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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Altair » 31 Jul 2015 18:10

Chota Shakeel called up Times of India and gave a interview giving details of what he thinks will happen?
This is A-class Bull$hit. This is just the frustrated secular editor venting out his anger.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 31 Jul 2015 18:21

Lets assume this happened ...

Altair wrote:Times of India Warns Modi of Consequences of Yakub Hanging
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"What message has the Indian government sent across? You have punished an innocent man for his brother's act. The company condemns it. It's a legal murder," Shakeel said in the exclusive conversation in which he chillingly spoke of "consequences" for the hanging. "Woh (consequences) to hoga hi,' he said.

Looking at the answer "Woh to hoga hi" is normally given in response to a specific and pointed question like "Will there be consequences?"

Seems TOILet asked him very provocative questions often leading them by the nose to use specific phrase.

BTW, the consequences as was spelt out later in the interview
He said nobody (from the Company or anyone else) will buy the government's "chocolate" in future. "Nobody will believe your agencies if they make a promise next time. Nobody will trust the Indian government in future

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 31 Jul 2015 18:59

As if these mafiosi had great trust in Indian Government all this while. Perhaps yes, with the Congress, the commies and the Mumbai based parties like NCP they may have close tie ups.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Supratik » 31 Jul 2015 19:40

The govt and agencies would have gamed the "consequences". The rest of the gang are unlikely to surrender and there have been continuous terrorism post-1993 many of which have connection to Dawood including 26/11. TOI is trying to be extra smart.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Hari Seldon » 02 Aug 2015 09:00

Narendra Modi's Ghar Wapasi for Maoists (New IE)

NEW DELHI:The Narendra Modi government is planning to launch spectacular psychological operations—or PsyOps—to prevent recruitment by Naxals and to wean away hardcore cadres who now want to surrender.

The psychological warfare will use sight and sound as the government’s primary weapon to counter the Naxalites’ propaganda in Maoist affected states with carefully crafted live performances by drama troupes, programmes on All India Radio (AIR), posters by the Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) and TV shows by Doordarshan to discourage tribals from joining the Maoist movement.

A meeting of top government officials on July 16 finalised various vehicles of communication to reach out to a substantial population living on the margins of society through government development plans including MNREGA, Awas Yojna, Aangabadi, old age pension schemes, widow pension schemes, free education for girls, mid-day meals and other social scheme to ensure their uplift.

Naxals, considered the biggest internal security threat, are believed to be operating in 76 districts across 10 states. Though the government has deployed 108 battalions of security personnel comprising 134,667 men from 83 battalions of the Central Reserve Police Force, 15 battalions of the Border Security Force, five battalions of Indo-Tibet Border Police and five battalions of Sashastra Seema Bal in Naxal affected areas, it wants to win the hearts of tribals where Naxals are operating.

Sources said that around 40 theatre troupes will conduct ‘nukkad natak’ (street plays) and cultural programmes in Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Jharkhand. The focus of the troupes—managed by the Song and Drama Division of the government—will be to convey the various ongoing schemes of the government and rights and entitlement of the people living in Maoist affected areas.

They said these performances will be persuasive as well as informative, while being entertaining. The nukkad natak troupes will be paid from the government budget for each performance.{Painting a bulls eye on the troupes now, aren't you?}

“Maoists have been misleading people that the government is trying to usurp their land and not doing to enough for their welfare. This is absolutely rubbish. We want to reach out to those who have been ignored by the administration since Independence. There is a marked difference in development activities since last year, and hopefully the message will be conveyed through this innovative strategy,” an official said.

“Although the government hopes that these performances will become popular among the masses in the states, it is also planning to conduct an impact survey,” a source said.{Good, sans feedback and regular data collection, no improvement is possible.}

The government has identified AIR, private FM stations and community radio stations as important mediums to prepare programmes on various themes, including rights of tribals under Forest Rights Act, Panchayat (Extension to Scheduled Areas) Act or PESA, success stories of tribals, educational programmes and advertisement of government viewpoints and welfare schemes. The Centre has also asked the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting to supervise the scheme with regional centres of AIR so that they can coordinate with states to avoid duplicity.

In Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, AIR is airing jingles and interviews of violence-affected people, family members and militants who laid down their weapons and are now leading normal lives.

Radio programmes will also highlight instances of atrocities against villagers by Maoists. As per a report of the Ministry of Home Affairs, out of 5,024 civilians killed by Maoists between 2004 to 2014, an overwhelming majority were tribals, whose cause Naxals profess to espouse.

“The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting will explore the possibility of broadcasting programmes through private FM channels along with All India Radio/FM Channels,” Minutes of the meeting accessed by The Sunday Standard reveals.

The Centre has prepared four short films on Left wing extremism and development issues related to Naxal-affected states to be telecast on Doordarshan, which has a wider reach in the hinterland. The themes are likely to focus on problems being faced by tribals and villagers due to the Maoist’s armed movement.

Sources said one film will highlight how Maoists are destroying and damaging roads and other infrastructure, depriving people of facilities made available to them by the government.

“It will help to neutralise Maoists propaganda that claims that Naxalites are fighting for the poor,” an official said. Besides, posters will also be printed to convey the government views in 35 worst affected districts.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shaun » 02 Aug 2015 21:06

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/kashmir-s-festering-wounds-why-do-allegations-against-indian-army-go-unattended/article1-1375617.aspx

Why are that these left leaning reporters and think tanks always have to write bad about IA ?? I mean ,shit happens in such proxy wars but why high light only those , why doesn't they write about brutalities of the police forces on their own people or write about the torture of pandits ???

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 03 Aug 2015 02:08

Need to de-construct AS Dulat's book. It has many servile refs to terrorists like saheb etc..

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Paul » 03 Aug 2015 06:13

Agreed, one interesting point he makes is that NS drove by road to Delhimsee ASIAN games in 82

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Manish_P » 03 Aug 2015 15:32

And so it begins... expected the TOI or NDTV to lead the way... and they have not dissapointed

How National Security Advisor Ajit Doval’s son Shaurya reinvented himself into a key policy player

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Altair » 03 Aug 2015 16:24

The battle has now exposed the 2nd layer defenses. It took 1 year to get here. I am sure Shaurya is well protected. The amount of hatred of Congressi system for anything Nationalistic is mindboggling.
The next article will say how Shaurya swindled millions of dollars in investment hedge funds and setup the India Foundation with the ill gotten money. :(( My Dhoti shivers!!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby prahaar » 03 Aug 2015 16:30

The parallels between organizing diaspora events and national land acquisition, food subsidy policy is so vast, that an ignorant person like me can see the difference. The above article shows that there IS a Nagpur-elite (for want of a better word) which is sought to replace the Lutyen elite. The speed with which this seems to be happening, indicates many lessons learnt from a short NDA-1 experi-ment/ience.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Altair » 03 Aug 2015 18:16

NSCN signs a peace accord with GOI thus integrating Nagaland into mainstream government. Life is being taken out of INC in slow motion. Why will they not scream?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Bhurishrava » 04 Aug 2015 00:01

We need more details regarding the NSCN agreement before passing judgement. This is a significant development in northeast.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 04 Aug 2015 05:25

NSCN lays down arms. The K faction is still there.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Paul » 04 Aug 2015 06:04

Hit Jobs on Doval Jr haveappeared in Outlook before.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 04 Aug 2015 08:40

^^ Twitter ( and DNA also reported) about massive peaceful protests and rampage in Kolkata after a Maulvi was caught by GRPF carrying 60 children without any documentation from a Bengali Madrassa to somewhere in Maharashtra.

Pics of peaceful blockading roads, praying on the road, burning , arson etc demanding that the children be allowed to be trafficked with the Maulvi

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shaun » 04 Aug 2015 09:37

WB is fast becoming a STATE WITHIN A STATE Bhadroloks are doomed and the irony is , it is of their own making !!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Mukesh.Kumar » 04 Aug 2015 10:39

sum wrote:^^ Twitter ( and DNA also reported) about massive peaceful protests and rampage in Kolkata after a Maulvi was caught by GRPF carrying 60 children without any documentation from a Bengali Madrassa to somewhere in Maharashtra.

Pics of peaceful blockading roads, praying on the road, burning , arson etc demanding that the children be allowed to be trafficked with the Maulvi


Yes, the news has been on Whatsapp groups. The only news from MSM is this DNA link

Chaiwala news is that these kids were coming from Bihar and aroused suspicion of the GRP who took them into custody. The man accompanying them did not have authorization from parents but was able to produce school id's and voter id cards (Note none of the kids seem to be older than 15 :shock: :shock: ).

Eyewitnesses spoke of roadblocks of 4hrs plus headed by school kids in uniform shouting AoA. Smashed headlights and all have been reported.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby prahaar » 04 Aug 2015 11:44

Are the ones protesting guardians of the children or local supporters of the Maulvi? Good to see the police being watchful. I have not seen such alertness in Western India recently, it was only during the bomb blast days, that they were somewhat alert.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 04 Aug 2015 12:55


NDTV using banned words like "Maulvi escorting 60 children", "Children from madrassa", "locals from Madrassa damaged and blockaded" instead of the usual "certain community protested and were provoked" :eek: :eek:

How times change!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 04 Aug 2015 19:47

So this Kolkata Maulvi was reenacting Pied Piper of Hamilin?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 04 Aug 2015 23:51

Can be psoted in Strategi Thought thread also.

NSA Doval defends Yakub Memon execution and chides Tharoor



NSA Ajit Doval defends Yakub Memon’s execution, slams Shashi Tharoor

Disapproving of former Union minister Shashi Tharoor's remarks in the aftermath of Memon's hanging, Doval said something that is in the "larger interest of the nation" must prevail.



By: PTI | Mumbai |
Published: August 4, 2015 9:50 pm

Disapproving of former Union minister Shashi Tharoor’s remarks in the aftermath of Memon’s hanging, Doval said something that is in the “larger interest of the nation” must prevail.
National Security Adviser Ajit Doval today defended death penalty where “larger interest of the nation” is involved and deprecated those who questioned the execution of 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon.

Disapproving of former Union minister Shashi Tharoor’s remarks in the aftermath of Memon’s hanging, Doval said something that is in the “larger interest of the nation” must prevail.

In the evening last Thursday (the day Yakub Memon was hanged), somebody tweeted me a statement by an important leader that — state sponsored killings diminish us all, reduce us to murderers,” Doval said, delivering a lecture here this evening.


“I am not going into the propriety, exigency or the correctness of the statement. There is something which is in public interest, in the larger interests of the nation and of generations of Indians yet to take birth,” he said, without naming Tharoor, but the reference was obvious.


Doval referred to President George W Bush’s address to the US Congress after the 9/11 attacks to defend exercise of such deterrence.

“After the 9/11 attacks, then US President George W Bush had told the US Congress, that America values its freedom, but should it come in conflict with interests of the state, the latter will prevail,” Doval said.

Striking an aggressive note, the NSA said, ”Power is not as good as you have it, but as good as you can exercise.”

“So, India has a mindset where it hits, it punches below its weight, we have to punch not above our weight, we have to punch not below our weight. We have to increase our weight and punch proportionally,” he said delivering a lecture on ‘State Security, State Craft and Conflict of Values’.

Doval said “weakness” of a nation includes “unjustified tolerance”.


“State-sponsored killing diminishes us all, by reducing us to murderers too. Death penalty is wrong in principle and practice. Lots of studies have been conducted which confirm that death penalty has no deterrent effect, statistics also suggest that,” Tharoor had tweeted after Memon’s hanging.

Noting that there has always been a talk on just laws and unjust laws and about correct interventions and incorrect interventions, the NSA said, ”The scriptures have addressed this dilemma and come to own conclusions.

“The Bhagvad Gita says, if you can bring pleasure and pain on the same pedestal, loss and profit and victory and defeat on the same pedestal, and thereafter you do whatever you have to do in the battle, you will be committing no sin,” he said.

Doval also quoted a verse from the Quran to explain his point of view.




Its not unjustified tolerance but vote bank politics by the unelectable!!!!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 05 Aug 2015 04:21

^^ Just hearing Shri.Doval speak every time soothes and reassures me for a few days ( till i open the papers and see the next round of mayhem being reported)!

I hope he stays on for 10 years as NSA. Am sure lots of good things will happen

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_29058 » 05 Aug 2015 06:39

Himanshu Jain नमो: ‏@himanshujainon 59m59 minutes ago New Delhi, Delhi
Look at photos carefully it looks a personal hate for SG other Cong MP look normal as for them it's political fight.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Singha » 05 Aug 2015 06:47

the konkan belt has been the site of makeshift terror training camps in the past using the thick jungles.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 05 Aug 2015 07:03

manoj wrote:
Himanshu Jain नमो: ‏@himanshujainon 59m59 minutes ago New Delhi, Delhi
Look at photos carefully it looks a personal hate for SG other Cong MP look normal as for them it's political fight.


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Why is vatican auntie wearing the red string around her wrist?? This is truly psyops and misleading.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby AjayKK » 05 Aug 2015 10:34

sum wrote:^^ Just hearing Shri.Doval speak every time soothes and reassures me for a few days ( till i open the papers and see the next round of mayhem being reported)!

I hope he stays on for 10 years as NSA. Am sure lots of good things will happen


Is there a link for the speech?

Yakub Memon execution: When state acts to protect itself, it's not murderer, says NSA Ajit Doval

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-y ... al-2111205

National Security Advisor (NSA) to prime minister Narendra Modi, Ajit Doval on Tuesday denied the perception among some people that India executed Yakub Memon because it couldn't get his elder brother Tiger, the 1993 blasts mastermind.

Doval was speaking at the 21st Lalit Doshi Memorial Award function at YB Chavan auditorium at Churchgate.

"It is completely wrong. It is true that India should bring Tiger... (But) Their inter-linkage is not correct," said Doval.

He also said that when he was in Mumbai, last Thursday, he received a tweet of an important leader saying "state-sponsored killings, diminishes all, reducing us to murderers". "I would say that when state acts in a way which is judicial, fair, through due process of law and not for furtherance and vested interest, its actions are totally correct and they are not murderers and does not reduce you to the level of murderers," he added.

When asked why, despite being a huge nation, we can't handle a threat by Dawood, Doval said, "Convertibility of power is not always possible. If there is a threat from Pakistan and China, we can take it on, but our army is not for a fugitive sitting in Pakistan under the protection of intelligence."

After 9/11, addressing US Congress, president Bush said America values its freedom, but should it come in conflict with the interest of the state, the interests will prevail, he added.

"This dilemma comes when coercive instrumentalities are exercised. Even the scriptures have addressed it and come to their own conclusions. The objectives of the two sets of values (personal and state) are different. Value system of the state is to protect society and coming generations. Whatever you sacrifice for the service of the state is good.

"States have not always been fair and correct. Sometime they have been tyrannical. That is the second cause for conflict. Real power is exercised by those who run the state. What matters is they are also human beings and carry their own prejudices. Therefore, the dilemma arises," Doval said.

"There have been extreme views about the morality of the state. You cannot say that someone has the freedom to carry out a terrorist act but the state does not have the right to use its coercive instruments to deny him his life.

The state has to protect itself. Individual morality cannot be inflicted on the larger interest of society. Days of statecraft through war are coming to an end. There is no guarantee that a powerful nation will be able to subdue a small group of terrorists. New instruments of statecraft are evolving."


Asked about the 'embarrassment' caused to the Indian ambassador and Sushma Swaraj when he spoke directly to his Pakistani counterpart Sartaz Aziz post Ufa, after the cross-border firing, Doval said, "When at Ufa, it was agreed that there will be no border firing. (But) Pakistanis started firing; it was necessary to tell them, without any further loss of time, to stop or we would retaliate with effect. This message was passed on to our high commissioner in Islamabad and high commissioner of Pakistan here at 7.05am. When there is immediacy, you do not consider who is talking to whom."

The event also saw other senior IPS officers, including Rakesh Maria, Deven Bharti, Sanjeev Dayal and Vivek Phansalkar, in attendance.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anindya » 05 Aug 2015 11:37

On one hand - we have brave hearts like Sepoy Rachpal Singh give their lives for this country every week (this was 6 days ago) and even today we have our soldiers make the supreme sacrifice...

Pakistani troops kill jawan (Sepoy Rachpal Singh)in fresh case of ceasefire violation

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but, seditious forces grow stronger and openly supported -

from Will The University of Hyderabad Show Courage Against Radicals ? we see sedition go unpunished...

“Tum Kitne Yakub Maaroge, Har Ghar Se Yakub Niklenge”

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and in fact, any one protesting this is beaten to near death...
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Mass murderers of mostly Hindus such as Kunjahammad & Yakub seem to be lionized openly....
In Jan 2015, the Ambedkar Students Association ( ASA ) organised the Variyan Kunnathu Kunjahammad Haji Memorial lecture. Kunjahammad was the leader of the Moplah (Malabar )riots of 1921 where thousands of Hindu women were subjected to rape and thousands killed & converted

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kmkraoind » 05 Aug 2015 13:06

I think this thread is appropriate for this. I think whole article is worth reading.

Notes from a thulla - Yakub Memon gets all legal protections, and all the tears. The policeman lives and dies unsung - Abhinav Kumar - Indian Express

Consider the encounter that took place in Gurdaspur on Monday. Going by recent Supreme Court rulings, since the three suspected terrorists were killed in police firing, arguably a case of murder should be compulsorily registered against all police personnel involved in the incident, which should be investigated by a neutral agency like the CBI/ CID. Any rewards or medals to be given to the next of kin of the deceased policemen and to injured police personnel can only be considered after the conclusion of said inquiry. This, as things stand today, is the law of the land as laid down by the SC in September 2014 in PUCL and another vs State of Maharashtra and others.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Singha » 05 Aug 2015 14:53

TSP team is in delhi for august15.

there was a drill in nizamuddin RS yesterday
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 337419.cms

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kenop » 05 Aug 2015 16:01

One pig from porkistan has been caught in Udhampur area. Reportedly was part of the group (of 3?) that attacked and killed 2 jawans of BSF.
A few hostages taken bu the pig overpowered him and handed over to the authorities.
One voide is heard asking "yaar yeh kaam kyon karte ho? (why do you do such things?)
"Allah ka kaam hai" (It is Allah's work) is the truthful response in one of the videos shown on channels. There are a few of these being shown on multiple channels (of course each presstitute house claiming exclusive access to a confessional video)
Looked cheerful (smiled a lot) in the video.
Other comments heard
# Came from Pakistan 12 days ago
# Took a bus from Jammu (didn't get the context)
# Name is Usman Khan from Faisalabad.
# Claimed to have come to take revenge (commies can plan their next assault of "revenge for 2002")
In the meantime:
Looks like NSA met PM
Army chief met Parrikar
Parikkar and Rajnath Singh met
In the meantime. Congoons are touched on this in a press conference.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Chandragupta » 05 Aug 2015 17:21

A major riot or internal disturbance is coming soon in India.

I see so many Muslims on social media sharing media supporting Memon, AIMIM & Owaisis and openly abusing Hindus, Modi & the country itself. The MSM too has contributed heavily in instilling a sense of injustice in the momeen, not that they require much to create grievances from thin air.

The Kolkata riots should be seen in this light. All the pent up anger from Memons hanging is still there in peaceful Indian muslims which will come out sooner than later. I don't see how 250 million people who really have no interest in the country or its future, who tacitly back our mortal enemy & hold their foreign religion dearer than the nation, will contribute to anything good. I foresee a demand for another partition in a few decades unless the extremist leadership & ulema of the Indian muslims are delivered a resounding jhappad to make them & the community fall in line. I hope MAD are working on a long term strategy to counter the biggest threat to India - Indian muslims - in India & erstwhile India.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Mukesh.Kumar » 05 Aug 2015 17:26

Worth reading in full as to the perilious situation in West bengal.

How Mamta Banerjee is fast turning West Bengal into a dangerous place

In recent years, West Bengal has emerged as the hub of terror activities in India. Reports suggest that politicians in the state have strong connections with jihadi elements in India and abroad. The ruling party, for example, nominated to Rajya Sabha (upper House in the Indian Parliament), SIMI (Student Islamic Movement of India) founderAhmed Hassan Imran in 2014. The SIMI has been a banned terrorist organisation in India since 2001



According to one report, the enforcement directorate (ED) informed the national intelligence agencies on October 30 that this money might have ended up in the hands of terrorist organisations like JMB(Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen), which is involved in several acts of violence, is banned in Bangladesh and has alleged links with the Islamic State (ISIS). The money most likely have ended in the hands of terrorists prompting the Bangladesh government to urge the government of India to investigate links between politicians in West Bengal and Jamaat-e-Islami. A leading Bangla daily had alleged that Mamata as the chief minister and the home minister of West Bengal has allowed the scam to flourish under her watch, funded the extremist Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh and in turn, her party received funds from the outfit during the 2011 Assembly election and 2014 Lok Sabha polls. It is also alleged that her party members, despite being in power and beingaware of the scam and the links of Imran with the fundamentalists promoted him as a Rajya Sabha member in 2014, thereby giving Imran access to sensitive documents and information. Intelligence agencies consider this to be a threat to national security and have warned of serious consequences. The cancer of appeasement politics in West Bengal today stretches across all political parties.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kittoo » 05 Aug 2015 17:32

Chandragupta wrote:A major riot or internal disturbance is coming soon in India.

I see so many Muslims on social media sharing media supporting Memon, AIMIM & Owaisis and openly abusing Hindus, Modi & the country itself. The MSM too has contributed heavily in instilling a sense of injustice in the momeen, not that they require much to create grievances from thin air.

The Kolkata riots should be seen in this light. All the pent up anger from Memons hanging is still there in peaceful Indian muslims which will come out sooner than later. I don't see how 250 million people who really have no interest in the country or its future, who tacitly back our mortal enemy & hold their foreign religion dearer than the nation, will contribute to anything good. I foresee a demand for another partition in a few decades unless the extremist leadership & ulema of the Indian muslims are delivered a resounding jhappad to make them & the community fall in line. I hope MAD are working on a long term strategy to counter the biggest threat to India - Indian muslims - in India & erstwhile India.


WB is like a crystal ball showing us what will happen in all of India if things continue the way they are. Whatever happens in WB, add 10-20 years and you will see that happening across India.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Chandragupta » 05 Aug 2015 17:37

In Gujarat, Hindus gave a resounding jhapad to rioting Islamists, in Muzaffarnagar, UP they did the same. I wonder what kind of deep sleep are Bengali Hindus sleeping in that they can't retaliate? The link shared by Mukesh paints a rather grim picture of WB. Similar stories to what we hear happens to Hindus in Pakistan & BD happening right here on Indian territory.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby csaurabh » 05 Aug 2015 18:20

Chandragupta wrote:In Gujarat, Hindus gave a resounding jhapad to rioting Islamists, in Muzaffarnagar, UP they did the same. I wonder what kind of deep sleep are Bengali Hindus sleeping in that they can't retaliate? The link shared by Mukesh paints a rather grim picture of WB. Similar stories to what we hear happens to Hindus in Pakistan & BD happening right here on Indian territory.


Bengali media blacks out all 'secular' news ( such as this ). WhatsApp/social media is there ofc.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 05 Aug 2015 18:24

A similar incident of large scale child trafficking had happened in Kerala last year, but thankfully the Mullahs could not run amock like what happened in West Bengal. The RPF at Palakkad Jn, had detained lots of kids coming from Jharkhand, Bihar side. There were some adults who were supposed to be their guardians etc.
'Trafficking' of 589 kids to Kerala orphanages: Muslim League accuses cops of bias, Maneka seeks report
Child trafficking: "Orphanage industry" under cloud
Kerala Child trafficking: HC orders CBI probe

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CBI starts probe into ‘child trafficking’ case

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shaun » 05 Aug 2015 19:02

The Sunday Guardian
Protesters hound Mamata in London

ANTONIA FILMER London | 1st Aug 2015

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee did not have an entirely smooth sailing during her visit to London this week. All geared up to promote her state as a favourite investment destination for British companies, she was surprised to see protesters from the UK "Dharmic" (religious) community, with origins in Bengal, Gujarat, Punjab and Maharashtra, demonstrating against her alleged inaction regarding human trafficking, corruption and money laundering. They had gathered outside Asia House on New Cavendish Street on Wednesday, 29 July with placards and banners excoriating her for her inaction in the Tuktuki Mandal case, in which a young Hindu girl was allegedly abducted by a male member of another religion, and who later returned. The CM hurried past the protesters as she got out of a small silver car outside Asia House for a FICCI and KPMG hosted private briefing for Asia House members, including BAE Systems and Anglo American Mining PLC.

The vociferous protesters, led by Mukesh Naker and Minesh Patel, are concerned that Banerjee has concentrated on her own political career and future at the expense of 13,000 minor girls, who are being trafficked into slavery and prostitution every year. Additionally, the Dharmics are anxious about the exodus of Hindus from the border villages of the state. They are fearful that an extremist ideology is creeping into West Bengal.

The protesters, who represented UK's "Dharmic" communities and 350 organisations comprising Hindus, Jains and Sikhs, also demonstrated near St James' Court, the Taj hotel where Banerjee was staying and by the Gandhi Statue in Parliament Square. The protesters now plan to lobby the British businesses, who have signed MoUs with West Bengal, not to follow through with their investments if the situation in the state does not improve...

http://www.sunday-guardian.com/news/protesters-hound-mamata-in-london

Bengalis leaving outside bengal can understand the grim situation.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby shaun » 05 Aug 2015 19:05

Fears attack by JMB militants

KOLKATA: Wary of possible bomb attacks or sniper fire by Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) militants, the Bangladesh deputy high commission in Kolkata has asked for tighter security.

Deputy high commissioner Zokey Ahad says he has written to Kolkata Police commissioner Surajit Kar Purkayastha twice in the past few months, but in vain. "There is no response from police yet," Ahad told TOI on Tuesday.

Ahad came to Kolkata just after the Khagragarh blasts of October 2014 blew the lid off a JMB terror module in India. JMB cadres were allegedly making IEDs here to destabilize Bangladesh.

Ahad said, "A number of houses have been constructed close to the deputy high commission. Some of these are empty. No one knows who is using them. Since I stay in this complex, I too feel unsafe and wrote to the CP." He personally monitors CCTV footage.

Bangladeshi diplomats are also anxious as AJC Bose Road-Park Circus flyover is located next to their building. Anyone could shoot from the flyover or hurl something into the compound just 20 feet away, they say.

During the construction of the flyover, then deputy high commissioner Touhid Hossain had sent his objection to the Bengal government after which an eight-foot-high wall was erected on the flyover as a sort of shield. Still, the Bangladeshi diplomats feel that they are soft targets. The wall is inadequate for their security and too many houses have come up near the compound, they say.

The road in front of compound is closed for construction, which has increased traffic on other surrounding roads. This is being considered a "major threat". Traffic movement should be restricted as policemen are posted only at the front gates and not at the rear of the compound, said a diplomat.

The reason for Zokey's worry is that JMB cadres are well trained in Molotov cocktail attacks and had killed over 800 people in Bangladesh between January and March.

A Nabanna official said that the state government is well aware of the security needs of the Bangladeshi diplomats and security arrangements are being made accordingly. Zokey was given adequate security during his recent visit to Cooch Behar, said an official.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolkata/Fears-attack-by-JMB-militants/articleshow/48360108.cms


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