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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sanjayc » 05 Jul 2020 10:44

^^ Apparently, the local SHO was the mole who tipped off the gangster, according to Times of India today. The SHO fled when the bullets started flying

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sicanta » 05 Jul 2020 10:57

sanjayc wrote:^^ Apparently, the local SHO was the mole who tipped off the gangster, according to Times of India today. The SHO fled when the bullets started flying


Apparently, a call was made from this SHO's police station to local power house to cutoff power to village. This further disjointed the police that night.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby darshan » 05 Jul 2020 20:04

Kanpur encounter: Circle Officer DSP Devendra Mishra’s head and toes cut off by Vikas Dubey’s men, autopsy reveals
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/kanpur- ... ist-style/

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 06 Jul 2020 17:46

Aaj Tak news is telling us which planes are landing in #Ladakh, I don't see any Chinese media announcing what their military doing on their side of the border!
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby darshan » 06 Jul 2020 18:04

Kanpur encounter: Three cops suspended on suspicion of connection with Vikas Dubey, 115 police personnel under scanner
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/kanpur- ... suspended/


Vikas Dubey operated like a Maoist, had hidden arms and explosives inside bunker and walls of his house: UP Police
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/vikas-d ... sh-kanpur/

Vikas Dubey case: Injured cop narrates how policemen were trapped, says Chaubeypur cops stood watching while others were being killed
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/kanpur- ... up-police/

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby VKumar » 07 Jul 2020 00:33

40 Khalistani pasand websites blocked yesterday by GOI. Comes just after 9 top Khalistani leaders declared as terrorists by GOI.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby nachiket » 07 Jul 2020 01:34

RKumar wrote:It shows that UP police require a reform. The time of using danda is gone and time to re-train them with latest local rifles and protection wares. At least get in place some special crack teams for high-risk actions like black cats of Punjab Police.

This particular incident seems to show much deeper issues that training and equipment cannot solve. It seems at least some local cops there were in cahoots with the gangster. No amount of training and equipment will save you if you are betrayed by your own like this.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby A Nandy » 07 Jul 2020 18:10

Discussed in another thread, deleting. Sorry.
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby darshan » 07 Jul 2020 18:24

Anti Hindu riots

Delhi Riots: Funds received from the UK, Oman and UAE in January, Police continues to probe foreign funding link
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/delhi-a ... -oman-uae/
In a significant development, sleuths of Delhi Police have made a major revelation about the alleged foreign funding into the violent anti-Hindu riots that rocked the national capital in the last week of February. The Delhi Police in its investigation into the Delhi riots found that funds were received from the United Kingdom, Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) just before the flare-up in the northeast Delhi.

According to the sources, the Delhi police personnel are in possession of a register that bears that secrets of Delhi riots funding. The register was made ahead of the violent riots and has the complete bookkeeping of how the funds were utilised and distributed with the aim to gin up the riots in Delhi, the sources and the beneficiaries of the funds, a senior officer privy to details said.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby darshan » 07 Jul 2020 22:04

Pulwama attack: NIA nabs Bilal Ahmed Kuchey, 7th terrorist who provided logistics and high-end mobile phones to the JeM terrorists
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/nia-nab ... ma-attack/

The terror associate, who ran a sawmill at his place was accused of providing logistic support to the JeM terrorists involved in the 2019 Pulwama attack. It is being alleged that Bilal Ahmed had given shelter to the main perpetrators in his house and had further introduced them to other OGW’s who had provided safe houses to these terrorists during their stay and while planning the attack.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 10 Jul 2020 09:28

Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in encounter, says UP Police
UP gangster Vikas Dubey, accused in the killing of 8 cops, shot dead while attempting to flee
Good riddance. But hope that UP Govt. has managed to get maximum information from him. And to be read with this is the fact that five of is aides have also been shot dead in different places in UP.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Pratyush » 10 Jul 2020 09:40

Sachin wrote:Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in encounter, says UP Police
UP gangster Vikas Dubey, accused in the killing of 8 cops, shot dead while attempting to flee
Good riddance. But hope that UP Govt. has managed to get maximum information from him. And to be read with this is the fact that five of is aides have also been shot dead in different places in UP.


I am conflicted about this news.

I would have wished that he received the death penelty from the judiciary and was hanged for justice.

The death will just satisfy the call for revenge.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SriKumar » 10 Jul 2020 10:07

Sachin wrote:Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in encounter, says UP Police
UP gangster Vikas Dubey, accused in the killing of 8 cops, shot dead while attempting to flee
Good riddance. But hope that UP Govt. has managed to get maximum information from him. And to be read with this is the fact that five of is aides have also been shot dead in different places in UP.
THey probably knew his story even when they came for him, so maybe he did not have much to share, other than maybe his bank accounts. This sends a message (i) to the rest of the gangsta's cronies that they better behave, and (ii) the judiciary has become irrelevant (Per regular procedure, he would be eating chana batura in jail for 20 years while his case got due process)- same story as the encounter in Hyderabad on the rape case where they kidnapped the lady, raped and burnt her. The judiciary has become irrelevant for most of the citizens as far as criminal (and civil) cases are concerned. (Also, this just shows how bad UP was before Yogi came on board- the gangsters were running the place. This guy was a (ex) BSP functionary too).

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby uddu » 10 Jul 2020 10:14

62 cases in 30 years. What's that one more case going to do? Explains one thing. Current state of Indian Judiciary.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 10 Jul 2020 11:43

Sachin wrote:Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in encounter, says UP Police
UP gangster Vikas Dubey, accused in the killing of 8 cops, shot dead while attempting to flee
Good riddance. But hope that UP Govt. has managed to get maximum information from him. And to be read with this is the fact that five of is aides have also been shot dead in different places in UP.


The guy surrendered after his nephew was shot dead and his son was taken in custody- it was him or his son and he chose his death. It sends a message- these are ones that kept the Mafia ecosystem flowing, you remove the ground level workers, then there is no one to implement unwritten policies.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby nandakumar » 10 Jul 2020 15:19

SriKumar wrote:
Sachin wrote:Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in encounter, says UP Police
UP gangster Vikas Dubey, accused in the killing of 8 cops, shot dead while attempting to flee
Good riddance. But hope that UP Govt. has managed to get maximum information from him. And to be read with this is the fact that five of is aides have also been shot dead in different places in UP.
THey probably knew his story even when they came for him, so maybe he did not have much to share, other than maybe his bank accounts. This sends a message (i) to the rest of the gangsta's cronies that they better behave, and (ii) the judiciary has become irrelevant (Per regular procedure, he would be eating chana batura in jail for 20 years while his case got due process)- same story as the encounter in Hyderabad on the rape case where they kidnapped the lady, raped and burnt her. The judiciary has become irrelevant for most of the citizens as far as criminal (and civil) cases are concerned. (Also, this just shows how bad UP was before Yogi came on board- the gangsters were running the place. This guy was a (ex) BSP functionary too).

The irony is that the Supreme Court had ruled that the police cannot handcuff an accused. So if the police claim that the prisoner snatched a rifle or simply tried to run away and was killed while fleeing, the Courts can't turn around and ask the police, "why didn't you handcuff him?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 10 Jul 2020 16:20

Aditya_V wrote:
Sachin wrote:Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in encounter, says UP Police
UP gangster Vikas Dubey, accused in the killing of 8 cops, shot dead while attempting to flee
Good riddance. But hope that UP Govt. has managed to get maximum information from him. And to be read with this is the fact that five of is aides have also been shot dead in different places in UP.


The guy surrendered after his nephew was shot dead and his son was taken in custody- it was him or his son and he chose his death. It sends a message- these are ones that kept the Mafia ecosystem flowing, you remove the ground level workers, then there is no one to implement unwritten policies.


as a general rule, there are very few places in the world where you can kill cops and get away with it.

his death by encounter was decided at the very minute he sprung the ambush.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby dinesh_kimar » 10 Jul 2020 16:32

Priyanka Gandhi has called for a judicial probe over the encounter.

Notice she kept mum when the 8 cops were gunned down.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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Aditya_V wrote:
Sachin wrote:Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in encounter, says UP Police
UP gangster Vikas Dubey, accused in the killing of 8 cops, shot dead while attempting to flee
Good riddance. But hope that UP Govt. has managed to get maximum information from him. And to be read with this is the fact that five of is aides have also been shot dead in different places in UP.


The guy surrendered after his nephew was shot dead and his son was taken in custody- it was him or his son and he chose his death. It sends a message- these are ones that kept the Mafia ecosystem flowing, you remove the ground level workers, then there is no one to implement unwritten policies.



Sitting Judge never available... any way two judge panel has decided - Justice Yamraj & Justice Chitragupta passed the verdict...where no review possible
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Press Trust of India@PTI_News

Congress demands judicial probe monitored by sitting Supreme Court judge into entire episode involving gangster Vikas Dubey
3:12 PM · Jul 10, 2020

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 10 Jul 2020 16:38

Pratyush wrote:I would have wished that he received the death penelty from the judiciary and was hanged for justice.

Sir, you seem to have high hopes on the justice system in India. From another comment I read; this chap had 62 cases in 30 years (i.e a hit rate of two cases/year). And he still was out in his bungalow and went ahead and killed 8 police officers. If any thing which gets proven here is the absolute uselessness of the Indian judicial system when it comes to speedy delivery of justice. By the way there was a case of a nun found dead in a well which happened ages back and is still being heard in the court of law. The nun if alive most likely would be in her 50s by now.

And on judicial executions. I do feel that even the Nirbhaya rapists hung mainly because; their overall poor status, their religion and then the gravity of their crime.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 10 Jul 2020 16:43

Sachin wrote:
Pratyush wrote:I would have wished that he received the death penelty from the judiciary and was hanged for justice.

Sir, you seem to have high hopes on the justice system in India. From another comment I read; this chap had 62 cases in 30 years (i.e a hit rate of two cases/year). And he still was out in his bungalow and went ahead and killed 8 police officers. If any thing which gets proven here is the absolute uselessness of the Indian judicial system when it comes to speedy delivery of justice. By the way there was a case of a nun found dead in a well which happened ages back and is still being heard in the court of law. The nun if alive most likely would be in her 50s by now.

And on judicial executions. I do feel that even the Nirbhaya rapists hung mainly because; their overall poor status, their religion and then the gravity of their crime.



no one is asking how this gangster was granted bail several times despite being a wanted criminal. :mrgreen:


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 10 Jul 2020 16:51

dinesh_kimar wrote:Priyanka Gandhi has called for a judicial probe over the encounter.

Notice she kept mum when the 8 cops were gunned down.


after all, does she not come from a janeudhari brahmin catholic family :mrgreen:

sickular India gives her the right to do so, but............

never forgive and never forget:

those playing the brahmins card over VikasDubey encounter:

vikas dubey's men cut off a brahmin cop devendra mishra's head
and toes with axe

They were barbaπians & deserved this.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby darshan » 10 Jul 2020 17:05

Hours before Vikas Dubey was killed in encounter, a petition was filed in Supreme Court seeking protection for the gangster
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/vikas-d ... ssion=true
According to the reports, the Mumbai-based petitioner Ghanshyam Upadhyay had stated that there was a high possibility that Vikas Dubey might be killed in an encounter like his aides. Citing the encounters of several of Dubey’s aides, the petitioner demanded protection for gangster Vikas Dubey.

The petitioner had also urged the Supreme Court to transfer Vikas Dubey’s case from Uttar Pradesh police to CBI. The petitioner also asked for the registration of an FIR for the demolition of Vikas Dubey’s house and other properties by the UP Police along with the killings of his associates.

The lawyer from Mumbai also stated that he had no sympathy for Dubey but maintained that in a country where even Afzal Guru and Ajmal Kasab had been given a fair trial, “Dubey cannot be simply killed by UP police officials who have become a law unto themselves”.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby darshan » 10 Jul 2020 19:32

Many attend funerals of terrorists. I wonder if congress leaders would be attending Dubey's funeral.

‘I will not go to attend his last rites’: Says the father of deceased gangster Vikas Dubey
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/vikas-d ... up-police/

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SriKumar » 10 Jul 2020 19:51

nandakumar wrote: Supreme Court had ruled that the police cannot handcuff an accused. So if the police claim that the prisoner snatched a rifle or simply tried to run away and was killed while fleeing, the Courts can't turn around and ask the police, "why didn't you handcuff him?
Unbelievable. In the pictures of the arrest near the temple, I Was wondering why he was not hand-cuffed, one policeman was holding Dubey by his pants (from the back). Did not know this was a SC ruling.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 10 Jul 2020 20:50

SriKumar wrote:Unbelievable. In the pictures of the arrest near the temple, I Was wondering why he was not hand-cuffed, one policeman was holding Dubey by his pants (from the back). Did not know this was a SC ruling.

There are Supreme Court directives on hand-cuffing the prisoners. It is to be used only in the extreme cases where restraint of the arrested man would be other wise difficult. These guide lines came in with a good intention; that is to stop the practise of putting hand cuffs to humiliate the arrested person. And there was also a guide line that hand cuffs are to be avoided when travelling. Again the intention being that the arrested person's chance to escape if the vehicle meets with an accident is NOT restricted because he was hand cuffed. I have seen in states like KL, where the police men actually put two cuffs on the same hands when the accused are brought for court hearings :).

Now why does NOT the person try to escape? As per many police men it is only due to a tacit understanding between the remand prisoner and the police man on escort duty. And a slight fear that if they make an attempt and get caught; then the treatment they would be getting would not very good for their health. Again, if you notice it is the threat of physical pain which is at play here not any great fear of the juidicial system. :rotfl:

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 10 Jul 2020 20:57

UP police

faisla on the spot.

game, set, and match.


TIMES NOW@TimesNow·35m
#Breaking | Gangster Vikas Dubey's wife at cremation ground stands with police and says 'encounter was the right step'.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby nandakumar » 10 Jul 2020 21:18

Sachin wrote:
SriKumar wrote:Unbelievable. In the pictures of the arrest near the temple, I Was wondering why he was not hand-cuffed, one policeman was holding Dubey by his pants (from the back). Did not know this was a SC ruling.

There are Supreme Court directives on hand-cuffing the prisoners. It is to be used only in the extreme cases where restraint of the arrested man would be other wise difficult. These guide lines came in with a good intention; that is to stop the practise of putting hand cuffs to humiliate the arrested person. And there was also a guide line that hand cuffs are to be avoided when travelling. Again the intention being that the arrested person's chance to escape if the vehicle meets with an accident is NOT restricted because he was hand cuffed. I have seen in states like KL, where the police men actually put two cuffs on the same hands when the accused are brought for court hearings :).

Now why does NOT the person try to escape? As per many police men it is only due to a tacit understanding between the remand prisoner and the police man on escort duty. And a slight fear that if they make an attempt and get caught; then the treatment they would be getting would not very good for their health. Again, if you notice it is the threat of physical pain which is at play here not any great fear of the juidicial system. :rotfl:

Another bizarre outcome of the Supreme Court directions is that two policemen on either side of the accused lock their hands with him as though they are some bosom buddies while he is escorted to and from the Court.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby darshan » 10 Jul 2020 21:23


TIMES NOW@TimesNow·35m
#Breaking | Gangster Vikas Dubey's wife at cremation ground stands with police and says 'encounter was the right step'.


I suppose no political party showed up. Probably no urban naxals either. Also worth contrasting against terrorist funerals and fan fare that they receive.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby suryag » 11 Jul 2020 00:45

I believe Vikas Dubey got what he deserved, however, would have liked the same thing for the peaceful turd who is the main accused in the IB officer's killing

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Ashokk » 12 Jul 2020 03:51

Intel warns of possible Pakistani BAT 'action' on Indian security forces in J&K
Security forces at India-Pakistan border have been put on high alert after an intelligence input revealed that terrorists are trying to sneak into Jammu and Kashmir. Sources in intelligence agencies have told ANI that input has been shared with the forces and they have been asked to keep a close watch on activities in these areas. Forces suspect that the BAT of Pakistan army is facilitating terrorists to carry out an action soon. There have been movements of terrorists towards the Indian side. Pakistan's BAT consists of its army commandos and terrorists belonging to various terror outfits. BAT has started targeting civilians as well.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 12 Jul 2020 21:59

suryag wrote:I believe Vikas Dubey got what he deserved, however, would have liked the same thing for the peaceful turd who is the main accused in the IB officer's killing


vehicles can overturn anywhere, no :mrgreen:

time and place are uncertain.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby asgkhan » 12 Jul 2020 23:07

Sachin wrote:
SriKumar wrote:Unbelievable. In the pictures of the arrest near the temple, I Was wondering why he was not hand-cuffed, one policeman was holding Dubey by his pants (from the back). Did not know this was a SC ruling.

There are Supreme Court directives on hand-cuffing the prisoners. It is to be used only in the extreme cases where restraint of the arrested man would be other wise difficult. These guide lines came in with a good intention; that is to stop the practise of putting hand cuffs to humiliate the arrested person. And there was also a guide line that hand cuffs are to be avoided when travelling. Again the intention being that the arrested person's chance to escape if the vehicle meets with an accident is NOT restricted because he was hand cuffed. I have seen in states like KL, where the police men actually put two cuffs on the same hands when the accused are brought for court hearings :).

Now why does NOT the person try to escape? As per many police men it is only due to a tacit understanding between the remand prisoner and the police man on escort duty. And a slight fear that if they make an attempt and get caught; then the treatment they would be getting would not very good for their health. Again, if you notice it is the threat of physical pain which is at play here not any great fear of the juidicial system. :rotfl:



When running around for my divorce, I saw many criminals in long chain cuffs coming down to magistrate's court. They were all daisy chained and at extremes will be chained to two constables.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 13 Jul 2020 12:15

Gold smuggling continues unabated in Kerala. Huge gold haul again at Thiruvananthapuram, Kannur airports.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 13 Jul 2020 12:41

Sachin wrote:Gold smuggling continues unabated in Kerala. Huge gold haul again at Thiruvananthapuram, Kannur airports.


It became the main currency after 16 Nov 16 and Kerala was the main gateway- it is just now seizures are happening and the nexus is being broken.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 14 Jul 2020 11:03

Interesting, clearly points to the Ecosystem protecting itself, there were definately some elements in India involved in IC-814 hijacking

https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/curious-case-of-abdul-momin-convicted-in-kandahar-hijacking-acquitted-in-related-trial-6504277/

The Mumbai case
In the Mumbai case, Momin was booked for obtaining forged documents to procure passports for the five Pakistani hijackers. He was booked along with 22 others in a separate case filed in Mumbai on charges including forgery, forgery of a passport, cheating and relevant sections of the Indian Passport Act. It was claimed that Momin had paid between Rs 300 and Rs 2500 to a passport agent, his employees, passport office clerks, employees of motor driving schools from where false documents were given to procure driving licences in names of the hijackers.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 14 Jul 2020 12:06

Updates on the Gold smuggling via the consulate baggage case in Kerala. If what is reported in Malayalam news channels are true, NIA has just seen the tip of the ice berg. The smuggling system in Kerala seems to be heavily focusing on anti-national activities. May be it was the IB findings that Delhi riots was financially sponsored by KL based organisations which got NIA involved in this case. Kerala requires a very good clean up and hope it gets done.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chetak » 14 Jul 2020 13:47

Sachin wrote:Updates on the Gold smuggling via the consulate baggage case in Kerala. If what is reported in Malayalam news channels are true, NIA has just seen the tip of the ice berg. The smuggling system in Kerala seems to be heavily focusing on anti-national activities. May be it was the IB findings that Delhi riots was financially sponsored by KL based organisations which got NIA involved in this case. Kerala requires a very good clean up and hope it gets done.


the fall out of the dilli investigations has led to the unearthing of a vast money trail that is operating through hawala channels and a lot of these hawala guys are non muslim.

if covid and the markaz fiasco had not intervened, there is no telling where this shaheen bagh narrative would have ended.

there were a lot of foreign players who got exposed during this well planned and well executed agitation.

their end game is not clear yet.

what was their immediate objective and how were they going to achieve tangible results to consolidate their position is not out in the public domain yet.

India is too big a country to achieve or enforce a regime change in the manner of some stupid arab spring sort of way.

IMHO, had shaheen bagh continued along its chosen flightpath, a massive godhra type of reaction would have engulfed the momin.

having exposed their jehadi hand, phase two of this project would be that much more difficult to carry our because the affected guys who were caught flatfooted earlier now know clearly what signs to watch out for.

the home ministry, as well as the intelligence agencies, would by now have infiltrated the faithfools, a point that was grossly neglected the first time around.

This was like the civilian version of kargil.

the systematic spread of the covid virus was a quickly improvised gameplan and shows their ability to think quickly and move rapidly, tactically speaking.

there is more to the cheeni app ban than meets the eye.

I strongly suspect that the GoI has quietly acquired the ability to decrypt and read whatsapp, facebook and other social media mass communication channels.

now that India has demonstrated its seriousness in the app banning business, I don't think that ameriki objections would hold much water because some of these apps have publicly gone against trump as well and trump may not be so keen to bail them out.

the mere threat of a whatsapp, facebook, etc ban would would easily make dirty jack to crack and agree to the GoI set conditions. After all, it becomes a NATSEC issue for us.

much more than financials, its the loss of their ability to weaponize their apps to influence elections, shape and slant narratives, and mold public opinion for their conversion mafia, as well as their BIF clients' nefarious agendas.

This is what brings in the very big bucks for such weaponized platforms.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 14 Jul 2020 15:12

Please also include PLA mobilization since Jan20 Feb 20 and noticed in Apr 20. It was an all out plan from all directions, start riots on the day of Trump's visit to Delhi, we will busy with local riots, calls for Army flag marches all over the country while TSP and PLA will hit on the borders while Jihadis will start attack in Kashmir.


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