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Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 07 Oct 2017 15:23
by VishalJ

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 08 Oct 2017 01:25
by VishalJ

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 08 Oct 2017 18:47
by Pratyush
JEM has launched a new unit in the name of Afzal Guru.

Let's wait for PRC to extend another technical hold on Masood Azhar.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 09 Oct 2017 14:41
by suryag
^^^ Interview with PVC awardee Sanjay Kumar ji gave me goose bumps

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 09 Oct 2017 15:05
by Sachin
Mother of another ‘love jihad’ victim moves SC
This plea is important; because Kerala Govt. has filed an affidavit that NIA investigation was not really warranted in the case of Akhila @ Hadiya. The appeal filed by her "husband" in Hon.SC is being heard today. He also wants the NIA investigation to be called off. NIA got involved based on a previous SC order only. This new plea, would once again bring back the aspect of the "organised groups encouraging conversion to Islam" being brought up again.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 10 Oct 2017 12:18
by Sachin
The first mention of the below news items came via Facebook channels to me (which means the the Aam Aadmi has picked it up quicker and is now spreading it far & wide).

Lt Col Purohit's report exposes links between radical Muslim groups and netas
Malegaon blast accused Col Purohit's secret report exposed links between radical Muslim groups and netas - Watch
  • Lt.Col Purohit had submitted a secret report to Southern Command HQ at Pune in 2006.
  • The NIA has also given the same report as Yadasth in a report submitted to them in court.
  • The report details about the sleeper cells operating in Southern states (eg: SIMI, today's Popular Front of India). The terror links of a political outfit in Kerala PDP. This outfit was floated by Abdul Nasser Mahdani.
  • The report mentions about an individual P.Koya, who is said to be an agent of Pakistani ISI. Google search just using the name, came up with the references to a P.Koya now associated with NDF and other radical Islamist outfit.
  • The report also lists out the front organisations for the above outfits like media houses, news papers and also their connections with the leftist intellectuals. The report also mentions about the connection between the groups with leftist media houses.
  • Purohit's report mentions about "the extensive use and employement of communist cadre" to spread the agenda of the radical Islamic outfits.

It is said that Lt.Col Purohit got locked up only after knowing that this report would lead to the expose of Jehadi-Communist intellectual nexus in South India. The Hindu terror link for the Malegaon blasts was used for this purpose. All said and done, I am getting a feeling that the goose of Popular Front of India (PFI) is now cookedp.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 14 Oct 2017 11:33
by Ashokk
Top LeT terrorist Wasim Shah killed in encounter in Kashmir: police
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SRINAGAR: Top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist Wasim Shah, believed to be the main architect of the unrest last year in south Kashmir, was gunned down along with his accomplice by security forces in an encounter early this morning in Pulwama district, police said.

Shah, 23, also known as "Abu Osama Bhai and Wasim Lefty" was killed at Litter area in Pulwama, a place considered to be a safe haven for terrorists. This is the first counter-insurgency operation in Litter area in four years.

Jammu and Kashmir police had been tracking the movements of Shah, who is considered as the "don" of Heff, another stronghold of terrorists in South Kashmir's Shopian district.

After information that he was at his hideout at Litter, police and its special operation group team cordoned off the area, police said.

Shah along with his bodyguard Nisar Ahmed Mir made an attempt to flee but could not penetrate the cordon which had been strengthened by the presence of the CRPF and Army, they said.

Shah, who was wanted in various terror-related cases, was killed along with Nisar Mir, another local who had joined militancy in May this year.

Shah, a resident of Heff-Shrimal in Shopian, joined militancy in 2014 and was considered as the "chief architect" of last year's unrest in various parts of South Kashmir.

Born in a middle class family of Gul Mohammed Shah, who ran a fruit business, Shah was a college dropout and an active supporter of LeT terrorist group since his school days when he had doubled up as a courier boy for the outfit, police said.

Of late, Shah, who carried a cash reward of Rs 10 lakh on his head, was recruiting fresh cadres for the terrorist outfit.

He had been involved in various attacks on security forces in south Kashmir, police said.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 16 Oct 2017 19:25
by Karthik S
Swarajya 4 hrs ·
BSF commanding officer attacked by cattle smugglers in Tripura, air evacuated to Kolkata in critical condition.


Second attack on BSF in a short period.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 20 Oct 2017 20:54
by pgbhat
Marching for Jihad
The NIA has also mentioned ISIS recruitment in Chennai and PFI’s links with it. “Inputs from states where PFI is active have been very helpful and that includes details of raids ... The police had in some cases got hold of CDs from PFI members of Westerners being tortured by Islamists. Probably, such CDs are used to train young people in India,” says a senior government official based in Delhi. A section of the CPM has always favoured strong action against the PFI and its earlier avatar, NDF. “We in Kerala face a lot of problems from PFI, which is trying to lead young Muslims astray. This is going to result in Islamophobia rising in the country and that is the aim of organisations like these. They have to be called out for what they are,” says a senior CPM leader. The PFI, on its part, has accused the CPM of playing the ‘soft Hindutva’ card to retain its vote base, which mostly comprises Hindus, in the state.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 20 Oct 2017 21:54
by schinnas
One of the things we should take for granted now given the establishment of strategic partnership between India and US and the doubling down of Indian relationship with Israel is that our ELINT capabilities would have improved substantially. Also intelligence sharing on Pukis and Cheen.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 20 Oct 2017 23:05
by ramana
All this is window dressing. Nothing will happen. China and US are joined at hip.economically and culturally.

Try to list all US elites with Chinese origin wives.
Then the missionaries in China

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 21 Oct 2017 12:43
by Aditya_V
ramana wrote:All this is window dressing. Nothing will happen. China and US are joined at hip.economically and culturally.

Try to list all US elites with Chinese origin wives.
Then the missionaries in China


Yes seems very true, see the venom against Russia but the Saudis+ Chinese get away scot free, this the main reason Pakis have escaped.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 21 Oct 2017 16:29
by schinnas
US elites don't run deep state. Among elites, may be as many have Taiwanese or HK or Japanese wife's as they have mainland chinese.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 22 Oct 2017 06:35
by KrishnaK
Aditya_V wrote:
ramana wrote:All this is window dressing. Nothing will happen. China and US are joined at hip.economically and culturally.

Try to list all US elites with Chinese origin wives.
Then the missionaries in China


Yes seems very true, see the venom against Russia but the Saudis+ Chinese get away scot free, this the main reason Pakis have escaped.

Saudis and Chinese had/created leverage the Russians didn't. This isn't one way, the US tried hard to get India on its side as well. All this business of a small group of people/deep state running established democracies, especially for decades on an end is hogwash. India had the same options as China to increase trade with the US and rest of the world and enjoy the associated leverage it creates. Spinning India's constraints/failures as conspiracies from Congress to the US deep state is forum pass time.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 22 Oct 2017 07:18
by vijayk
Sachin wrote:The first mention of the below news items came via Facebook channels to me (which means the the Aam Aadmi has picked it up quicker and is now spreading it far & wide).

Lt Col Purohit's report exposes links between radical Muslim groups and netas
Malegaon blast accused Col Purohit's secret report exposed links between radical Muslim groups and netas - Watch
  • Lt.Col Purohit had submitted a secret report to Southern Command HQ at Pune in 2006.
  • The NIA has also given the same report as Yadasth in a report submitted to them in court.
  • The report details about the sleeper cells operating in Southern states (eg: SIMI, today's Popular Front of India). The terror links of a political outfit in Kerala PDP. This outfit was floated by Abdul Nasser Mahdani.
  • The report mentions about an individual P.Koya, who is said to be an agent of Pakistani ISI. Google search just using the name, came up with the references to a P.Koya now associated with NDF and other radical Islamist outfit.
  • The report also lists out the front organisations for the above outfits like media houses, news papers and also their connections with the leftist intellectuals. The report also mentions about the connection between the groups with leftist media houses.
  • Purohit's report mentions about "the extensive use and employement of communist cadre" to spread the agenda of the radical Islamic outfits.

It is said that Lt.Col Purohit got locked up only after knowing that this report would lead to the expose of Jehadi-Communist intellectual nexus in South India. The Hindu terror link for the Malegaon blasts was used for this purpose. All said and done, I am getting a feeling that the goose of Popular Front of India (PFI) is now cookedp.


so what is MAD doing about it?

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 27 Oct 2017 16:11
by Sachin
More good news for the "secular" groups from the Kerala No.1
NIA gets custody of suspected IS sympathiser....
wo more arrested in Kannur over suspected IS links......

All the people who got picked up are from Kannur district, a strong fort of the CPI(M) and the mother district of the Kerala Chief Minister. It would be now really tough for the No.1 state to admit that radicalisation is not happening, and Kerala Muslims would not resort to terrorism.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 27 Oct 2017 19:13
by Supratik
Assam security being beefed up on eve of NRC update. Hope all states outside are keeping a watch on the illegal population moving there. I hope HBS statement of 5.5 million illegals is correct.

http://indianexpress.com/article/north- ... r-4908409/

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 27 Oct 2017 21:15
by vinod
Sachin wrote:All the people who got picked up are from Kannur district, a strong fort of the CPI(M) and the mother district of the Kerala Chief Minister. It would be now really tough for the No.1 state to admit that radicalisation is not happening, and Kerala Muslims would not resort to terrorism.


Well, they are still in denial mode... it is seen as just a bunch of misguided youths!

Unless, the impact is seen in the ballot box, I reckon things will continue same as before. And Kerala BJP leaders are a bunch of clueless wanderers. They have no idea where they are coming from nor which direction to take. :(( Still waiting for a charismatic leader to rise up...

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 27 Oct 2017 21:51
by kit
ramana wrote:All this is window dressing. Nothing will happen. China and US are joined at hip.economically and culturally.

Try to list all US elites with Chinese origin wives.
Then the missionaries in China


the world needs conflict and whoever can use that can amass power. Thats the unsaid doctrine for the entire multi-trillion American arms industry, they need a conflict with a "worthwhile" adversary to justify its immense expense, besides there is something the deep state really doesn't like, the communist party of china. They might be ok with the country but not the party. The party in fact directly threatens the US and western core ideology and interests, and in a way, their further progress will directly threaten western power centres. Just wait and see.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 29 Oct 2017 18:11
by Supratik
Army getting ready on eve of NRC Assam release.

http://www.sentinelassam.com/story/main ... fXLpbpuLIU

Anti-India elements also getting organized.

https://www.telegraphindia.com/states/n ... tes-181747

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Oct 2017 09:06
by krishna_krishna
REPORTS Christian missionary meets Jashodaben to “heal her”, Hindu groups are busy being stupid

http://www.opindia.com/2015/02/christia ... undancies/

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Oct 2017 10:49
by sum
Yes . one news report and some random gori meeting her means hindu groups are being stupid (just because there is no news on what they might be doing)

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 31 Oct 2017 18:12
by sunnyP
What's going on in Punjab?

Chandigarh, October 17
The killing of RSS leader Ravinder Gosain in Ludhiana on Tuesday was one in a series of high-profile murderous attacks on activists belonging to religious or right wing organisations that Punjab has witnessed in recent times.


http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab ... 83569.html

Hindu right wing the target

■ Apr 23, 2016: Shiv Sena leader Durga Prasad Gupta shot dead in Khanna

■ Aug 6, 2016: RSS leader Brig Jagdish Gagneja (retd) shot dead in Jalandhar

■ Jan 14, 2017: Shri Hindu Takht district president Amit Sharma shot dead in Ludhiana

■ Oct 17: RSS leader Ravinder Gosain shot dead in Ludhiana

■ Oct 30: Vipan Sharma of Hindus Sangharsh Sena shot in Amritsar

Besides these murders, matriarch of the Namdhari sect, two followers of Dera Sacha Sauda and a Christian pastor have also been shot dead in the past two years


http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/sh ... QUfbI.html

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 01 Nov 2017 20:52
by Sachin
Operation Conversion Mafia: Kerala's conversion factories unmasked
This sting operation is really a bit surprising considering that India Today generally is on the "secular" side. And this is exactly when there is a case being heard in the Hon. Supreme Court on this very same issue. The court orders may not be very promising to the "communals", but this sting operation is going to send the alarm bells ringing at many homes. There are also earlier news reports indicating a possible ban on People's Front of India (PFI). I don't know is such sting operations are kind of the pummelling given to the enemy to soften him up, before going on for the final hit. A similar strategy is said to have been used against the Kashmiri jehadi gang as well.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 02 Nov 2017 20:13
by periaswamy
consider denotifying SIMI as a terrorist group: court

Who are these jokers in these courts to assume that they know better than the legislature and executive when it comes to matters of internal security? These guys waste time on such cases, and then demand that the govt. create more "special" courts for "cases against powerful people", so that these lordships can anoint themselves as policymakers and lawmakers without actually having to win an election.

Given the arbitrariness with which these jokers in the SC operate today, why should the legislature/executive consider giving them any power over the legislature and executive by allowing them to selective choose cases against criminals in politics, with political motives, just the way they make their so-called "judgements" and intrusion into policy making like they are doing frequently these days? These HC and SC judges want to acquire power from the sidelines without any responsibility to wield it in the interests of the public, which does not have a say in how these dynasts in the SC choose their own friends and family to succeed them down the line.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 02 Nov 2017 20:15
by Supratik

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 02 Nov 2017 21:36
by Zynda
Noob question. Now that most of the scum pigs making across the border are kinda elite ones (well trained, quite disciplined), do they have access & wear basic BPJ? I am sure TSPA can spare some BPJs. Wearing one & trekking long distances might be an issue/deterrent.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 02 Nov 2017 22:16
by Sachin
Things seems to be boiling up in (The #1 state) Kerala....

5 Malayalee IS members in Syria identified
Abdul Khayyum hails from Thechikkulam in Kannur and Safwan belongs to Pappinissery. Abdul Manaf, Shabeer and Suhail are natives of Valapattanam. {All the places are in Northern Kerala; the mother district of the present Chief Minister, and also a communist den}.

Hadiya case: NIA interrogate Popular Front leader Sainaba.
This is the woman who was trapped in the sting operation by India Today. The NIA seems to be probing deeper, and the next hearing of the Hadiya case is on Nov 27th. The PFI indeed seems to be really in hot waters now.

GAIL stir: Protest intensifies, agitators arrested.
The issue here is that in certain parts of Kerala, people are protesting against the GAIL laying the LPG pipe lines in areas which are populated. The current communist government is now in a mission mode to get it done (earlier they were against the pipe line). In the riot reported here, the police have identified that riot was organised by men from certain religious fundamental groups (clue #1). The police clearly identified people from other districts landing up at the trouble spot and causing mayhem. Some news reports mentioned about the protestors offering prayers in the middle of the road (clue #2).

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 04 Nov 2017 15:33
by Supratik

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 06 Nov 2017 17:10
by Karthik S
Nick Snell‏ @NickSn_Research Follow Follow @NickSn_Research More
Data from Indian registration services reveal, more than 8.5 millions of Hindu women have been converted in past decade using #lovejihad


Does the number sound reasonable? 85 lakh?

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 07 Nov 2017 20:55
by Supratik
About three thousand have been converted in Kerala since 2006. Since KL has the highest number of reported cases, number should be in thousands.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 09 Nov 2017 22:45
by Supratik
Kerala non-Muslim parents are becoming reluctant to send their girls to colleges in muslim dominated areas due to LJ and safety fears.

http://www.firstpost.com/india/love-jih ... 01539.html

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 12 Nov 2017 15:46
by Supratik
Record number of Maoist commanders killed in 2017.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/in ... cover.html

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 12 Nov 2017 21:22
by Supratik

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 13 Nov 2017 14:10
by prahaar
Supratik wrote:Record number of Maoist commanders killed in 2017.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/in ... cover.html


The arrested/surrendered are phenomenally higher after RNS became HM. Only 2017, there is 2X increase in the number of killed. Apparently the force was mainly involved in area domination until now rather than extermination. Apparently the Indian state's patience ebbed and the worm turned.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 13 Nov 2017 17:30
by sanjayc
^^ RNS is saying Maoism will be rooted out from India in 3 years

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 13 Nov 2017 17:59
by Aditya_V
sanjayc wrote:^^ RNS is saying Maoism will be rooted out from India in 3 years


The way it was resurrected after 2004, lot of its support networks are overground, it will take some sustained pressure to uproot it.

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 16 Nov 2017 21:04
by Supratik
NRC and citizenship determination should have 1951 as cut off date according to constitution. Citizenship amendment bill should have proof of persecution.

http://indianexpress.com/article/explai ... m-4657408/

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 17 Nov 2017 17:22
by Supratik

Re: Internal Security Watch

Posted: 17 Nov 2017 17:31
by Supratik
Madani threatens violence if 5 million Muslims are declared illegal in Assam.

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ne ... 660738.cms