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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Muppalla » 06 Aug 2014 05:29

anchal wrote:BJP is going to lose UP soon. Hindus are just not safe. Imagine the plight, yesterday certain community fired on hapless devotees distributing prasad in the West. Police is yadavised, and media covers up. BJP is in statesman mode. Arun Jaitely gives his first major interview to NDTV!

What holds back Modi from issuing a concrete warning to Mulayam. The guy is corrupt to the core. If Italian mafia could keep him on leash for 10 years, this government cannot?! And why cannot BJP impose President's rule. If the motion falls in Rajya Sabha let it be. At least UP Hindus would see who stands where. What a shame this government has been thus far. Not even entrenched babus in Dilli have been removed. Modi sir, ye dilli hai, gayab ho jaoge


Who will win when BJP loses to make Hindus safe? Will it be Maya again?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby anchal » 06 Aug 2014 11:29

Maya which BJP would sheepishly support from 50 odd MLAs that they would win. I can see palpable frustration with this government even in apolitical people who voted Modi. He has the clear mandate in history but actually is implementing UPA policies with better efficiency! The mandate was for change and disruption not stasis maintained by CON regime. What takes my goat is even IAS lobby is retained three months after swearing-in!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 06 Aug 2014 12:23

Anchal-> if the masses dont have faith for 15 years to destroy the Colonial-INC system implemented and don't want to take responsibilty for voting Maya and SP to power, then they will get what they deserve.

They have voted for INC for 40 plus years, when BJP finally won in early 1990's, INC responded by creating SP and BSP. Go see election trends and see how within 2 years of BJP defeating INC in UP in 1991 elections, suddenly Mayawati joins BSP, ursepes Kanshi RAM, similarly SP also comes into vogue.

If the people of UP have not learnt from voting for SP/BSP?INC combine for 20 years and want miracles from BJP. then it is their fate.

This is like a Pakistani argument to uncle, helps us or we will become talibinisized, clear all the ills in 6 months or we will commit suicide by voting for INC/SP/BSP combine.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby anchal » 06 Aug 2014 12:47

Aditya saar, people understand it takes time. But do you not believe this government could have issued one statement from the highest office assuring justice (which never comes anyway)? Please remember men / women on street who are being harassed have voted in this government with great hope. In UP at least, BJP got votes more for security in the Western part at least. And controlling Mulayam it is not that tough but required getting out of stateman mode. Ranjeet Sinha as CBI director is a joke!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Paul » 06 Aug 2014 13:20

anchal wrote: What takes my goat is even IAS lobby is retained three months after swearing-in!


This strategy of retaining the old guard while removing the top layer has been implemented successfully in other countries. Macarthur did this in Japan and this was used in Germany too. If what you are suggesting were to be implemented by NaMo, the results will not be too different from what we see in Iraq where that idiot Paul Bremmer disbanded the entire Baathist structure and the results are there for all of us to see.

BTW....IIRC Nehru wanted to disband the ICS structure after independence but SP was in favor of retaining them.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 06 Aug 2014 20:02

SanjayC wrote:From Twitter:
The Sardar who stood up to the Mob in #Saharanpur is no more, God bless his soul, true hero



TOIlet laments

Sahranpur main accused arrested

LUCKNOW: The main accused for instigating clashes in Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh which left three people killed and dozens injured has been arrested along with six of his accomplices, police said on Thursday.

Moharram Ali allegedly incited a mob to pelt stones and fire at the Sikhs and had opened fire at Sahastra Pal, a constable who is battling for his life in a city hospital.

Danish, Mohd Irshad, Mohd Abid, Mohd Shahid and Haji Mohammed Irfan have also been arrested for inciting and abetting violence. Violent clashes had erupted between the Sikhs and Muslims in Saharanpur last week.


Police said the main accused was behind the gherao at the Qutubsher police station when the two sides were talking out the matter related to a land dispute, in the presence of senior police officials.

The mob gathered outside the police station had gone on a rampage, firing at people, burning shops and vehicles and pelting stones.

Moharram Ali alias Pappu has confessed to inciting the mob, an official told IANS.

Senior superintendent of police Rajesh Pandey confirmed the arrest and said raids were being conducted at various places to arrest others guilty of inciting the clashes.

"We have identified the culprits behind the mindless violence through CCTV camera footage and soon they will be brought to justice," the official told IANS.

Gangster Act and the National Security Act (NSA) would be slapped on the people behind the violence, a district official said.

Meanwhile, a curfew continues to be in place but has been relaxed in select areas for five hours.

These places include Janakpuri, Sadar bazaar, Kotwali Nagar and Qutub Sher, inspector general Amrendra Senger said.

A dispute over a piece of land followed by a court order had triggered off violent clashes in the city. Paramilitary forces were called in to bring back peace and contain violence. :?:




Very clearly the District Adminstration had passive oversight of the situation as it was developing.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Paul » 06 Aug 2014 20:04

^^Looks like the scum is Shia. Shows they are no less peaceful than the Deobandis.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 06 Aug 2014 20:09

Paul,
What the story does not report is the accused had been apid to incite the riot. The crux of the matter is UP Muslims think they can riot for pay. This is not a religious riot.
Some goons were paid to start a riot and forcebly occupy Gurdwara lands.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby habal » 06 Aug 2014 22:25

this looks like work of some sociology researchers, nobody in UP has the brains to think up something like this. These so-called 'riots' in UP are very fishy, somebody very influential is involved and is connected to MSY govt also to restrain them. I would like to probe role of US embassy here. They have the motive as well as the resources to connect and make a third rate leader like MSY beholden to them as well as restrain a new govt in centre.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SanjayC » 06 Aug 2014 22:26

^^^^ Exactly my thoughts. These riots very fishy and artificial. Some big power, most probably Goras, behind this.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby habal » 06 Aug 2014 22:31

Jats vs Muslims; Sikhs vs Muslims ..

if I were a meddlesome outsider, grown up on diet of spartans and 300 braves, I may well come up with something like this .. there are a lot of stereotypes involved here and these stereotypes do not appeal to desis. It may well appeal to someone from outside, and it ain't the pakis since they can neither think straight nor stand up on their own. This is somebody who is more well settled in his den and thinking up one idea and has the resources to implement them.

this is basically failure of IB/NSA.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prem » 06 Aug 2014 23:44

In Unpredictable India, Security Services Embrace the Drone Revolution

http://time.com/3084645/india-drones-se ... anitarian/

South Asia's diverse topography, chaotic overpopulation and vast, unplanned cities make drones especially usefulLate last month, a land dispute in Saharanpur, in north India’s Uttar Pradesh state, snowballed into a riot between the local Sikh and Muslim communities, leaving three people dead and injuring over a dozen. Sadly, such clashes are nothing new in this highly polarized state of 200 million. Just last year, communal violence in nearby Muzaffarnagar district claimed 62 lives.Nevertheless, there was something novel about how this latest bout of violence was addressed. The state’s police called upon a young entrepreneur to help monitor and advise security operations using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more popularly known as drones.Within hours, drone cameras were up and running in Saharanpur town, keeping close tabs on the volatile and unfolding situation, even in areas security personnel couldn’t reach by car or foot. This helped direct resources to where they were needed most.“Some of the roads and streets in Saharanpur — and this is pretty typical of most Indian towns — are so narrow that the forces cannot enter there,” says Ankit Mehta, co-founder and CEO of IdeaForge, which manufactures UAVs in India. “But a drone-assisted camera can easily fly in and monitor the situation for the cops.”
In India, drone entrepreneurs like Mehta have been quick to realize that the nation’s diverse topography, chaotic overpopulation and vast, unplanned cities severely hobble traditional security operations, making airborne technology particularly advantageous.Drones are now being used for monitoring large public gatherings — such as Ramadan processions in Lucknow, also in Uttar Pradesh, where sectarian clashes last year claimed three lives — which frequently spiral out of control due to large, unwieldy crowds. (India regularly suffers stampede-related tragedies.)
More conventionally, drones have also been used in disaster management. Last year, they played a low-key but invaluable role in relief operations in Uttarakhand, a hilly and inhospitable terrain where flash floods killed thousands and displaced many more.But despite a bevy of humanitarian and public-safety work, the image of drones as instruments of war remains hard to shake off. “The misconception that drones are meant more for destructive purposes seems to still linger around,” says Shinil Shekar, head of sales and marketing at Airpix. “And it is important that people be more educated about their potential civilian applications.”Even so, India is tipped to be “booming” for micro and mini-unmanned aerial vehicles for both civilian and military use by the U.S.-based Advanced Defense Technologies Inc., which calls the market a “multimillion-dollar business that will grow steadily.”Certainly, Mehta is confident about the future; IdeaForge currently boasts an annual turnover in excess of $1 million, and Mehta expects this to increase by five or six times this year. “It is a scalable opportunity for indigenous entrepreneurs,” he says.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 06 Aug 2014 23:48

What is unpredictable about India?

Is it they didnt sit tight waiting for massa?

Article looks more like paid media from Mehtaji et al!!!

More power to them for they might be able to market Ahimsa Drones!!!

* Human Ahimsa Drones are already busy as media Chatterati.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_22733 » 06 Aug 2014 23:53

I love how easily and naturally Gora retards label India as if its their right to do so from the moment they were an embryo in their moms womb. (Irony of the preceeding statement is not lost on me :P ):

"Unpredictable India", "Violent India", "Poor India", "Nuclear Weapons State India", "Rapist India", "Communal India", "Hindu India".

No different from Pakis. Pakis should be happy that they are like Goras in that way.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SanjayC » 07 Aug 2014 00:00

Momins are getting more and more brazen with kaffir women as bong men smoke the opium of Marxism. The problem, I have begun to believe, lies with Hindu males and Hindu women are not safe because of them.

Medical report confirms gang rape

KOLKATA: The medical report of the woman, who was allegedly thrown off a moving car on Akra Station Road in the south-west fringes of Kolkata on Thursday night, has confirmed gang rape.

Battered, bruised and delirious, the woman was admitted to Vidyasagar Hospital in Behala later on the same night. The police had sent her to ESI Hospital, which allegedly refused to admit her since she is not an ESI member and referred her to Vidyasagar Hospital instead. She was bleeding profusely when she was brought to the hospital and was sent immediately for a medical examination.

The test was conducted by Shubhra Chakraborty, the emergency medical officer, at 1.45am. The report says that the woman was "raped by some persons", after which she was thrown out of the car, as a result of which she suffered deep wounds all over her hands and legs.

For the next 48 hours, doctors tried their best to revive the woman. Though she has regained consciousness, it has been difficult for her to recognize her family and talk coherently. Despite her terrible state, she has managed to mumble bits and pieces of her ordeal to the police, who spent two days interrogating her in the gynaecological ward of the hospital. Doctors said she is still in a state of shock over the inhuman torture that she underwent and has been given heavy sedatives to soothe her nerves.

"She suffered deep wounds in her limbs and seems to have been forcefully thrown out of a moving vehicle. We have given her a heavy cover of antibiotics because we fear she could contract an infection. A team of doctors is monitoring her constantly. Since Sunday morning, her condition has stabilized and she has been talking to us," said gynaecologist Mihir Saha, who has been leading the team of doctors looking after the woman.

The survivor's mother has not left her bedside ever since she admitted her on Thursday night. "She was almost dead when I brought her. We lost so much time hospitalizing her... we thought she would die on the way. I have not left the hospital since. My daughter has no one but me. Her husband dumped her and she has two kids," cried her mother. "We are poor; it won't be easy for us to get justice. The doctors here are good; they are trying their best and the rest is God's grace," said the old woman.

The woman's brother, who has registered the FIR, has been bringing food for her from home. "Eid (which was on Tuesday) festivities were not quite over and the roads were crowded. In the midst of that, the men brazenly picked her up and raped her. Her salwar had been torn apart and she was bleeding profusely. It was so unbearable that she was nearly unconsciousness and yet, groaning in pain," said her sister-in-law.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 07 Aug 2014 00:14

Shouldnt there be a law to prevent hospitals from refusing care to dying pateints? Who is holding that hospitals accountable for prolonging the ordeal.
What happend to the Hippocratic oath? Taken over by been counters?

And why did the police send her to the ESI hospital instead of the Vidyasagar hospital? Even here there is lapse of sending patients to accountants.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby krisna » 07 Aug 2014 06:05

we have muslims on one side, EJs thru ngos and in other places, then spying by usa and other levers of putting India put down thru various depts. In all these Hindus are the victims.

Usa as a preminent power today haas a shcizophrenic policy towards India-- wanst it to grow sufficiently to curtail china which is the next big threat to its hegemony but not too big for uncle to maanage or challenge its own hegemony.

Islam is like the cats paw to put down the locals(sdres) or pinned down to squabbles and communl fights-- so India will never regain its full potential. radicalistaion is going on at high levels.

Usa is leaving afghanisthan with its tails behind, expect hordes of taliban to look at juicy targets in pak and afghan. taliban having nukes is another nightmare. But the victims will be Hindus-- muslims have a large popluation to fight and love this.

In international fora , uncle will use its influence to creat adverse remarks if Hindus retaliate against the vermins of desert bloc.
sepoys are working at multiple levels knowingly or unknowingly not knowing the BIG picture to effcet these changes.


Only bulwark is NaMo who has stymied the plans of assorted enemies towards Indian civilisation.

just myrandom thoughts aloud once again trying to ?? connect dots across the whole Indian picture.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 07 Aug 2014 06:53

Paul wrote:^^Looks like the scum is Shia. Shows they are no less peaceful than the Deobandis.

Paul, in India we should make no such distinctions.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 07 Aug 2014 06:59

4 terror suspects caught - The Hindu
Bangalore: In a major operation, Central Crime Branch (CCB) sleuths, with the help of their Tamil Nadu counterparts, picked up four suspects who are linked to the banned Al-Umma terror group. Sources said that they had been on the run after murdering Hindu Munnani leader Suresh Kumar in Chennai in June this year

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 07 Aug 2014 07:11

Tirupur Imam held for supplying t-shirts with ISIS slogan to Muslim youths - The Hindu
In a significant breakthrough, the Ramanathapuram police have arrested a Tirupur-based Imam, who had procured T-shirts and printed slogans in support of the Islamic State in Iraq and al Shams (ISIS) before sending them to the Muslim youths in Thondi, who had posed for a group photograph sporting the T-shirts in front of a mosque recently. The Hindu was the first to report this development which has now gone beyond a flutter.

After the arrest on Monday night of M. Abdul Rahman (24) and his accomplice Rilvan, who organised the photo session and had ordered the T-shirts, a special police team from the district visited the hosiery town of Tirupur and detained S.Faizur Rahman (27) who procured the T-shirts and supplied them to Rilvan after printing a modified ISIS emblem on them.

“The special police team brought Faizur Rahman here [Ramanathapuram] on Wednesday and he was arrested for arranging the T-shirts for the youths,” the District Superintendent of Police N.M. Mylvahanan told The Hindu .

As he had arranged the T-shirts with full knowledge after receiving the designs and money from Abdul Rahman and Rilvan, he was also arrested under section 7 (1) (a) of the Criminal law Amendment Act (doing illegal activities and induce others to engage in unlawful activities) read with section 120 (b) of Indian Penal Code (criminal conspiracy), the SP said. He was produced before a magistrate court and remanded in judicial custody.

Faizur Rahman, who was working as an Imam in a local mosque in Tirupur, had despatched the T-shirts to Rilvan in Chennai, who, in turn, sent them to Thondi. After police launched a drive against those who posed for the photograph sporting the T-shirts, father of Abdul Rahman had destroyed about 50 T-shirts by burning them, while police seized 25 T-shirts. Two T-shirts were produced before the court, when the duo were produced for remand on Monday night, police said.

Meanwhile, police have initiated steps to impound the passport of Abdul Rahman, who used to visit Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sri Lanka on tourist visa in connection with his textiles, leather and electronic goods business. As they could not seize the passport, police sent a copy of the passport to the Passport Officer and requested him to impound it, the SP said. The passport was being impounded to prevent Abdul Rahman from fleeing abroad in the event of his release on bail, the SP said.

Mr. Mylvahanan said Faizur Rahman had some connections at Devipattinam, a Muslim-dominated coastal town in the district. {The Muslim-dominated coastal towns such as Cuddalore, Keelakkarai, Porto Novo, Thondi, Devipattinam et al have become notorious within the last one year for extremism. This is an arc that extends from south of Pondicherry to almost the southern tip of India. They could even facilitate sea-borne infiltration especially when we know that Pakistani ISI agents in Sri Lanka are recruiting Muslims from these areas for espionage, sabotage and subversion. The Coastal police of TN have to be extremely vigilant} The main accused was also well acquainted with the two others arrested in the case so far. The incident came to light last week after a group photograph of the youths went viral on social media when one of them posted the picture on Facebook on Id-ul-Fitr, the culmination of the holy month of Ramzan.

Initially, it was believed that the Muslim youths wanted to only express their gratitude to the ISIS for releasing Indian nurses stranded in Iraq.

However, a "deeper investigation" revealed that the main accused were active supporters of the ISIS and allegedly trying to brainwash Muslim youths for the cause that the ISIS was fighting for.{That excuse of expressing gratitude for releasing nurses unharmed had 'fake' written all over it. It is surprising that even the police bought it initially. Anyway, it is good that they didn't stop with that but went deeply into that to uncover the conspiracy.}

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Singha » 07 Aug 2014 07:44

I wonder whats cooking in ambur and vellore and arcot...? not just biryani for sure.

one driver could increasing number of muslims going to work in gulf, malaysia etc and coming into contact with radical people there or someone does a stint there and seeds the revolution here by taking in followers. there is also lot of stuff on internet piped into smartphones. CDs no longer needed.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_22733 » 07 Aug 2014 08:28

That "Unpredictable India" article reaffirms my belief that in the future riot control robots and drones have to be in the frontline of any defense against peacefool mobs. There is a huge potential for that industry in India, and we have to sincerely put an effort to develop it to the fullest.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Pratyush » 07 Aug 2014 09:16

Now we have Nagma saying that the BJP is communalising the Meerut gang rape incident.

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Postby Prem » 07 Aug 2014 09:40

LokeshC wrote:That "Unpredictable India" article reaffirms my belief that in the future riot control robots and drones have to be in the frontline of any defense against peacefool mobs. There is a huge potential for that industry in India, and we have to sincerely put an effort to develop it to the fullest.


Bhoot Jalokia powder/ spraying drones will do wonder to many rioters sense of right direction.

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Postby Sachin » 07 Aug 2014 10:00

Singha wrote:one driver could increasing number of muslims going to work in gulf, malaysia etc and coming into contact with radical people there or someone does a stint there and seeds the revolution here by taking in followers.

This is exactly what is going on in Kerala. And the virus is spreading to Tamil Nadu as well. The money power which Gelf countries have lure lot many folks there. In Kerala there was another upcoming intellectual (a woman) who even said that Hindus in Kerala should not even criticise the violence in Gelf countries; because even they take a job and go there. So they all should be grateful for the magnanimity shown by the Arabs.

Looks line TN Police did go behind the root-cause on the ISIS T-Shirt issue. That plus the arrest of 4 Jehadis in Bangalore shows that TN Police are still in the right direction. I am reminded of their operations in early 2000s when their commandos finished of another Jehadi absconder in an encounter in Bangalore.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Prasad » 07 Aug 2014 13:11

I don't think anyone is under the illusion that radicalisation isn't happening. Shutting down the centre of madras city to blockade the US consulate for 3 days without being lathi charged and thrown into prison shows enough about what politicians would do if they think they can use these scum for their means. Not a rosy picture.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SanjayC » 07 Aug 2014 13:22

Meerut gang-rape victim admitted to hospital, critical

Following the alleged abduction, gang rape and religious conversion of a 20-year-old teacher from western UP, her family members on Wednesday got the victim admitted to a private hospital. She was said to be in critical medical condition which was aggravated due to infections contracted from a previous operation.
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“Her family members got her admitted to the hospital and did not arrive with her previous medical reports. We got her admitted and her condition is critical. She told us that she was operated upon for an ectopic pregnancy and her health condition deteriorated following the surgery,” Dr Sangeeta Garg, medical superintendent at the Ghaziabad hospital said.

The doctors said that the victim bore around three to five inches incision marks over her lower abdominal area and further medical tests were immediately ordered when she arrived at the Ghaziabad hospital with a Meerut police team.

Based on the victim’s statement, doctors suspect that she was either operated by some quack or at an unhygienic location that led to the infection.

Meanwhile, the victim’s father raised the issue of heavy medical treatment costs that he would have to pay for his daughter’s treatment. Later, film actor Nagma – who contested recent general elections from Meerut on a Congress ticket – arrived at the hospital to enquire about the victim’s health.

“The hospital authorities have assured us that they will bear the cost of her treatment. We have already demanded a CBI probe into the matter of alleged religious conversion as revealed by the victim,” said Nagma.


Two possibilities come to my mind:

1. The girl was having an affair with brother of her Muslim female friend. She got pregnant and scripted the entire drama, fearing her parents.
2. She was being used as a sex slave by the Muslim gang that operates from mosques / madarsas, got ectopic pregnancy, was taken to a quack to operate in secret, and he botched up the operation.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SanjayC » 07 Aug 2014 17:17

जब एक और युवती का आया कॉल, 'मुझे छुड़ा लीजिए'

मुजफ्फरनगर: मुजफ्फरनगर में फुलत का मदरसा जांच के घेरे में आ गया है। दरअसल, बुधवार शाम पुलिस कंट्रोल रूम को एक लड़की ने फोन कर इतला दी कि उसे फुलत के मदरसे में बंधक बनाकर रखा गया है, उसे जल्दी छुड़ा लीजिए। फोन पर हरकत में आई पुलिस तुरंत गांव पहुंची और मदरसे की छानबीन की।

मदरसे के हाफिज के मोबाइल से उक्त लड़की के नंबर पर एसएमएस का रिकार्ड मिला है। पुलिस अभी इस मामले की गुत्थी को सुलझा नहीं पाई कि बुधवार शाम आयशा नाम की एक लड़की ने पुलिस कंट्रोल रूम को कॉल कर सनसनी फैला दी। युवती ने बताया कि उसे फुलत के मदरसे में बंधक बनाकर रखा गया है। उसे जल्द से जल्द छुड़ाया जाए। इतना कहने के बाद युवती का फोन स्विच ऑफ हो गया।

कंट्रोल रूम से सूचना को तत्काल रतनपुरी पुलिस को फ्लैश किया गया। इंस्पेक्टर देवेंद्र कुमार ने फुलत के मदरसे पर छापा मारा। उन्होंने वहां मौजूद हाफिज अब्दुल्ला से पूछताछ की। उसका मोबाइल चेक किया गया तो उसके मोबाइल में वह नंबर मिला, जिससे पुलिस कंट्रोल रूम को सूचना दी गई थी। युवती के नंबर पर लगभग सौ एसएमएस आने-जाने का रिकार्ड हैं। हालांकि हाफिज का कहना है कि युवती उसके पास नहीं है। वह ककरौली की रहने वाली है। कुछ दिन पहले मिस्ड कॉल के जरिए उसकी जान-पहचान हुई थी। तब से वह उसे एसएमएस करता है और वह भी जवाब देती है। पुलिस कंट्रोल रूम को लड़की ने फोन क्यों किया, उसे नहीं मालूम।

रतनपुरी पुलिस ने ककरौली पुलिस से फोन पर किसी लड़की की गुमशुदगी होने की डिटेल मांगी, लेकिन पुलिस ने ऐसी कोई जानकारी होने से इंकार कर दिया। देर रात सीओ बुढ़ाना एसपी शर्मा भी रतनपुरी थाने पहुंचे और हाफिज से पूछताछ की। कंट्रोल रूम को फोन करने वाली युवती के मोबाइल की लोकेशन आखिरी बार फुलत गांव में ही मिली है।

फोन करने के बाद उसका मोबाइल स्विच ऑफ हो गया। एसएसपी हरिनारायण सिंह ने भी इंस्पेक्टर देवेंद्र कुमार से फोन पर बात की और पूरे मामले की जानकारी ली। वहीं एसएसपी ने कंट्रोल रूम को फोन करने वाले मोबाइल नंबर की कॉल डिटेल निकलवाने के निर्देश इंस्पेक्टर को दिए हैं।


Translation:

The Fulat Madarssa in Muzzafarnagar has come under the scanner. On Wednesday night, a girl called the police control room and informed that she is being held captive in the Fulat madarsa and needs to be rescued immediately. The police immediately reached the village and carried out investigations.

The mobile phone of the Hafiz of Fulat Madarsa was found to be carrying SMSs to the number used by the girl who called herself Aiysha and who had switched off the phone immediately after making the call to the police. When checked by the police, Hafiz Abdullah's phone had about hundred SMSes that were sent to the girl's number. The Hafiz said the girl is not with him. She is a resident of Kakroli. Some days back, he had got to know her through a missed call. Since then, whenever he SMSes her, she responds. He said he had no idea why the girl called the police.

When the Ratanpuri police asked the Kakroli police if they had details of any missing girl from the village, the cops there said they had no such information. Upon investigation, police found that the last location from where the girl's phone was used was found to be Fulat village.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Kakkaji » 07 Aug 2014 17:22

Pratyush wrote:Now we have Nagma saying that the BJP is communalising the Meerut gang rape incident.


Nagma is part of D company. She is out there to buy silence

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Singha » 07 Aug 2014 17:36

SanjayC's 1 & 2 sound very plausible.

sinister forces could be at play here, from multiple corners...

post operative infection can happen even in good hospitals...I know two recent cases in my circle at manipal and hosmat after appendix removal and knee ligament work respectively. so in a backstreet Quack setup its way more likely esp anything inside the abdominal wall is very vulnerable as infection can spread in the fluids...

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vivek.rao » 07 Aug 2014 22:25

SSridhar wrote:4 terror suspects caught - The Hindu
Bangalore: In a major operation, Central Crime Branch (CCB) sleuths, with the help of their Tamil Nadu counterparts, picked up four suspects who are linked to the banned Al-Umma terror group. Sources said that they had been on the run after murdering Hindu Munnani leader Suresh Kumar in Chennai in June this year


K'taka ever since the scumbag party came into power has become an Islamic terrorist den.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kish » 08 Aug 2014 00:20

SSridhar wrote:Tirupur Imam held for supplying t-shirts with ISIS slogan to Muslim youths - The Hindu
In a significant breakthrough, the Ramanathapuram police have arrested a Tirupur-based Imam, who had procured T-shirts and printed slogans in support of the Islamic State in Iraq and al Shams (ISIS) before sending them to the Muslim youths in Thondi, who had posed for a group photograph sporting the T-shirts in front of a mosque recently. The Hindu was the first to report this development which has now gone beyond a flutter.

After the arrest on Monday night of M. Abdul Rahman (24) and his accomplice Rilvan, who organised the photo session and had ordered the T-shirts, a special police team from the district visited the hosiery town of Tirupur and detained S.Faizur Rahman (27) who procured the T-shirts and supplied them to Rilvan after printing a modified ISIS emblem on them.



What do you all know? Just try to learn secularism from paveen swami, Joo pea-brained hot & sweaty yindoos (Not me, praveen swami's description).

ISIS is not banned in India, so nothing wrong in supporting ISIS.

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Postby Rony » 08 Aug 2014 06:10

Dawood's late sister Haseena Parkar owned properties worth Rs.5k crores

Haseena Parkar, the sister of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim who died of heart attack last month, owned a vast business empire besides looking after her brother's business interests in Mumbai.

If the sources are to be believed, Parkar owned undeclared assets estimated to be valued at about Rs.5,000 crores. With her death, the fate of these properties hangs her balance as Parkar did not make a will before death.

The Mumbai Police has procured the list of developers from Aaj Tak, who are suspected to be in liaison with Parkar for stake holdings or illegal transactions.

"We will investigate this matter thoroughly whether Haseena Parkar amassed a huge wealth through illegal means," Additional Commissioner of Police Krishna Prakash said.

Although staying miles away from India's financial capital, Dawood's clout is still a force to reckon with in Mumbai. This had been made possible by his deceased sister Haseena Parkar, who single-handedly managed the D-company's operations within the city.

Marking foray into the crime world following her husband Ismail Parkar's murder in 1991, Parkar's modus operandi involved land grabbing, vacating residential premises and receiving commissions from builders.

However, her lawyer defended his client by claiming that she owned no illegal properties.

"If anybody has amassed illegal wealth, will that person gloat about it in public? But according to me, Haseena Parkar owns not a single illegal property," Shyam Keswani, Parkar's counsel said.

It is estimated that Parkar, also known as Haseena Apa, owned as many as 150 properties the details of which are not to be found in government files. Besides this, she also owns properties in Mumbai's posh localities like Bandra, Andheri, Borivali and Mira Road.

It is interesting to know that the Mumbai Police has no clues about Parkar's undeclared assets.

It is revealed that Parkar ran her business with the help of her trusted aide Salim Patel. However, her brother Iqbal Kaskar is said to be lobbying to succeed her.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 08 Aug 2014 08:48

A real godmother!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Paul » 08 Aug 2014 09:38

^^Possibility 1 in SanjayC's post is plausible.

However If this were the case, the SP controlled police and the media would have publicised it in by now.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 08 Aug 2014 09:50

X-post:
sum wrote:^^ Another honeytrap:
Army officer lured into honey trap confesses to passing secrets

Subedar Naik Patan Kumar, the Junior Commissioned Officer in the artillery regiment who was arrested on Wednesday in Hyderabad for alleged espionage, has reportedly confessed to his crime.

Poddar, who was arrested following an alert by the intelligence agencies, has admitted that he was passing crucial information to a girl named Anushka Agarwal since 2013.

The JCO, who was posted at 151 MC/MF detachments at Secunderabad, said he had come in contact with the girl through social networking site Facebook and developed an intimate contact via e-mail and phone.

Police believes that Anushka Agarwal was a fake name and that either the woman was a Pakistani or was being used by Pakistan’s intelligence agency Inter Services Intelligence to lure Poddar and gather information from him.

Investigation has revealed that Anushka’s Facebook page was created from Jaipur, Rajasthan.

In his confession statement, Poddar, who hails from West Bengal, said that Anushka wanted him to work for her father’s voluntary organization and was paid Rs 74,000 in 7 instalments.

But police claimed that she deposited Rs 10 lakh into his account and that Rs 3 lakh had been seized from Poddar’s account.

The police have also seized his computer, laptop and pen drive.

Police say the lady had said some nude photos to Poddar to enamour him; he was so carried away that used to call her “Nargis”.

Poddar confessed that he passed on information about 96 field regiments and ten medium regiments.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 08 Aug 2014 18:57

Folks would advice not to speculate about the rape victim.

Thanks,

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Postby Rahul M » 09 Aug 2014 09:35

please start a new thread with a link to this page in its first post.


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