urs have not been fulfilled so far. There is a need to take society in a new direction, he said. MLC Gayathri Shanthe Gowda, Zilla Panchayat President Suchitha Narendra, Deputy Commissioner Rangaswamy, Superintendent of Police Shashikumar and others were present.



http://www.deccanherald.com/content/272 ... ecked.html

Seriously, who is in power in Karnataka?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 22 Aug 2012 17:30

D Roy wrote:
You are here: Home » District » ‘Maoist activities will be checked’
‘Maoist activities will be checked’
Chikmagalur: Aug 20 , 2012 DH News Service

State government has released funds for development work: Minister

District-in-Charge Minister D N Jeevraj said that stringent action will be initiated against Maoists , after holding discussions with the Home Minister and top police officials.

Speaking to mediapersons on the sidelines of 97th birth anniversary of former chief minister Devaraj Urs here on Monday, he said that the State government has released funds to take up development work in Naxal infested areas. The police will continue combing operations inside the forest.

Later at the programme, he said “Urs was a great visionary. He had tried to give justice to the people hailing from backward community.”

To realise the dreams of Urs, the State government has announced a ministry for the backward classes. The government had utilised Rs 50 crore for the development of backward community and minority last year. A sum of Rs 21 lakh has been released for the development of three churches in Chikmagalur.

MLA M P Kumaraswamy said “caste is getting prominence in the society. There are several instances wherein people from backward classes are cheated in the society. There is a need to fight for equality and social justice.”

Equality and social justice have become a dream. The dreams of Urs have not been fulfilled so far. There is a need to take society in a new direction, he said. MLC Gayathri Shanthe Gowda, Zilla Panchayat President Suchitha Narendra, Deputy Commissioner Rangaswamy, Superintendent of Police Shashikumar and others were present.



http://www.deccanherald.com/content/272 ... ecked.html

Seriously, who is in power in Karnataka?


Why what is wrong, winning elections today is getting the winning combination today

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RamaY » 22 Aug 2012 17:35

ramana wrote:
ramana wrote:So when is the guy who was picturised smashing the Amar Jawan memorial going to be picked up? he was identified by all and sundry.



I wasnt the only one feeling the pain

http://livefist.blogspot.ca/2012/08/rew ... itary.html

We should atleast raise one lakh to add to the pot.

RB please do the honors.


I contribute Rs 10,000. RBji, pls let us know how and where.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby jiteshn » 22 Aug 2012 21:45

Analysing Latest List of Blocked Sites (Communalism & Rioting Edition) - click url

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 22 Aug 2012 21:52

The tide is turning on the 'restrained' response of the Mumbai Police story.
Essentially the Commissioner's inaction being praised as restraint is leading to disapproval in the force and could lead to mutiny in the ranks. The reason is too many policemen were injured by the roiters and the Commissioner is being seen as a facilatator.
The force discipline could break down.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vishvak » 22 Aug 2012 22:11

An example of 50-60 peaceful with stones, iron rods and swords, shooed away from peaceful protests link
A mob of 50 to 60 young and middle-aged men, armed with stones, iron rods and swords, who were shooed away from Azad Maidan were running towards CST, creating mayhem en route. They were assaulting bystanders, policemen and were even vandalising public property and vehicles
..
Two young police constables, who were battered badly by the mob, came to Gate no 1 and requested me to open the lock. They wanted a safe place to get some rest and I obliged
..
The policemen were asked to stay in the postal drivers’ rest room. After spending a few minutes there, they went further inside the GPO.
According to Madhale, when she came to the main door, she was surprised to spot two uniformed men lying on the veranda of her second-floor flat.

She added, “One of the constable’s trousers were torn and both had been thrashed by the mob with police lathis. They were scared and wanted a place to hide.”

“I was surprised, the constables climbed 80 steps to reach the second floor. After staying there for a few hours, they left the place when the situation was brought under control later in the evening,” said Madhale.

So if this happened to cops, what has the rowdy mobs done to others? Sadly, there are no records even at places at the heart of Mumbai and in spite of video evidences. Murderous assaults are ignored for votebank politics even in Maharashtra.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ShyamSP » 22 Aug 2012 22:11

Looks like some Hindus sites are banned. Some Muslim groups do nasty things, Congress took this chance to ban Hindu sites too.
They seem to be doing with adhoc rules without giving any notices to Hindu sites.


http://www.hindujagruti.org/news/14798.html
"The Congress Government, without giving any ‘Show cause’ notice to Hindu Jnanajagruti Samiti (HJS), or giving it any chance to defend itself, has banned Samiti’s website ‘www.hindujagruti.org’, by terming it highly objectionable..."

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby lakshmikanth » 22 Aug 2012 23:33

^^^ I had posted before about this.
lakshmikanth wrote:^^^ I think the next logical step for the protestors is the control of media.

.....

So the next step for any political crook wanting to make sure that their loot-logistic-network (political network) does not get harmed by the disruption of the 'secular' fabric of the nation, is to suppress the media so that the anger in the majority does not reach critical mass. This has already been done: In Assam and North East.


The CON-loot-mafia will do whatever they can to keep the loot going. The biggest medium term threat to that is Indic self awareness. The short term threat is the Porki-and-3 fliend alliance. The long term threat (which they have not yet figured out), is the devouring of their loot base by the Islamic folks.

The strategy seems to be
1) Appease Porki-and-3 fliends so that they dont rock the boat, cut them a share if possible (as seen with Aman ki Tamasha).
2) Keep the indic elephant sleeping, while you leech off as much as you can.
3) Keep your fingers in the Western pie (and your feet if possible) so that you can move on if the $hit hits the fan.

After doing all this repeatedly for atleast 60 odd years (the Brits really were in control for 90), the CON party still holds on to power. I think its fair to say that we are still colonized.

Until recently I used to think that the indic elephant will awake to reclaim its place in the world. After going through the history of the famines that were caused by the Brits, and our (non) reaction to it, I have come to the conclusion that the Indic elephant is in a coma and not asleep.

The Indic elephant has seen much worse in the near history, each of its cells (citizens) are programmed to absorb pain without reacting. The CON-colonizers of India need not have to ban that website. The elephant wont awake just because of a website in the virtual world of Internet. It needs some REAL kicking in the groin to wake it up. That kick will come in another few decades.

The sad part of being a self aware Indic, is that you watch your mother culture lie in COMA, being slowly eaten up from within by a cancer of mind control devices (desert religions), and psec jihadis. Its like watching a car wreck in slow motion, with all the bloody details.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vishvak » 22 Aug 2012 23:58

Assam riots: Relief camp statistics throw up curious anomalies
The Bodo leadership claims that the number of people is strangely increasing in the relief camps in Dhubri where only Muslims have been sheltered.

As on August 21, there are 1,46,214 people in Dhubri alone while another 1,18,863 people are in the camps of other three districts.

The claim by Dhubri MP and AIUDF chief Baduruddin Ajmal that there were over 5 lakh Muslims in the relief camps has only added to the apprehension of the Bodo leaders. That's why the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) has demanded that the credentials of the inmates of the relief camps should be checked before they are rehabilitated in the BTAD areas.

Deputy Chief of the BTC, Khampa Borgoyari said that the possibility of bringing in "outsiders" to the BTAD area by taking advantage of the situation could not be ruled out as there is something wrong with the figures of the people now staying in the relief camps.

According to our estimate the Muslim population in Kokrajhar is around 2.36 lakh. How can more than 4.5 lakh people reach these camps?


High time the borders are sealed off by the army. Otherwise border states will be completely overrun by infiltrators which could lead to as bad a situation as it is in J&K, before and even during disturbances. Especially during disturbances when focus is to restore order.

Once inside there infiltrators can play havoc. An example from Myanmar:link
Myanmar government authority in Sittwe evacuated ninety eight Hindu refugees from Bengali Muslim dominated refugee camps to downtown Sittwe on Wednesday.

98 people from 18 Hindu families were moved from their current shelter of Thae Chaung and Thak Kay Pron camps to Sittwe city due to increased threats by Bengali Muslim extremists after many reported rapes and attempted rapes and tortures committed by the Bengali Muslims who are majority in the camp.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 23 Aug 2012 01:05

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/a ... 808572.ece


The Mumbai Crime Branch has arrested 19 more youths in the Azad Maidan violence case, taking the total number to 43. Police said on Wednesday that they had substantial evidence to prove that all the arrested persons were involved in the riots on August 11, when a rally to protest violence against the “atrocities” on Muslims in Assam and Myanmar turned violent.

More arrests are likely as the police believe that 80-100 persons were involved in the rioting. The 19 arrests had been made since Tuesday, Mumbai Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Himanshu Roy told reporters here. All are residents of Mumbai and were picked up from Wadala, Govandi, Bandra, Kurla, Andheri.

The youths who desecrated the ‘Amar Jawan’ memorial are still at large.

“The violence was definitely premeditated. We intend to find out if there is a link among all the arrested persons. We need to find out who masterminded the violence,” Mr. Roy said.

Meanwhile, investigation has found that at least two of the five speakers at the rally, spoke aggressively. “We are taking legal opinion on whether the speeches can be categorised as incitement,” a senior police officer said.

For the past two days, the police have been recording the statement of Maulana Niyamat Noori, who was the first to address the crowd. “He is a maulana in a mosque in Bandra East. We are in the process of recording his statement. He does not have any previous record of cases against him,” Mr. Roy said.

The 19 arrested are – Niyazuddin Jaan Mohammad Sheikh (28), Mohammad Hussain Kamruddin Ansari (21), Alam Munazir Khan (22), Syed Yunus Syed Munawar (32), Mohammad Rizwan Mohammad Ismail (19), Mohammad Syed Aziz Idris (25), Liyaqat Hussain (24), Mohammad Imtiyaz (22), Mohammad Anees alias Kallu (25), Amir Yunus Sheikh (19), Ashraf Shirazul Haq (24), Hafeez Ahmed Sheikh (19), Mohammad Aqeeb alias Mulla (32), Parvez Ansari (22), Mohammad Akhtar Mustakhin Shiekh (30), Jawed Shakeel (25), Sheikh Mohammad Yusuf (32), Naushad Rafi Ahmed Khan (32), and Salil Mehtar Sheikh (32).

“All of them have been identified on the basis of evidence. We have analysed and cross-checked many times before making these arrests. Some of them even rioted at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus while going back,” Mr. Roy said.

The police will also examine if any of them molested or manhandled women constables. All of them have been booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code for grave crimes like murder, attempt to murder, and arson.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby nakul » 23 Aug 2012 01:09

It seems MNS rally is bearing small fruits. Let us if they are allowed to ripen...

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vijayk » 23 Aug 2012 01:37

It is interesting that not one of the DDMs is asking the CON alliance if the CON garbage is accusing PAKIs for this Assam/Burma campaign, how come this MAFIA is opening up trade, banks and hugging them tight?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby brihaspati » 23 Aug 2012 04:05

vijayk wrote:It is interesting that not one of the DDMs is asking the CON alliance if the CON garbage is accusing PAKIs for this Assam/Burma campaign, how come this MAFIA is opening up trade, banks and hugging them tight?


No, actually they are not contradictory. The more Pakis do such stuff, the more it becomes necessary to open-up-trade, banks and hugging them tight so that Pakis have a stake in what they supposedlt want to destroy. Think of making your wife and daughter and home more accessible to the neighbourhood goonda - so that he has greater stake in their welfare.

Well in the case of the cong+liberals, it becomes more attractive since its other's wives, daughters and homes that are being made accessible - while they remain secure behind their security, and see onlee the profits from financial flows.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anindya » 23 Aug 2012 05:53

Ex-scribe detained for 'sending threat SMSes' over Assam riots

A former journalist, who allegedly forwarded threat SMSes pertaining to the recent incidents in Assam and Myanmar, was detained on Wednesday for questioning, police said. The man, identified as Shanawaz Hussain, used to work as a journalist earlier.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 23 Aug 2012 06:03

Wonder how many of these were involved in hosting Daoud Gilani and his friend Rana?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Dipanker » 23 Aug 2012 06:08

Anindya wrote:Ex-scribe detained for 'sending threat SMSes' over Assam riots

A former journalist, who allegedly forwarded threat SMSes pertaining to the recent incidents in Assam and Myanmar, was detained on Wednesday for questioning, police said. The man, identified as Shanawaz Hussain, used to work as a journalist earlier.


Probably worked for TOI. I suspect there are many like him working at TOI given the amount of anti national items published by the paper.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 23 Aug 2012 06:15

nakul wrote:It seems MNS rally is bearing small fruits. Let us if they are allowed to ripen...

MNS seems to have realized there is a power struggle going on.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kshatriya » 23 Aug 2012 06:34

Mumbai Cops should go the Coimbatore Cops Way (97-98) and put these guys in their place. Its been 15 years and seculars have been behaving properly with the Police Force

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 23 Aug 2012 08:37

kshatriya wrote:Mumbai Cops should go the Coimbatore Cops Way (97-98) and put these guys in their place. Its been 15 years and seculars have been behaving properly with the Police Force

^^ IIRC, that is one of the first things which will happen if INC-NCP combo goes out of power and new govt comes in with the police getting their earlier "restraint/secular" constraints removed.

The lower rungs of police will have long memories( and will even know most of the rioters by face/name) and will vent it out the day little bit of artificial political shackles currently in place due to INC rule are removed.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby lakshmikanth » 23 Aug 2012 09:47

Hindu-shaming in full force.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 609191.cms

Obvious question is are the rest 80% secular hate groups???

After going through the comments I have realized one thing, there is a clear split between a self respecting Indics vs self-hating hindu psecs. This strategy is NOT aimed to appease the minority. Its aimed to keep the "market share" of the majority psec voters who vote for the dynasty intact.

A simple news article like this will polarize the majority into psecs (majority) vs self-respecting-Indic(minority). It will prevent both groups from empathizing with each other and exchanging ideas. It will increase othering in both groups. Thereby the psecs would be voting for INC with even more vigor, when pushed to the wall with evidence.

Some well researched social engineering going behind the scenes. In the far future, if the Indics ever survive, INC will be considered just an extension of the Briturd rule, with a thin layer of democracy to hold for a fig leaf.

We are all minorities in India, not minorities in numbers, but in the nations "market-share" of who runs it and how its run.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anindya » 23 Aug 2012 10:16

Lull over, Assam witnesses fresh violence

After a brief lull, fresh violence was reported from Assam’s Dhubri district on Wednesday even as bodies of two Assamese people were recovered, one from Howrah in West Bengal and another from Gossaigaon in Kokrajhar district....

“Seven people from Muslim-dominated Bangaldoba village had gone to a nearby beel (water body) for fishing as part. Suddenly, there was some firing on them from the hillside. Five of them managed to flee, of which one sustained bullet injuries. Two others are reportedly missing,” the inspector general of police LR Bishnoi told DNA.

He said the police were yet to ascertain the identity of the assailants. “The incident could be a result of internal economic rivalry also. Our personnel are at the spot,” Bishnoi added.

Meanwhile, bruised body of one Bhupen Taid of Dhakuakhana was recovered from Howrah. He was returning home from Tamil Nadu where he was working as a security guard. With this, bodies of eight Assamese youth, all believed to have been killed in connection with the ethnic riots, were recovered from outside the state

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem » 23 Aug 2012 10:26

Dheere Dheere bol, GOI suun Na lay
GOI suunn n ley, bhai Suun Na lay.
Public vote diya tha Desh Rakhne ko
Tunne Desh ko Jalla ke rakh diya !!
Par

Desh jalta hai tho Jalne de, Annsoo naa baha faryad na karr
Desh jalta hai tho Jalne de
Subb se barri Rajmatta orr Pseudo secularism hai
Tuun inke Khilaf aawaz na kar!!
Mulk jalta hai tho Jalne dei

Dharm Sharm ke na issue ootha
Internet Hindu ko naa orr Jalla
Desh Jalta hai,,
Hum Aaas lagaye baithe thai,
Kii 47 mei hum Azad hue
Yaan Indian Civilization ko baccha jao
Yaan Kehdo ki Brown Sahib ki Aulad hai subb,

Desh jalta hai ....


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