It is often said that the West has four wings of the armed forces-The Army, Airforce, Navy and the Church. Several security analysts and officials say that the problem being posed by the Christian missionaries is immense. Like Islamic terrorism which is a more open threat, the threat posed by a large section of missionaries is veiled, but extremely dangerous.
United States President Donald Trump has raised the issue of Pakistan’s refusal to act against terrorist groups despite having an obligation to do so and recently, Pakistan has also banned the charities of Lashkar-e-Taiba boss Hafiz Saeed. These are crucial developments where India is concerned as Pakistan has been a perennial problem for long.
China has repeatedly blamed India for the Doklam standoff. The Chinese went on to say that it was the Indians who moved its troops which led to the standoff at Doklam. OneIndia discusses with former Research and Analysis Wing officer, Amar Bhushan what led to the sudden aggression by China. Bhushan says that let us one fact straight and that is there will be no escalation from both sides.
Not the time for sound, it is time for action. Former officer with the Research and Analysis Wing who served as a special secretary in the cabinet secretariat, Amar Bhushan says that it is not high time President’s rule is imposed in the Jammu and Kashmir and the Army should be allowed to do its job.
Bhushan took time off to have a talk with OneIndia as to what the response should be in the wake of the Amarnath yatra being attacked by terrorists on Monday night in which 7 persons lost their lives.
It is time for a decisive strike on Pakistan in the wake of the country deciding to hang Kulbhushan Jadhav says former officer with the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan. He tells OneIndia that the options before India are very limited, but the better thing to do would be to send across a strong message through a decisive strike.
You cannot, you should not and you shall not. This is what several officers both serving and former have to say when talk of proof for the surgical strikes are being sought.
Did Arvind Kejriwal expect Pakistan to confirm the surgical strikes? They got a bloody nose and it is common sense that they would not confirm the news, says former officer with the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan.
Instead it was decided to refer the matter to the United Nations. It is a fact that historic blunders will be rectified only by history and not people.