Terror down: How Jammu and Kashmir as a Union Territory is helping seamless coordination between security forces

Kashmir-mnSince the decision to abrogate Article 370 was taken, the number of terror related incidents in Jammu and Kashmir have come down. The data also reveals that due to a concerted effort by security forces, 157 terrorists have been killed.

Even as questions are being raised by many curious about the logic behind the abrogation of Article 370, there is data to prove that backs of terrorists have been broken.

Another key decision that was taken was with regard to bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh into two Union Territories. This ensured that the entire control of the administration and especially the law and mechanism was under the Union Government.

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Terrorist arrested in J&K: Huge cache of arms recovered

New Delhi, Dec 03: The Jammu and Kashmir police have apprehended a terrorist and also seized a huge cache of arms.

The operation was undertaken by the Kishtwar police along with the 17 Rashtriya Rifles and 52 CRPF led to the arrest of one terrorist. The terrorist has been identified as Tariq Hussain Wani.

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NCP MLA wants Bhima Koregaon case dropped: Is there no limit to playing with national security?

jitendra-Ahwad1When a government is trying to crush the Naxal movement, which has claimed so many lives, especially that of our brave soldiers, is it even fair to be complacent and issue such irresponsible statements pertaining to the dropping of the Bhima Koregaon case?

“Those arrested in the Aarey agitation have been freed. This government should now free those arrested in the Bhima Koregaon case. They were booked on false cases. This is our government”.

This was a tweet that was put out in Marathi by NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad. It would be interesting to see, what the Maharashtra chief minister, Uddhav Thackeray would do now owing to alliance compulsions. Let us remind you that the CM had once called these persons a threat to democracy.

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The latest tool by the Jaish-e-Mohammad is the virtual number

ter00New Delhi, Dec 02: The National Investigation Agency in its latest chargesheet has signalled the trouble with virtual numbers being used by terrorists.

The NIA says that the members of the Jaish-e-Mohammad were plotting a major strike in Delhi by using virtual numbers. The investigations that were conducted following the Pulwama attack suggested that the terrorists had coordinated through virtual numbers.

JeM plotted series of strikes in New Delhi using virtual numbers

jemNew Delhi, Dec 02: The Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) had planned on carrying out strikes in New Delhi post the Pulwama attack, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said in its charge sheet.

The module of the JeM had tasked one of its members to carry out a reconnaissance in Delhi, the charge sheet filed by the NIA against four members of the outfit also stated.

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Kartarpur: A hidden message from Pakistan to stoke Khalistan sentiment in the name of religion

Kartapur22The intent is to create a mass movement, generate sympathy from the pilgrims travelling through the Kartarpur corridor and then speed up the Khalistan movement, a South Block official said

The disclosure on the Kartarpur Corridor by Pakistan’s railway minister Sheikh Rashid was shocking and yet on expected lines. He said that the Kartarpur Corridor was the brainchild of Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Bajwa and it would hurt India forever.

The Kartarpur Corridor is a visa free border crossing connecting the Gurdwara Sahib in Pakistan to the border with India. While this is a great initiative by both the governments, the problem however lies in the Pakistan Army and ISI.

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Tamil Nadu is soon beating Kerala in terms of a highly radicalised state

tamilnadu-radicalisationNew Delhi, Dec 01: Raids by the National Investigation Agency continued in Tamil Nadu in connection with the Islamic State related case.

The raids were conducted in Thanjavur district and Tiruchirapalli city of Tamil Nadu based on warrants issued by NIA Special Court, Ernakulam.

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London attacker Khan wanted to train in Kashmir for first hand terror experience

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Usman Khan

New Delhi, Dec 01: The London Bridge attacker, Usman Khan had planned on setting up a Madrasa and training camp near a Mosque in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. He had wanted to have first hand experience in terror related activities in Jammu and Kashmir.

Khan who was shot dead, following the attack that claimed two lives in London had been convicted for his role in the Stock Exchange terror plot. He had also planned an attack on the home of Boris Johnson, who was the Mayor of London in 2012.

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ISIS case: NIA raids at Thanjavur district and Tiruchirapalli city

Tamil-raidsNew Delhi, Nov 30: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has conducted raids in Tamil Nadu in connection with the Islamic State case.

The raids were conducted in Thanjavur district and Tiruchirapalli city of Tamil Nadu based on warrants issued by NIA Special Court, Ernakulam.

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London Bridge attack: Why India must continue its relentless war against illegal immigrants

immigration_UKA Pakistani origin terrorist killed two people and injured three others. The incident has raised concerns about immigrants. India has been fighting its own battle with illegal immigration and what is worse is that there has been severe opposition to it.

A terrorist of Pakistan origin struck at London and killed two people, while injuring three on Friday (November 29). The London Bridge attacker was not unknown to the police and had been sentenced in 2012 on terrorism charges.

After spending his late teens in Pakistan, he left school. On his return to the United Kingdom, he started preaching radical Islam on the internet. This brings us to the larger issue with regard to the immigrants.

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