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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Fri Mar 13, 2020 12:37 pm
by saurabh
A good public opinion on Jyotiradity Scindia

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 4:40 am
by saurabh
I think good news is coming from MP. Governor Lalji Tandon is ready for floor test tomorrow. A resort politics that has been started by congress is going to create problems for them only. :D :D ... 57/photo/1

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 8:40 am
by chetak
Cleaning up Mahathir's mess

‘We’ll buy your sugar, please buy our palm oil,’ new PM of Malaysia goes all out to placate India

12 March 2020

In a sign of things to come, India’s exports of sugar to Malaysia so have nearly tripled over the 2019 figure despite it being less than 3 months into 2020. The Muhyiddin government is trying to placate India as Mahathir’s relentless anti-India propaganda resulted in a spat in terms of trade relations wherein India dramatically reduced Malaysia’s palm oil exports.

In the first three months of 2020, Malaysia has imported 324,405 tonnes of sugar from India compared to around 110,000 tonnes in 2019. It is estimated that Malaysia’s raw sugar purchases this year will surpass 400,000 tonnes.

According to Malaysia’s Commodities Minister Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali, Malaysia has set itself a month’s deadline to resolve the dispute over palm oil. Earlier this month, Malaysia’s Transport Minister Dr Wee Ka Liong said, “Can we just renegotiate? It’s for my country as well as for my people,” Wee told Reuters. “Since we are a new government, let the PM, the new government deal with it. We treasure the friendship with India.”

The Malaysian government by asking its refiners to give preference to India when it comes to the purchase of raw sugar — it is reaching out to India as it strives to hit the reset button.

Globally, the European Union is also planning to phase out palm oil by 2030 as there are growing concerns over its impact on the environment as Malaysia finds itself caught in the crossfire between the US-China trade war as two of its biggest trade partners engage in a tariff war.

Clearly, antagonising India was not wise, and India’s aggressive approach to curb trade had not been anticipated by Malaysia. India’s tactic with Mahathir is turning out to be successful, and will define how India behaves with its detractors in the future.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 9:35 am
by chetak
given their "rights" one was wondering when these guys would play this card

Islam does not approve: Four Muslims who returned from Dubai threaten health officials in Karnataka, refuse to undergo Coronavirus test

15 March, 2020

At a time when the entire world is on edge due to coronavirus outbreak, a shocking incident of recklessness has been reported from Bhatkal town of Karnataka where four Muslim youths who had recently returned from Dubai has objected to medical tests claiming that Islam did not permit them to be subjected to medical tests, reports Public TV.

The District administration of Uttara Kannada, Karnataka has been on a high alert ever since the coronavirus outbreak has occurred. They have set up quarantine and medical facilities across the district to check the incoming passengers to make sure that the deadly contagious virus is not spread. The district authorities have also launched a door-to-door campaign to carry out medical checkups to ascertain the impact of the global pandemic.

Similarly, the district officials on Friday attempted to carry out a medical checkup in Muslim-dominated areas of Bhatkal. Four Muslim youths, who had returned to the city from Dubai on Friday, were asked to submit themselves to the medical check-up as a precautionary measure. Earlier, another person who had returned to the city from Bhatkal was suspected to be carrying symptoms.

However, the four Muslim youths threatened the health officials and asked them to return. The Muslim youths objected to carrying out any medical tests citing that Islam does not permit such tests.

The willful negligence by the Muslim youths citing their religion to not permit such medical checkup has now put a lot of other people in the city at risk. The locals are now demanding that the district administration should take them into custody and quarantine them to ascertain whether the four Muslim youths are subjected to the deadly COVID-19.

Meanwhile the Uttara Kannada district officials have also quarantined 14 people belonging to a single-family, who had returned from a religious trip to Mecca and Medina. The family members had travelled to Saudi Arabia with a 76-year-old man who had succumbed to coronavirus last week, becoming the first person in the country to pass away because of the COVID-19.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 3:31 pm
by saurabh
UP CM is taking such a bold decision in favor of Hinduism. He has converted the Haj house into a hospital. In this hospital, Coronavirus patients will be treated ... 68/photo/1

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 3:38 pm
by saurabh
While everyone is talking about whats steps should be taken to stop CoronaViruse in the SAARC conference. Pakistan raises the J&K issue and praises china. while every leader was praising PM to take this kind of initiative Pakistan is still playing dirty politics games. ... 90688?s=20

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 10:35 am
by chetak
The main group behind the Sri Lankan bombings, the National Thowheed Jamath (NTJ), was an ideological offspring of this rapidly growing Islamist group in Tamil Nadu -TN Thowheed Jamath (TNTJ).

ANI @ANI · Mar 18
Chennai: People including Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath members continue their protest against CAA, NRC and NPR near Madras High Court.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:23 pm
by chetak
Hours before floor test, Madhya Pradesh Speaker accepts resignation of remaining rebel Congress MLAs

With this resignations of the Jyotiraditya Scindia loyalists, all 22 MLAs who resigned on March 10 now stand accepted - consequently making the House's total strength fall to 206.

Friday, March, 20, 2020

Hours before floor test, Madhya Pradesh Speaker accepts resignation of remaining rebel Congress MLAs

With this resignations of the Jyotiraditya Scindia loyalists, all 22 MLAs who resigned on March 10 now stand accepted - consequently making the House's total strength fall to 206.

20th March 2020

The 19 Madhya Pradesh rebel Congress MLAs pose with their resignation letters in Bengaluru on Tuesday. The Madhya Pradesh rebel Congress MLAs pose with their resignation letters in Bengaluru on Tuesday.

BHOPAL : In a major development on Thursday late night, Madhya Pradesh Assembly Speaker Narmada Prasad Prajapati accepted the resignations of remaining 16 rebel Congress MLAs who have been in Bengaluru since March 9.

With this resignations of the Jyotiraditya Scindia loyalists, all 22 MLAs who resigned on March 10 now stand accepted - consequently making the House's total strength fall to 206, where ruling Congress with 92 members and seven allied MLAs is now at least five short of simple majority figure of 104 seats, while BJP with 107 MLAs is three more than the simple majority.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:24 pm
by chetak
Nirbhaya convicts approach SC to stay hanging, hearing at 2.30 am

Nirbhaya convicts set for gallows as Delhi HC rejects plea in midnight hearing
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Thursday upheld the death warrants issued by a lower court scheduling the hanging of the four death row convicts in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case at 5.30 a.m. on Friday.

Dismissing the plea filed by the convicts through advocate A.P. Singh, a division bench of Justices Manmohan and Sanjiv Narula said: "Writ petition bereft of merits, dismissed."

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 6:23 am
by chetak
Former CJI Gogoi levels a serious charge: “Independence of judiciary means breaking stranglehold of half-a-dozen people over it. They hold judges to ransom. If a case is not decided in a way advocated by them, they malign the judge.”

Guess which lawyers/netas comprise the lobby


Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2020 8:03 am
by chetak
Corona has proved that India's bigger problem is not illiteracy, it is the willful stupidity of literate people.

This is a black swan event, where money, fame, literacy, and power do not guarantee either decency, sanity, or immunity.

We must understand the importance of maintaining social distancing and do it at any cost. What we are witnessing is corona jihad or corona intifada as certain islamists refuse to undergo testing on return from foreign countries thus placing the general population at grave risk.

Call them out under the public safety act, file cases, cancel passports and other entitlements if these elements insist on being socially irresponsible and selfishly reckless.

these "entitled" classes, whether they are the elites, jehadis or conversion fundoos, or even any fundoo for that matter, are all a curse visited upon India

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2020 7:41 pm
by chetak
Dr Sumita Misra IAS @sumitamisra

Chandigarh admin is putting these notices outside homes where quarantine is required.

Simple & sensible.



Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:26 am
by chetak
first, consider this before reading the article quoted

Authenticity unknown. Origin unknown. Probability cannot be ruled out.
A must worth reading

COVID 19 a Bio weapon.

Threat factors are panning out is indicative that COVID is a bio weapon.

1. Initial info curved by China.
2. Then media release that it was caused by eating bats.
3. Release in Wuhan where they have a bio weapon facility.
4. Game plan was already in place.
5. Multiple 1000 bed prefab hospitals set up in a very short time. Thousands of medical personnel mobilised.
6. Huge quantity of Special eqpt mobilised in very short time.
7. Intense measures used to control population.
8. By 20 March COVID Controlled in China.

Obviously there was a battle plan in place and that was activated. On the other hand rest of the world has been handed a sucker punch to the plexus.

Major economic setback has been inflicted all economic activity has been crushed, as world nations struggle to cope.

Now China will emerge as a major economic power. At low cost it has inflicted a major blow and is many steps closer to world dominance, which is its aim. A country which could kill over 5 million of its own ppl in its cultural revolution, it not going to bat an eyelid over a few thousand dead

If it has to sacrifice a couple of thousand, as has happened now.

The Chinese WHO play was to ensure that export of virus to other countries carries on unhindered. So no pandemic declaration, to embargo on flights,no screening. Now the entire world is locked down, less China.

The Chinese believe in total dominance not co existence like our civilisation. All their actions are oriented towards projection of hard power, military or economic. Unlike India which has strong belief in power of soft power.

Now we wait for the next Chinese moves, as we struggle to overcome the major damage that the CHINESE VIRUS has inflicted on us in terms of morale and confidence current and future economic state.

Work must unite to tackle the contagion and the Chinese game plan . China must pay
#CoronavirusPandemic #ChinaVirus

In the army they teach you to look out for ‘battle indicators’. They are a pointer to the adversary’s intentions and plans. An examination of battle indicators helps identifying en’s future steps and in formulating our own counter plan

Battle Indicators:

1. Unusual suppression of info and execution of a deception plan. All measures were taken by China to suppress info leak on COVID19 to include expulsion of western journalists.
A deception plan was activated, that it was a bat eating related issue emanating from local meat market. China failed to share info with world till it was too late to prevent spread.

2. China leaned heavily on WHO to prevent it being declared a pandemic.
Lack of restrictions thereby lead to spread across the world. Delayed declaration is akin to shutting the stable door once the horse has bolted.

3. Deployment of multiple 1000 bed hospitals. While it is a commendable feat, it is not possible without deep preparation.
No country has such prefab hospitals lying stored around to be deploy in ten days flat. We are struggling to create isolation wards out of soldiers' barrack accommodations. The Chinese response was too pat and army based.

4. Special equipment and clothing. No country or army has hazmat suits and other spl eqpt, robots etc readily available in the numbers observed on media in China. Even their defogging personnel were in hazmat suits. Compare this with rest of the world.

5. Population control measures. Very strict measures were implemented. It was a planned deployment of resources based on police and army. Force was used ruthlessly as what was apparent in media. This is not a panic resultant administrative response. There was a plan in place.

6. Now that the virus is having a free run across the world, China having stamped it down, is now in pole position. Economies will suffer immensely.
China will step in to support and build up markets for its goods. If western leadership weakens, they will not be able to resist

The Chinese resurgence. Western power projection both military and economic, will suffer. China benefits.

There has to be a coordinated counter plan based on mutual support.

This may not be the last bio weapon.

A disaster Made in China

A disaster Made in China

Arvind Kumar Seshadri Chari
March 22, 2020,

What we are witnessing is worse than a war situation.

What began as isolated cases of a hitherto unknown respiratory problem in a remote town of Wuhan in China’s Hubei province is now a global epidemic. It is not only killing people but also devouring economies, rattling governments, unsettling societies and threatening to become a gigantic disaster of unmanageable proportions. Even the two World Wars did not probably pile up a calamity of this magnitude. Truly speaking, Covid-19, both overtly and covertly, has been achieving all the objectives of a warfare. It has posed serious challenges to global peace and stability. The impact on global economy is also being witnessed.

Almost all the commercial capitals of the world are shut. Stock markets are in a pathetic condition. India’s commercial capital is in no better condition.

What we are witnessing is worse than a war situation. In a conventional war we know our enemies, the tools of war and the strengths and weaknesses of the adversary. In this new war, Novel Coronavirus, Covid-19, we don’t know the strength of the enemy, we are unfamiliar with the tools of combat and worst is that we have no insulation against the onslaught. This enemy will remain invisible but at the same time the place at which it originated, Wuhan, will remain a part of the discourse, especially on how it originated.

As suggested by a section of the strategic community, what we are witnessing today is nothing short of a biological warfare, a covert aggression and non-conventional war. Day after day the seriousness of the situation is getting clearer but hardly any solution is available. The Prime Minister’s address to the nation indicated some solutions, but they were all preventive in nature and more or less sounded like preparing for a greater and more virulent attack.

But if this is serious, more seems to be coming yet. The antidote to the pandemic may be found sooner or later but not before it takes its toll. But the real intensity of the pandemic will be felt when the global economy implodes.

As reports suggest, it is evident that the virus first hit a few people in a small town in China’s Hubei province. Instead of controlling its spread, the local authorities silenced the whistle blower doctor and allowed infected people to travel all over the world. It is too early to concur with the strategic community that the origin and the spread of Covid-19 should be seen as part of an unconventional warfare. While the ultimate aim of a conventional war is to destroy the enemy’s ability to exist as a strong power and stand in competition with the contender, in the case of non-conventional warfares, the strategy is to overpower the competitor or enemy and achieve the military objectives of paralysing the enemy’s capability to fight. In modern times, when economic strength and clout are as powerful as military capabilities, China’s business strategy does not seem to be very different from its military strategy. The US-China trade engagement had all the trappings of a major military conflict, and hence, is referred to as a trade war.

China had practically become the production centre of the world. Now after the “Chinese Virus” no country will be able to resume normal businesses with China. While the Chinese PR agencies are on an overdrive to shun the tag of “Made in China Virus”, a full scale war of words has erupted, strongly propelled by none other than the President of the US, Donald Trump.

“I always treated the Chinese Virus very seriously, and have done a very good job from the beginning, including my very early decision to close the ‘borders’ from China against the wishes of almost all…”, Trump has said. When a reporter described this as racist, Trump declared in unequivocal terms that “Because it comes from China. It’s not racist at all. No, not at all. It comes from China. That’s why. It comes from China. I want to be accurate.”

But the US is also gearing up to the impending recession by announcing a string of economic measures to boost the economy like massive tax concessions for the salaried class, a $50 billion bailout package for the airline industry, another $250 billion fund for the small scale industry. There are plans to infuse funds into the healthcare system and provide extra back-up for meeting the requirements of unemployment doles that are sure to go up in the next few months as industry will need to tighten cut corners by reducing employment.

If the world’s largest economy is preparing for a future shock, the Indian economy will need much more than knee-jerk reactions. The Prime Minister has constituted a Covid-19 Economic Revival Task Force. It is too early to comment on it, but such a task force will have to employ extraordinary tools considering the extraordinarily serious situation.

It is difficult to appreciate the statement of the Union Minister of State for Finance that “Covid-19 will have no adverse impact on Indian economy”. This statement has no validation and substantiation through rational means. The year 2020 has been a non starter for the Indian economy. Even Budget 2020 is not helping the revival of the manufacturing sector. The Indian economy’s trajectory is already showing signs of slowing down.

All over the world the consumer market will soon run out of goods and commodities and start looking for production centres. Countries will find it difficult to go back to trade with China with the same ease and confidence with which they did so far. In their search for alternative source India will surely be a best bet. It is, therefore, imperative on the part of the government to think out of the box, use unconventional economic methods to boost industrial production, especially those of the small and medium scale units. India would require to act proactively and come up with a plan to void the gap created by China.

The debate on China being the main fulcrum of this outbreak will not stop. The dominant view that Wuhan Institute of Virology remains the main source of Covid-19 outbreak will perhaps need more evidence and rationale for claiming the current pandemic to be some sort of a biological warfare. Nevertheless, the objectives of a warfare are being realised, impacting all and creating a lose-lose situation. The emerging situations though seem to be a manifestation of a well articulated strategy by China to gain maximum advantages, but has gone out of their control, which has led to a great disaster across the globe.

Dr Arvind Kumar is a Professor of Geopolitics and International Relations at Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Manipal. Seshadri Chari is a well known political commentator and strategic analyst.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2020 5:12 am
by chetak
Coronavirus pandemic: Air India crew that helped evacuate Indians ostracised by RWA, airline appeals to treat them with dignity

Air India said in its press release, “It is alarming to note that in many localities, vigilante Resident Welfare Associations and neighbours have started ostracizing the crew, obstructing them from performing their duty or even calling in the police, simply because the crew travelled abroad in the course of their duty. These vigilantes have conveniently forgotten that many a spouse, parent, sibling, child and near and dear one have been brought home safe and secure from affected countries, thanks to the heroic efforts of these Air India crew.”

Air India also said that every precaution was taken to ensure the safety of its screw during the flights abroad that were made. Sanitizers, gloves and masks in ample amounts were also provided to the crew during the flights. “Crew members who are landing into India from affected cities are sent on home quarantine and also to designated hospitals for check-up as part of the protocol,” the press release said.


Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 4:50 am
by saurabh
The good news is coming from Delhi. Shaheen bagh has been cleared by Delhi police. The ladies who are sitting there for Biryani can make their biryani at home now. It was very necessary for lockdown. It starts yesterday when Lucknow Ghantaghar has been cleared. Still, so-called liberals are making protest through social media but all country is praising Delhi police now. They were not understanding the value of lockdown and Corona that's why police have taken such a decision. some of them have been arrested.

There is an area in Delhi called Mustafabad. Most of the population in Mustafabad are Muslims. They are also not supporting lockdown.

Apart from this Muslims in the villages are not understanding the situations. some of my colleagues who live in villages told me that they are not supporting lockdown. They are dangerous for other people as well. ... 25632?s=20

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 4:57 am
by saurabh
Viruses like Dhruv rathee are more dangerous for society. He thinks that he can talk on every issue. Basically I think these are the google journalist not ground reporters. You can see his 2 irresponsible statements in the attached video because of there misguiding videos people not take anything seriously.

I think the Government should take appropriate action on him ... 28448?s=20

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:00 am
by Muns
Modi I feel as mean great play with the current lockdown and the Janata Curfew. Many states have taken up to creating a one-week lockdown as a start initially. Hard to believe that streets of Delhi could be emptied out but this is exactly what I hear is going on. Even Kejriwal seems to be backing Modi. Good to see the PM take the initiative yet again. He’s always seems to be ahead of the curve.

Of course, there will be economic effects but it can be helped. This really seems to be a world effect. We could yet be seeing the beginning of the world recession in the making again. Hard to believe that two months ago things all over really seem to be stronger economically and everyone is thoroughly worried over the next few months.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Wed Mar 25, 2020 6:20 am
by Muns
Both the US and now India are incomplete lockdown. For being in lockdown over the last week, what really didn’t hit me before was the significant effect of the lockdown when it comes to financial as well as economic impact. People that are living paycheck to paycheck are getting hurt the most. There were scenes of shedding tears about how some healthcare workers in the clinic setting may be ordered to take time off.

It also means then that many of them will not be able to complete some of their bills. Many companies however have deferred payment at the end of the month for quite a few months to help families get back into the groove of things. However, the overhanging pall of recession does continue to hang. How that might affect India with the current lockdown as well as a global recession over the next couple of mounts has yet to be really understood.

It’s hard to believe that a single virus coming out of Wuhan China can inflict such economic damage the world over. Strict trade as well as sanctions I feel should be placed on China to make sure that such live markets do not sell exotic and endangered animals.
To all of our readers I would say, stay indoors self-isolate and keep safe. The news continues to shock us especially some of the rate of deaths coming out of Italy and Spain.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 5:26 am
by chetak
India lockdown: Doordarshan to bring back Ramayan and Mahabharat TV series as Indians stay home amidst coronavirus outbreak


26 March, 2020

Growing up in the 80s and the 90s, one of the fondest memories is of watching the B R Chopra’s Mahabharat and Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan on Doordarshan. The roads would go empty as the nation saw Arun Govil as Lord Ram and Nitish Bharadwaj as Lord Krishna. Now that the streets have gone empty again, thanks to the Chinese Wuhan Coronavirus, the public broadcaster has decided to bring back the epics on small screen.

Taking to Twitter, Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar said that the team is trying to work out the logistics.
Hopeful of sharing schedule by end of day today. Technical and Logistics issues being worked out.

— Shashi Shekhar (@shashidigital) March 26, 2020

He said that the schedule will for the same will hopefully be out by end of the day.

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 7:16 am
by chetak
I think that there is a great amount of angst and ill wishers of schadenfreude for India in the gora media as well as sections of the SM that a country like India is managing this pandemic on its own without any "foreign" aid and swarms of white consultant "doctors" swarming all over the country "advising" illiterate SDREs and starving, malnourished brownies with huge photo ops in the gora media.

India is managing with saffron clad yogis and leaders who can only speak english with a heavy gujarati accent whereas gucchi suited and booted white skins are making heavy weather of it back home.

if pappu and the mafia liberandus were handling this, we would be neck deep in dubious FFNGOs and other BIF organisations that would have set up shop in India and claimed that they had done all the work to stop the pandemic in its tracks and the ever ready halleluah gang would press forward with renewed vigor, topped up with funds for the long haul.

Fingers crossed, though.

How much have we disappointed the world

By not getting infected in proportion to our population vis a vis China, not dying like flies, not revolting against GoI on the streets, by rescuing even the most ungrateful citizens from sketchy hellholes abroad

By just being us



Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 1:47 pm
by saurabh
Getting news from Muslim areas, They all are not serious about it. They all are going for Namaz and hanging around. They are not understanding the simple language. I think this is the time that police should use the traditional method in Delhi also. When it comes to riots situation the Molvis announced on loudspeaker but in such kind of problem, they are also not coming.

Such a bad community

all other big Muslim and educated Muslim countries are understanding the situation but these India Muslims are not taking it seriously

I think the Government should give shoot at sight order to these

These goons are attacking police also in Maharastra ... 82304?s=20

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:13 pm
by saurabh
In Mamta Jungleraj you can see how these leftist are behaving with the police. Police was on doing their job and this stupid girl spit on them

Hitler didi can do anything

watch the video ... 24577?s=20

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:37 pm
by saurabh
Again an example of hate is coming from Jamia University where a professor failed the students because they were supporting CAA. He failed 15 nonmuslim students just because they supported CAA. I don't know where these people come from they does not respect their work. They are so blind because of their religion. Although he has been suspended.

I think he is mentally sick ... 04992?s=20

Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2020 6:31 pm
by chetak
beware of social media

look at the identical language of all these tweets
the State of LinkedIn @StateOfLinkedIn·10h

Crazy how many taxi drivers got tearful last night



Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Posted: Fri Mar 27, 2020 1:30 pm
by chetak
Abhijit Iyer-Mitra@Iyervval·1h
Via @ians_india, @AartiTikoo & @Natsecjeff

ISIS terrorists Abu Khalid al-Hindi who massacred 25 Sikhs in a terror attack on a Gurudwara in Kabul.

His real name was Mohammad Sajid, a shopkeeper from Kerala who had fled along with 14 other youth to join ISIS 4 years ago.