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Internal Security Thread

Post by jamwal » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:07 pm

Discussions about issues affecting internal security of India like terrorist activities, espionage, law order issues.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Sicanta » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:54 pm

We were subjected to brutal 'Chinese' torture by ATS, alleges Malegaon blast accused retired Major Ramesh Upadhyay

http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india-w ... yay-404119

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Hari Seldon » Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:33 pm

Wasn't the internal security dhaga part of BRF's strat forum?

if so,it would still be open and accessible there, no?

Why duplicate here, saars? Just curious only.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by jamwal » Wed Oct 04, 2017 8:07 am

I don't believe that these two forums should be complimentary to each other or BGF a subset of only GDF.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Neela » Wed Oct 04, 2017 8:07 pm

Was reading through ATS history.
I found these events strange

- 1991: Lokhandwala Complex shootout
- 1993: ATS is disbanded after inquiries into how above was handled.
- 1993: Mumbai blasts.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by gunjur » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:05 am

A new Maoist CEO and blueprint?
It’s interesting to hear chatter in various parts of national media about the imminent fading of Maoist chief Ganapathy, or Muppala Laxman Rao. It is based on rebel chatter and correspondence that security agencies compile and share from time to time.

A major newspaper even termed the possible elevation of Ganapathy’s colleague, Nambala Keshav Rao, who goes by the nom de guerre of Basavraj (or Basava Raju), as heralding a shift to a “military movement” as opposed to a primarily ideological one for the Communist Party of India (Maoist), or CPI (Maoist), the country’s largest and most active rebel group.

While a change of guard has been indicated for several years, including in this column, the second assertion is bunkum.

The movement, whether in its 13-year-old avatar of CPI (Maoist) or its earlier components that in late-2004 merged to make up the rebel conglomerate, military action through its armed wing, the People’s Liberation Guerilla Army, has always gone hand-in-hand with indoctrination. It’s the pipeline that feeds the movement with recruits from urban areas as well as those—as is increasingly the case—in the hinterlands, the rebel strongholds in parts of central, south and eastern India. Indeed, it was a massive spurt of military action from 2004 onwards that led Manmohan Singh, the prime minister at the time, to describe the Maoist rebellion as India’s “single biggest internal security challenge” in April 2006.

Even with current security chatter of Maoists attempting to expand their base in the Balaghat region of southern Madhya Pradesh near a tri-junction with Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra, is about how Maoists are moving up from areas of Bastar in southern Chhattisgarh where they are under severe pressure from security forces, to prepare the ground for another sanctuary. Indeed, much like Maoist rebels of the day did in Bastar in the late-1980s and early 1990s to prepare ground with research, propaganda, and indoctrination, to create a rebel sanctuary as an alternative to the Telangana area where they were being actively hunted down, their networks infiltrated, their sympathizers weaned away.

(It is easy also to forget that Balaghat was not long ago counted as an active Maoist zone. All that changes is the ebb and flow of rebellion driven by the intensity and success of the state’s response to it.)

The Maoists are the last to deny they are severely stressed at present—and they have been so since 2010 when security response began to be massively ramped up—but that is not the reason for a change of leadership.

At 68, Ganapathy, and his more elderly number two, Prashanta Bose, or Kishan-da, are past their prime. I wrote in this column four years ago: “The brutal fact is that, even as its aftermath can often resemble extended geriatric enterprise, active rebellion and revolution is a younger person’s game … the era of rebel churn will inevitably witness a leadership transition. At the very least, it will evidence the anointing of future leadership to secure the movement and quell the restlessness of the remaining—and younger—first- and second-tier leaders.”

Basava Raju, 10 years younger than Ganapthy, and long-time head of the CPI (Maoist)’s Central Military Commission, the umbrella operational command, is seen as one who fits the bill.

The Maoists have been open about victories as well as vicissitude. I mentioned in this column an introspective letter written by Ganapathy in 2013 to his senior colleagues in the already beleaguered rebel party, as much a revelation of vulnerability as an aggregation of observations that had been voiced by many—including Maoists themselves—for close to two years.

The introspection began over the Lalgarh uprising in West Bengal—the movement culminated in the death of top Maoist leader Mallojula Koteswara Rao, or Kishenji, in end-2011. In the letter Ganapathy bemoaned the loss of several of the party’s top leaders through arrests, death in combat or staged encounters, and ill-health, since 2007. He underscored the loss of territory. Ganapathy urged the need for revival, and even suggested jailbreaks to free leaders from prison. A formal resolution passed by the party’s central committee in 2013 was as introspective.

Then, as now, while matters remain greatly sobering for Maoists, they are far from done. I would keep my eyes on the two distinct Maoist areas of control that are peopled by two distinct leadership groups. The Bastar, or “Telugu” lot, and the Bihar-Jharkhand lot. The give and take here will be crucial for whatever transpires. More on that next week.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

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Malegaon blast accused Col Purohit's secret report exposed links between radical Muslim groups and netas - Watch
New Delhi: Indian Army officer Lt Col Shrikant Prasad Purohit, who walked out of jail in August after spending nine years as an undertrial in the 2008 Malegaon case, had submitted a secret report to Southern Command in Pune in 2006.
TIMES NOW has accessed the report, which exposed links between radical Muslim groups, netas and liberal intellectuals.

Notably, Colonel Purohit's report was appended by the National Investigation Agency in the charge sheet submitted before the court.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/new ... 016703.cms

Lt Col Purohit's report exposes links between radical Muslim groups and netas
Indian Army officer Lt Col Shrikant Prasad Purohit, who walked out of jail in August after spending nine years as an undertrial in the 2008 Malegaon case, had submitted a secret report to Southern Command in Pune in 2006.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by sanjayC » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:32 pm

Maoists Acknowledge ‘Setback’ As Violence Falls 53% In 6 Years

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Post by jamwal » Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:05 am

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/cit ... 139649.cms

Top Maoist leaders millionaires: Intelligence report
Two top Maoists in Bihar and Jharkhand who boast of fighting for the cause of marginalised sections of the society are millionaires and their family members lead a lavish life with the extortion money collected by cadres, according to an intelligence report prepared by the special task force (STF) of Bihar police.
TOI is in possession of a copy of the report which has been submitted to the Enforcement Directorate (ED). The report says that children of top Maoists Sandeep Yadav and Pradyuman Sharma, who are active in Bihar and Jharkhand, study in prestigious colleges, own sports bikes and travel by air.
Sandeep, who is in charge of Bihar-Jharkhand special area committee (BJSAC), is wanted in 88 cases and carries a reward of Rs 5 lakh on his head. His brother Dhanik Lal is also a Maoist.
Pradyuman is wanted in 51 cases and carries a reward of Rs 50,000. He is also a member of the special area committee. The report says that Sandeep's elder son Rahul Kumar is a second semester BBA student at a reputed private college in Patna. A sports bike, purchased from an Aurangabad showroom on down payment, is registered in his name. Sandeep's younger son Rahul Kumar lives with his mother Rajanti Kumari in Ranchi.
He also owns a sports bike and studies at one of the most reputed colleges in Ranchi. His sister studies at a private residential school in Gaya district.
Sandeep's wife is an untrained teacher at a government primary school in Lutua panchayat of Gaya district.Though Rajanti remains absent from school, she gets regular salary and owns property worth at least Rs 80 lakh, the report says.
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Centre to auction 6 Dawood properties in Mumbai, base price Rs 5.5 crore
Around two years after its attempt to sell Dawood Ibrahim's property, Hotel Raounaq Afroz-also known as Delhi Zaika-the Union finance ministry has again announced an auction of the premises along with five other properties reportedly owned by the underworld don.
The administrator of the Smugglers and Foreign Exchange Manipulators (Forfeiture of Property) Act (SAFEMA) had issued a newspaper advertisement for public auction of six properties on November 14 with a total reserve price of Rs 5.54 crore.
This includes Damarwala building near Bhendi Bazar where Dawood's younger brother, Iqbal Kaskar, resided till recently. It's the same street where Dawood once lived until he fled the country in the late '80s. "The building was bought by Amina Bi, Dawood's mother, and Kaskar from Abdul Hussain Damarwala in the 1980s," said a tenant.
The others are Shabnam Guest House on Mohammed Ali Road, a flat in Pearl Harbour building at Mazgaon, tenancy rights of a room in Dadriwala chawl at Saifee Jubilee Street, and a 600 sq metre factory plot in Aurangabad district. All the Mumbai properties are within a 2 sq km area encompassing Mazgaon, Dongri and Mohammed Ali Road, a stretch that was under the D-company's sway for decades. The Mumbai properties are all part-commercial, part-residential comprising lodges, shops and residences.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Hari Seldon » Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:43 am

Bijnore in UP: Muslim mob fired upon, thrashed and took hostage a Police team which went to stop illegal mining. Heavy force reinforcements somehow rescued hostage Policemen.

Hindi newsarticle below.

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Happy to see Yogi sarkar and the cops doing their duty without regard for the creed/caste/connections of wrongdoers. Something KA and KL police could well learn. Whatta change from the Akhilesh sarkar days, besides.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by jamwal » Fri Oct 20, 2017 12:21 pm

https://swarajyamag.com/amp/story/insta ... o-injuries

BSF Officer Attacked By Cattle Smugglers In Tripura Succumbs To Injuries


The second-in-command rank officer, Deepak K Mondal, in-charge of the 145th battalion of the border guarding force was evacuated to Kolkata after the attack.

The incident took place at about 2am near the Belardeppa border post in the Sipahijala district of the state when the officer was allegedly hit by a four-wheeler being used by the smugglers. He was patrolling the area with his team to check cattle smuggling and other illegal activities along the international border which is “unfenced” here, an accompanying BSF jawan said.

Mondal saw some cattle smugglers and challenged them, he said, adding the officer along with his guard and driver tried to stop them.

“The group of about 25 smugglers were carrying bricks, lathis and machetes. When challenged, the smugglers tried to gherao the officer and the patrol party. Smugglers’ vehicle hit the officer from behind and he sustained severe injury to his head and legs and he is critical,” the jawan added.

An accompanying Border Security Force jawan fired five rounds from his rifle to control the situation, he said adding the area has been cordoned off.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Aditya_V » Fri Oct 20, 2017 1:16 pm

Those guys must be really bold bumping off BSF guys just like that.

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Post by jamwal » Sat Oct 21, 2017 7:08 am

Local journalist and RSS worker Rajesh Mishra shot dead, brother Amitesh Mishra critical

Read more at: http://www.indialivetoday.com/local-jou ... 06558.html

Ghazipur/ Uttar Pradesh, October 21: RSS worker & local journalist Rajesh Mishra (35) was shot dead by some bike-borne gangsters on Saturday morning. Rajesh Mishra’s younger brother Amitesh Mishra (30)was also shot at and is critically injured

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Karthik » Sat Oct 21, 2017 8:38 am

Seems they are also in gau raksha. That's 2 dead, 1 lady beaten up, 1 in critical condition in this week itself.

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Post by jamwal » Sat Oct 21, 2017 10:05 am

383 police personnel lost their lives in line of duty in last 1 year

http://www.jammulinksnews.com/newsdetai ... ast_1_year

As many as 383 police personnel, including 56 belonging to the BSF and 42 from the Jammu and Kashmir, have laid down their lives in the line of duty in last one year, Director of Intelligence Bureau Rajiv Jain said today. Addressing the Police Commemoration Day, where Home Minister Rajnath Singh led the nation in paying tribute to martyrs of police forces, Jain said the 383 police personnel lost their lives while performing various duties across the country from September 2016 to August 2017. Among these police personnel, 76 belonged to the Uttar Pradesh Police, 56 belonged to the BSF, 49 were from the CRPF, 42 from the Jammu and Kashmir Police, 23 belonged to Chhattisgarh, 16 were from West Bengal, 13 each belonged to Delhi and the CISF, 12 each were from Bihar and Karnataka and 11 from the ITBP.

Majority of the police personnel died while dealing with cross-border firing from Pakistan, fighting militancy in Jammu and Kashmir, Naxals and other law and order duties. The day is observed to pay homage to 10 policemen martyred in firing by Chinese troops in 1959 and 34,400 others who laid down their lives protecting India's unity and integrity.

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Post by jamwal » Sat Oct 21, 2017 11:01 am

Home of Kashmiri Hindu family pelted with stones when they decorated it for Diwali. Police asks them to go to Jammu

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Post by jamwal » Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:17 am

Separatist Devender Behl thanks Pak for support to J&K
After remaining under the scanner of National Investigation Agency (NIA) for 40 days, separatist Devender Behl has once again surfaced in the Kashmir Valley where he was seen thanking Pakistan for supporting and standing behind people of Jammu and Kashmir during difficult times. Chants of Jeeve Jeeve Pakistan also rent the air after he thanked Pakistan for supporting their cause.
His house was raided by the NIA in Bakshi Nagar area of Jammu on July 30, 2017. Following the raids, he was directed to report at the NIA headquarters. His name had surfaced during interrogation of other separatists picked up by the NIA to investigate cases of terror funding and hawala transactions used to fuel anger against the security forces.

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Post by jamwal » Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:43 pm

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Departmental enquiry has been ordered against Constable Harvindar Aulakh of Sashastra Seema Bal by Ministry of Home Affairs, his social media account is now secured so that no changes can be made, probe is going on. After satisfying with the formal procedure I am sharing this with everyone. This Constable allegedly shared anti national & pro Khalistani content, photograph of Tiranga with shoes on it was also shared from his account, being a CAPF's Jawan he was allegedly doing such pathetic things, hence I made a complaint & forwarded the matter to the concerned authority. Once the Enquiry gets over & if goes against his favour then departmental action will take place & he shall be booked under various acts of IPC which includes sedition.
Khalistanis in armed forces

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NIA officially announces the arrest of Global Terrorist Syed Salahuddin’s son Syed Shahid Yusuf in New Delhi.
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/n ... 911024.ece
The NIA, which registered the case in 2011, revived the investigation recently.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested Syed Shahid Yusuf, son of Hizb-ul- Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin.

The detention comes a day after the Central government announced the appointment of a special representative to carry forward the dialogue in Jammu and Kashmir.

A government official told The Hindu that Yusuf, who works in the agriculture department of the J&K government, was detained as his name cropped up in a 2011 case registered by the NIA pertaining to terror funding.

The investigation revealed that one of the accused, Ghulam Mohammad Bhat, based in Syria, allegedly transferred money to Yusuf on the direction of Salahuddin.

“The money was sent between 2011-14 and it was used for terrorist activities in the Kashmir Valley,” said the official. The NIA revived the investigation recently, even though the case is under trial in a city court.

Four persons related to this case — Ghulam Mohammed Bhat, Mohammad Sidiq Ghanaian, Ghulam Jeelani Liloo and Farooq Ahmed Dagga, were arrested earlier. Two others, Mohd. Maqbool Pandit and Aijaz Ahmed Bhat are absconding.

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Chandragupta » Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:43 am

All Sikhs who want Khalistan, why don't they go and try some stunts in Pakistani Punjab? Is that not Punjab enough? Or does everyone have the balls only to take on Hindus but not to mess with Mullahs?

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Singha » Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:28 am

the old heartland is indeed what is todays pakjab. incl birthplace of the Guru, the largest city lahore and some of the oldest shrines. i have never heard khalistanis demand pakjab be part of their 'demands'

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Post by jamwal » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:57 am

Yousuf admits receiving funds to stoke trouble in Kashmir: NIA

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today claimed Syed Shahid Yousuf, son of globally-wanted terrorist and Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, had admitted he received funds for subversive activities in the Kashmir Valley. Yousuf, who was sent to seven days of custody to the agency for further questioning, had also given the names of overseas Hizbul Mujahideen members involved in fund-raising for the terror outfit, an NIA spokesman said. The 42-year-old Yousuf, who works in the agricultural department of the Jammu and Kashmir government, was arrested here yesterday. The NIA claimed during questioning he "admitted to having received funds from cadres of the Hizbul Mujahideen on the direction of his father, Mohammed Yusuf Shah alias Syed Salahuddin, for fomenting terrorist activities in the Valley". The NIA said he also "revealed the names of his associates abroad who were linked with the Mujahideen and involved in raising, collecting and transferring funds from other countries to India". This was being verified and investigated, the NIA said. It alleged Yousuf used to receive funds through a US- based international wire transfer company from Aijaz Ahmed Bhat, another accused in the case who is absconding and is based in Saudi Arabia. The agency alleged Yousuf was "one of several Indian contacts of Bhat" who had been in telephonic contact with him for receiving money transfer codes.

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Post by jamwal » Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:16 am

J&K protesters to now face imprisonment, fines for damage to property
Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra has promulgated an ordinance making persons calling for strikes or demonstrations, which lead to damage of public property, liable for fines and imprisonment up to five years, an official spokesperson said today. "It will more effectively discourage/prevent the deleterious activities of individuals/organisations which result in damage to public and private properties," said a statement.

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Property (Prevention of Damage) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 amends the existing law relating to damage to public property and comes into effect immediately. This ordinance, the spokesperson said, has been enacted to achieve the twin objectives of making mischief to public and private property due to direct action punishable and of making any person calling for direct action liable for abetment of such offence. The spokesperson said the amendment to the existing law has been made to implement directions given by the Supreme Court in the case, ‘In Re-Destruction of Public and Private Properties vs. State of A.P (Andhra Pradesh) and others (2009)'. As the state legislature is not in session, the governor, on the recommendation of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, exercised his powers under Section 91 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir to promulgate the ordinance.

Whoever announces direct action in the form of strikes, demonstrations or other public forms of protests which result in damage to public as well as private property can be punished with imprisonment for a period of two to five years and can be imposed a fine equivalent to the market value of the property damaged or destroyed. Moreover, the scope of the existing law which was earlier restricted to public property - primarily government property or property owned by government entities - has been enlarged to include private property.
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Post by jamwal » Sun Oct 29, 2017 11:50 am

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Re: Internal Security Thread

Post by Singha » Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:19 am

what happened in april? was some big rat like burhan wani halaled?

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