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Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 27 Aug 2012 23:34
by Anindya
Abdi's one sided rant against Bodos and other threats


The Bodos chose the terror path .... {not some Bodos or a select few, but ALL}

Wajahat Habibullah, one of India’s most respected civil servants who now heads the National Commission for Minorities (NCM), has given the prime minister in writing that there is every danger of the Muslims in BTAD becoming militants in the future if their security is not ensured. The NCM report submitted after visiting Assam states that jehadi elements from the rest of the country might start sending lethal weapons to the troubled region if remedial action is not taken quickly. Devabrata, on the other hand, invoked Shakespeare. “The bard wrote that something is rotten in the state of Denmark. The same can be said about Assam today.”


Has anyone seen a article on what the Bangladeshis are doing to Hindus and Buddhists and what it means to invite such a culture into India?

Some past references on Abdi the journalist...
Abdi and Alam accused of rape and arrested

Co-rapist married the victim to get Abdi and himself out of a mess

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 00:00
by ramana
Violence defamed Assam internationally: Shinde

I guess the NE exodus by trains increased the prestige of India internationally?

What an idiot.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 00:11
by Anindya
From The Assam Tangle

Last week, the union home ministry identified 14 such radical outfits in Assam—Muslim Security Council of Assam, United Liberation Militia of Assam, Islamic Liberation Army of Assam, Muslim Volunteer Force, Muslim Liberation Army, Muslim Security Force, Islamic Sevak Sangh, Islamic United Reformation Protest of India, Revolutionary Muslim Commandos, Muslim Tiger Force, Muslim Liberation Front, Muslim Liberation Tigers of Assam, Muslim United Liberation Front of Assam and Muslim United Liberation Tigers of Assam.


Why so many Islamic terrorist groups in Assam - how many of them are asking for sovereignty ?

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 00:23
by ramana
Yet Shinde seems to blame the Bodos for defaming Assam's name internationally!

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 02:23
by Prem
Something There Is That Doesn’t Love a Wall
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/28/opini ... J6kBWCrdwJ

Over the past decade, some the world’s leading democracies built walls and fences on their borders. The United States, India and Israel — often respectively described as the world’s oldest democracy, the world’s largest democracy, and the most stable democracy in the Middle East — built 3,500 miles of walls and fences; enough to stretch all the way from New York to Los Angeles. All three countries contend that they are walling out terrorists. The Israeli government officially calls their wall the “anti-terrorist fence.” In congressional debates about the U.S. Secure Fence Act of 2006, supporters repeatedly linked the fence to terrorism, as Representative David Dreier said, “I hate the idea of our having to put up a fence. The fact of the matter is we have no choice. We have no choice because this week, as we marked the fifth anniversary of Sept. 11th, we are in the midst of a global war on terror. We face the threat of someone who would like to do us in coming across our border

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 03:20
by ramana
Any updates on the two vandals who destroyed the Amar Jawan memorial in the riots?

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 03:38
by Anindya
Court discharges three in azad maidan violence case

Its entirely possible that many of those arrested have very weak cases against them or are entirely innocent - the guys doing the actual violence have fled the city thanks for to the moratorium on their arrest.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 06:50
by SSridhar
IIT-M develops a sensitive TNT sensor
Identifying TNT explosives present at a very low concentration — nine molecules — has become possible with a nanostructure-sized sensor developed by T. Pradeep of the Department of Chemistry, IIT Madras.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 10:23
by Aditya_V
ramana wrote:Any updates on the two vandals who destroyed the Amar Jawan memorial in the riots?


In which world are you, In the world of the INC, these are like A.Roy,BD, Harsh Mander, Binayek Sen, Teesta and Meena Kandaswamy- they are fit for Pdma shri in the name of tolerence.

No way these guys will pay for this crime unless they indulge in further crimes and are caught red handed.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 11:17
by shyamd
ramana wrote:Any updates on the two vandals who destroyed the Amar Jawan memorial in the riots?

They have arrested one Abdul Qadir this morning for that.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 11:28
by Aditya_V
shyamd wrote:
ramana wrote:Any updates on the two vandals who destroyed the Amar Jawan memorial in the riots?

They have arrested one Abdul Qadir this morning for that.


I am waiting to see how he is the victim of Right wing fascists and his relatives come on TV to state how this 'Mausum' should be released.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 17:00
by sum
Mumbai: A 19-year-old youth, one of the two who allegedly desecrated the Amar Jawan memorial during the August 11 violence in Mumbai, was today arrested after being picked up from his hideout in Bihar, police said.

“Abdul Quadir Mohammed Younus Ansari, an unemployed youth, was picked up from Sitamarhi in Bihar yesterday. He was preparing to flee to Nepal when he was apprehended,” said joint Police Commissioner (crime) Himanshu Roy.

Subsequently, he was brought to Mumbai today and placed under arrest, following which he was produced before a
local court which remanded him in police custody till 4 September, Roy added.

How does a "unemployed youth" go all the way to bihar from Mumbai and also plan to head out to Nepal? Must have been trying to escape to TSP from there!

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 17:29
by Aditya_V
Anindya wrote:Abdi's one sided rant against Bodos and other threats


The Bodos chose the terror path .... {not some Bodos or a select few, but ALL}

Wajahat Habibullah, one of India’s most respected civil servants who now heads the National Commission for Minorities (NCM), has given the prime minister in writing that there is every danger of the Muslims in BTAD becoming militants in the future if their security is not ensured. The NCM report submitted after visiting Assam states that jehadi elements from the rest of the country might start sending lethal weapons to the troubled region if remedial action is not taken quickly. Devabrata, on the other hand, invoked Shakespeare. “The bard wrote that something is rotten in the state of Denmark. The same can be said about Assam today.”


Has anyone seen a article on what the Bangladeshis are doing to Hindus and Buddhists and what it means to invite such a culture into India?

Some past references on Abdi the journalist...
Abdi and Alam accused of rape and arrested

Co-rapist married the victim to get Abdi and himself out of a mess



Was the victim from ROP or other religion, from the psenoym Rucika Agarwal , I think the woman was majority community, Abdi facilitated rape so that she can marry and convert and coem to ROP, now marraige happenned, case withdrawn.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 19:37
by Hiten
Praveen Swami: The Jihadist Movement in India: Its Politics, Practice and Prospects
http://t.co/QLdD7Lhx
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxPeqVPKAsw

disturbing
P.S: Israel has a program to take IMs to its country, exposing them to tech developed by them

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 21:58
by ramana
Aditya_V, Learn to be open and share the optimism of India.

Smashing Amar Jawan is a redline and the police will get the perpetrators.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 22:48
by D Roy
Exactly. The Police will never pass up this CBM they can give to the Army. The two will be rounded up and the law will take its course. :twisted:

BTW, the IA, IN, ICG and IAF are all involved in a major buildup in WB and it isn't only for Chicom.

The politics of NE changed this year for good. A clear message has been sent to the BDs if one sees beyond the political tamasha of sickular and kommunal.

It will become apparent by and by.

All BD delusions of 'zone of influence' are being smashed. Instead BD is an Indian zone of influence. Amrika accepts but wants new U2 base :wink: if you know what I am saying. Dilli says only if you agree to x,y,z. let's see what Amrika agrees to.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 22:58
by V_Raman
the mughalistan project just had a severe irreversible setback. me thinks, the hands were shown too early...

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 28 Aug 2012 23:17
by Victor
Aurangabad police commissioner Sanjay Kumar on Monday evening released booklet containing names and addresses of 290 students from north eastern states in Aurangabad and also names of police officers to whom they could approach.

Link

Why would the police do this and essentially hand out a list of potential targets?

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 29 Aug 2012 00:56
by sudarshan
V_Raman wrote:the mughalistan project just had a severe irreversible setback. me thinks, the hands were shown too early...


Just what I was saying earlier, though I was saying it from gut-feel, not any real knowledge of the situation. INC tactics currently seem to be in desperation mode, including what they're doing with the Ghar nu Ghar scheme in Guj. Vinaasha kaale vipareeta buddhi, and all that.

This current dynasty is on its last legs, and true to its name, is "dying nasty" onlee. Good riddance, and let's hope (and work to see that) no new dynasty springs up in the aftermath.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 29 Aug 2012 00:57
by Virupaksha
IMHO, things are going to get much much worse before we get to see the light at the end of tunnel.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 29 Aug 2012 10:22
by Patni
Teen who vandalised Amar Jawan memorial arrested from Bihar

The crime branch on Tuesday said they have arrested one of the two men who vandalised the Amar Jawan memorial during the mob violence at Azad Maidan on August 11. Police arrested Abdul Qadir Mohammed Ansari, 19, from Sitamadi in Bihar. Joint commissioner of police, crime, Himanshu Roy said Ansari was trying to escape to Nepal when he was arrested.

Police had put the two accused on top of their list of people to be arrested for the violence, which left two dead and 63 injured. A local court has remanded Ansari in police custody till September 4.

A resident of Jogeshwari (East), the 19-year-old escaped from city after newspapers carried photographs that showed him damaging the memorial. “He took the Muzafapur Express and stayed with his relatives in Bihar,” said an official from the crime branch, requesting anonymity.

Police traced his location and a crime branch team was flown to Bihar on Monday. Sources said Ansari had been alerted about the possibility of his arrest, and was about to cross into Nepal when the crime branch team arrested him and brought him back to the city.

Police sources said Ansari is unemployed and his father teaches at a madarssa in Jogeshwari. He has five brothers and two sisters. Two of his brothers are maulavis in Uttar Pradesh; one is a maulavi in the city; one works at a mobile repair shop, while the youngest one is studying in school.



The bolded part suggestes that Mumbai crime branch is monitored by enemy of the state and can be one of reason that made organiser of mob violance, at azad maiden and against mumbai police on 11th, feel confident that they can get away with it! I sure wish that police also traces people who helped him in running away from law! It sure isnt standard procedure for local cops to be flown to other part to nab a culprit so cudos to mumbai police for managing to stay one step ahead in this case and grabbing ansari before he becomes yet another honoured guest of pakis!

Revelations reinforce instigation theory

Revelations by Abdul Qadir Mohammed Ansari, who was arrested on Monday, and Tabrez Mohammad Jamal Sayyed, who was apprehended a day earlier, give further evidence of a conspiracy to sabotage the Azad Maidan rally, police sources have claimed. A senior crime branch officer told HT on Tuesday that the information provided by the duo pointed to a plot hatched by hardline Islamic groups to create trouble. HT was the first to report that the violence was not just an emotional outburst, but a conspired act.

Sources claimed that Ansari, a regular at a madarsa in Jogeshwari, was part of a large group motivated into sabotaging the rally. Several preachers addressed students at the madarsa on different occasions, highlighting alleged persecution of Muslims across the world, and exhorting revenge.

The source also said the students were exposed to several doctored images and provocative speeches. Meetings for the preparation of violence at the rally followed at several other places too. Many from the group eventually took part in the violence.

Joint commissioner of police, crime, Himanshu Roy, confirmed that Ansari, like many in his group, had attended the motivational sessions at Jogeshwari, which formed a part of the larger conspiracy.

Sources said that on August 8, the other accused Tabrez attended a similar meeting in south-central Mumbai. Police have recovered video clippings of the meeting from his cell phone.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 29 Aug 2012 15:17
by nawabs
Strong under-current against India in Kashmir, warns IPS officer

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_st ... er_1734000
Senior IPS officer NC Asthana of CRPF was on Tuesday at the centre of a controversy over his remarks that there was a ‘strong under-current against India’ in Kashmir, prompting the home ministry to say that action would be taken, if required.

Fifty two-year-old Asthana, a 1986 batch IPS officer from Kerala, has penned down a book India’s Internal Security: The Actual Concerns along with his wife Anjali Nirmal, which speaks about his tenure in the Valley during 2010 unrest.

When contacted, a spokesperson of the ministry of home affairs said, “MHA is seized of the matter. We are examining the content of the book. If required, action will be taken.”

Though security honchos in Jammu and Kashmir were taken aback by his comments, separatists have hailed his remarks as a ‘realistic’ assessment of the situation.Leading the charge is Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who has asked New Delhi to pay heed to ‘people full of conscience’ and solve the Kashmir issue as per the wishes and aspirations of the people of the state.

“Asthana’s assessment is based on facts which New Delhi is not able to come to terms with. New Delhi can rule the people but it cannot win their hearts. New Delhi should accept the truth on Kashmir because it will not only help in solving the riddle but will directly and indirectly benefit crores of people,” said Ayaz Akbar, Hurriyat spokesman.

Independent MLA from Langate Sheikh Abdul Rasheed aka Engineer Rasheed called Asthana a brave officer who has made ‘realistic’ observations on Kashmir. “There have been several examples when retired civil and police officers have shown the bravery by speaking truth on Kashmir. He is the first serving officer who has spoken out truth and made the realistic observation on Kashmir,” he said.

The ruling National Conference (NC) however termed Asthana as ‘non-entity’ and refused to comment on his remarks. “Kashmir is a political issue and only politicians can put forth their comments. Asthana is no body and his remarks merit no comments,” Tanvir Sadiq, NC spokesman told DNA.

Nayeem Akthar, PDP chief spokesman, told DNA, “It is one of the views that have come from senior officer who has been handling situation at ground zero.”

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 29 Aug 2012 17:36
by svenkat
Serving police officers cannot shut their eyes to ground reality.JNU cabal and Delhi babus and sikular nethas and paid media can spin stories without any relation to facts.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 05:11
by krisna
Assam: How Ulfa terrorism altered demographic pattern
Hope this is not posted.

A book titled Assam Terrorism and the Demographic Chal-lenge (Centre for Land Warfare Studies-Knowledge World), written by me and published in 2009, assumes greater relevance in the light of the recent riots in Kokrajhar. It dwells on how the demographic pattern of at least eight districts in Assam got adversely altered over two decades of terrorism by United Liberation Front of Assom (Ulfa), when its leaders were hiding in Bangladesh.

The agitation culminated in the Assam Accord signed by the central government and representatives of All Assam Students Union (AASU), which was largely an economic package. The Illegal Migration Determination by Tribunal (IMDT) Act enacted by the ruling Congress in 1983, replacing the Foreigner’s Act of 1946, was clearly driven by political agenda of vote bank. It virtually regularised illegal migrants from Bangladesh who migrated into India up to March, 1971 and even beyond. Peace was bought through a financial package on one hand, and status-quo prevailed in terms of accepting Bangladeshis who migrated before March, 1971 as Indian citizens on the other. The vote bank was saved. Constitutionality of such an accord between a students union and central government was never questioned.
This Act made it almost impossible for a Bangladeshi migrant to be deported from Assam. Under the Act, the onus of establishing nationality rested not on the illegal migrant, not on the government, but on an individual who had to pay a fee to lodge a complaint to a stipulated jurisdiction. It took 22 years for the Supreme Court to repeal IMDT Act as un-constitutional in 2005.

As I had assessed in early 1992, Barua and gang soon came into the strong grip of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) detachment in Bangladesh. The Ulfa escapees not only became conduits for ISI to enter India ’s Northeast region to establish contacts with other violent groups there, but also became its great assets for anti-India activities. Ulfa became an effective tool of the ISI for pursuing its aim of inducting and settling illegal Bangladeshi migrants in various parts into Assam, raising new madarasas and controlling old ones and trying to convert ethnic Assamese Muslims to fundamentalism, creating communal tension, circulating fake Indian currency, trafficking arms and narcotics, sabotaging installations-particularly rail and oil- and public services, assassinations and massacres and generally spreading terror. Whenever Ulfa felt the heat of Army operations, its oft-repeated ploy was to cry out for ceasefire and negotiation, only to get respite and reorganise itself.

According to news reports, the recent July-August 2012 riots between Bodos and non-Bodos/non-Assamese in Kokrajhar, being referred to as “Bangladeshis/Mians from Bangladesh” and its neighbouring districts have left 77 killed and about 3,78,045 people rendered homeless. This being an official figure, no one knows how many more people have taken shelter in the safe zones. Out of the displaced, 2,66,700 are Muslims and 1,11,345 are Bodos. They are in 235 relief camps spread across four districts of the state. Of the 235 camps, 99 camps are for Bodo residents and 136 camps are for Muslim residents. Dhubri district has 90 relief camps, Kokrajhar has 71, Chirang has 62 and Bongaigaon has 12. School and college summer-breaks have been extended. According to news reports and visuals from networks, many of these camps are a living hell. Till some days ago, there were reportedly only 117 doctors available for almost 4,00,000 displaced people in these camps, where at least 8,000 children were reported to be sick. :( With very little or no water, very few toilets and nothing more than only rice to eat, there seems scant hope of any improvement in the health and hygiene.

A senior journalist based in Guwahati, working for a national daily, who visited Kokrajhar soon after the riots erupted reflected general concern when he remarked while speaking to me: “If Bodos, considered quite fierce, have been targeted, what will be the plight of non-Bodos/ Assamese…. No one wants to go back to their villages…. “Bodoland is our birth right” is the slogan written on bus stops and walls of buildings.”

The large gathering at Mumbai’s Azad Maidan protesting against what transpired against Muslims in Assam and Burma can very likely be attributed to the well-established Pak ISI and Mumbai underworld connection cemented by Dawood Ibrahim in 1993, prior to the Mumbai blasts.
What is ironic is that both the Centre and Assam government, led by chief minister Tarun Gogoi, are now enthusiastically negotiating with the so-called pro-talks faction of Ulfa, whose members actively catalysed and greatly boosted the process of illegal migration by Bangladeshis and also got them settled in many areas by terrorising/massacring Assamese and non-Assamese-speaking communities during the two decades till the Bangladesh Nationalist Party was in power.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 05:13
by krisna
India's north-eastern Naga groups in 'evict Muslims' call
Tribal groups in India's north-eastern Nagaland state have said they will evict Muslim Bangladeshi migrants "illegally settled on our lands".

Tensions have been rising in the north-east following clashes between indigenous Bodos and Muslims in neighbouring Assam state in July.

Thousands of people from the north-east have also fled many Indian cities after threats of revenge attacks by Muslims.

Over the years, the Bengali Muslim population in Nagaland has grown
.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 05:52
by RoyG
If the government doesn't do it, the people will.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 08:15
by RamaY
Well a foreigner is a foreigner is a foreigner. No matter who s/he is.

Perhaps we should ask people - If poverty, oppression and exploitation is common all over the world, why becoming slaves of desert ideologies?

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 08:17
by Abhi_G
There will be a mix-up with the Bengali Hindu migrant, who of course has no backup.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 08:20
by sum
Some major clean-up operations seem to be on in Karnataka ( with UP police help):
Nine held in State for ‘terror links’

In a joint operation, Uttar Pradesh police and Bangalore City Crime Branch police on Wednesday arrested nine youths from Bangalore and Hubli on charges of involving in ‘anti-national’ activities.

Four were picked up from Keshwapur and Old Hubli areas in Hubli in the wee hours of Wednesday and five from Bangalore.

The police have recovered computers and other electronic gadgets from them. Unconfirmed sources in Hubli said the youths were arrested in connection with a bomb blast. Imran Bahadduri, Dr Zakir Hussain Sheikh, Wayid Hussain Kanakannavar, all residents of Keshwapur and Zafar Iqbal Sollapuri of Old Hubli were picked up from their homes.

The team, headed by CCB inspector N B Sakri, took the arrested persons to Bangalore for further investigation. The local police were kept out of the loop.

In Bangalore, police reportedly picked up five men living in a rented room in Mubarak Mohalla in Munireddy Palya in the early hours of Wednesday.

Local residents told Deccan Herald that three plainclothesmen drove up in a car and picked up the five men living in a second floor rented flat. They were later identified as Mohammed Yusuf, Riyaz, two brothers -Shoaib and Ijaz - and Muthi-ur-Rehman Siddiqui. Bangalore police, however, were tightlipped

One of these five arrested from B'luru is a Deccanherald reporter.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 10:51
by Virupaksha
5 arrested in a joint op by Bangalore and UP police for either rumor mongering or bangalore blasts.

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/benga ... 120830.htm

Unconfirmed reports that one of the arrested is a deccan herald journo , Mutu rahman Siddiqui.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 17:39
by Hari Seldon
12000 take to Jorhat streets demanding deportation of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants

Why is TOI reporting this? Must've slipped through their editorial cracks.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 18:28
by rkirankr
Hari Seldon wrote:12000 take to Jorhat streets demanding deportation of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants

Why is TOI reporting this? Must've slipped through their editorial cracks.



I think there should be a rally in every city demanding deportation of illegal Bangladesh migrants. A message has to be driven across population that how they are taking away our (whether Hindu, Muslim or any other community) jobs and livelihood. Then GOI will not be able to ignore it.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 30 Aug 2012 21:34
by krisna
Image

a picture is worth 1000 words.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 00:59
by member_23367
ramanaji,I may be wrong,but could the riots by muslims in Assam & Mumbai been instigated by KSA et all as a trailer and put pressure on India to deliver at NAM meeting?I know this is wierd but what gives..

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 01:44
by kshatriya
So DRDO is now infiltrated ?

Busted LeT module planned to create havoc in K'taka

The probe by the Bengaluru police in coordination with the special cell of the Delhi [ Images ] police has revealed that the team of 10 persons from the Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami and the Lashkar-e-Tayiba [ Images ] had split into two groups to carry out a series of operations in Karnataka [ Images ]. The police had busted the module earlier in the day.

The journalist, Muthiur Rehman, Ejaz Mirza, a research scientist at the Defence Research and Development Organisation and three others were assigned with the task of killing a few journalists in Bengaluru.

The other five who were arrested from Hubli were tasked with the job of killing politicians in Karnataka. A 9 mm pistol and a hard drive have been seized from the arrested.

The hard drive, which is still being examined by the police, is said to contain some important material and belongs to Rehman.

Sources say that the operation was being looked into by handlers in Saudi Arabia and these persons were in constant touch with them regarding the operation. Although their operation looks very Karnataka-specific at the moment, the police want to find out if this group had connections outside the state as well.

The Delhi police is likely to seek a transit remand of these persons and take them in for questioning.

Although the police have said that they have been arrested in connection with these assassination plots, they are also looking to find out if this group had planned more subversive activities in other parts of the state of Karnataka and the rest of the country.

The police say that they were targetting personalities including journalists who they perceived to be anti-Islamic.

"They were gathering material against these persons, and were monitoring their speeches and articles. Only after this a hit list was been drawn out," said an official.

The police will also look for clues with regard to the recent panic SMS campaign after the Assam riots. A police official said that this group has been in Karnataka for a long time.

But the fact that the arrested persons have a journalist and a research scientist among them, indicates that the perpetrators needed educated persons in the plot, as they wanted to ensure that the operation was foolproof and deadly



Police said all had links with Lashkar-e-Taiba and Harkat-ul-Jihadal-Islami. Ejaz Mohammed Mirza, one of the men arrested, works for Airborne Early Warning and Control System, a DRDO division, sources in central intelligence and state home ministry said.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 02:30
by Anindya
Ahmedabad serial blasts: Mujib Shaikh planted bomb near tuition class

In a horrifying disclosure that will surely give you the goose bumps, one of the accused in the Ahmedabad serial blasts case of July 2008, Mujib Shaikh, has confessed of planting a bomb near a tution class so as to kill kids and add as many figures to the casualty list. Mujib confessed before police that he had chosen Maninagar crossroads as one of the spots to plant a bomb to target children who come for their tuitions daily at a complex located there.

...
Shaikh had personally visited the two spots chosen near Maninagar crossroads and had also assisted Shakeel Nishar to plant the bomb at one place and Zeeshan Ahmed at the other.

According to police, Shaikh had selected both the spots as they were also in close proximity of stalls vending paan-gutkha and tea, thus increasing their potential to inflict as many casualties as possible. According to police, Shaikh has told them that after having planted the bombs he reached Kalupur Railway Station to catch a train for Delhi.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 02:43
by brihaspati
krisna wrote:India's north-eastern Naga groups in 'evict Muslims' call
Tribal groups in India's north-eastern Nagaland state have said they will evict Muslim Bangladeshi migrants "illegally settled on our lands".

Tensions have been rising in the north-east following clashes between indigenous Bodos and Muslims in neighbouring Assam state in July.

Thousands of people from the north-east have also fled many Indian cities after threats of revenge attacks by Muslims.

Over the years, the Bengali Muslim population in Nagaland has grown
.


If there is a Muslim-Christian confrontation in the NE - that is when the GOI and congrez will be paralyzed to take any action. Congrez will only take action against, [or will be allowed to take action by any inspirational influence from outside] if its not a Muslim, or Christian affiliation involved on one or both sides of a conflict.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 02:43
by Anindya
Another rioter arrested for damaging Amar Jawan

Identified as Shahbaz Abdul Kadir Sheikh, 20, he was arrested Thursday from Mahim in south central Mumbai.

Two others - Fausef Sheikh, 20, and Faizal Mohammed Hussain, 18 - were also arrested from different parts of Mumbai for violence, taking the tally of arrests to 58 in the case, said Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Himanshu Roy.

Giving information about the damages caused to public property, including BEST buses, media and police vans, Roy said that the total value of damages caused is Rs.2.12 crore and that might go up in the future.

The losses will be recovered from those responsible, according to Section 51A of Bombay Police Act, he added.

Shahbaz, who is also a resident of Jogeshwari, has a criminal record and was arrested in 2006 in a theft case. He will be presented before a magistrate court Friday.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 04:09
by Anindya
SIMI Leader Nachan's Kin Held for Alleged ISI Links

The son and nephew of Saquib Nachan, former SIMI leader and an accused in the Mulund bomb blast case, were arrested by Thane police crime branch officials today.

His son Shamil Nachan and his cousin Akhis were arrested by the Thane police for their alleged links with the Pakistani spy agency ISI and the terror outfit Indian Mujahideen.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 04:12
by kshatriya
^^So what really happens to all these guys who are arrested ? Are they released after a while to succeed their goals a second time ?

If there is solid proof of their involvement, How long can they be locked up ?

Is there indefinite detention in India ?