Slain terrorist Junaid recruited Kashmir youth into Hizbul in exchange for drugs

junaid-sehraiNew Delhi, May 20: In a major hit, the Indian security forces shot dead top Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist, Junaid Sehrai. Junaid, the son of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chairman, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai was killed in an encounter that took place at Nawa Kadal in Srinagar’s downtown area.

Ashraf Sarai, who is a hardliner was elected after his predecessor, Syed Ali Shah Geelani relinquished his post in 2018. Sehrai was the general secretary of the organisation since its formation in 2004.

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From narcotics to killing Hindus: Why the death of Happy PhD is a major relief

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Harmeet alias Happy PhD(Image Courtesy: @SikhYouthUK_)

New Delhi, Jan 29: The killing of Harmeet Singh, a top Khalistan terrorist has come as a major relief for the security forces. The Punjab police had got nine red corner notices issued against him.

He was killed by a local gang over a financial dispute that stemmed out of a drug deal, sources tell OneIndia. The source said that he was shot by a local gang near the Dera Chahal Gurudwara near Lahore.

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Udta Punjab? This election season, drugs flow freely

Drug_abuse380Reu1Chandigarh, Feb 2: The main issue hogging the limelight in the poll-bound Punjab is drug menace. All political parties contesting the Punjab assembly elections 2017 have said that they would prioritise the war against drugs, if voted to power. However, in the border district of Taran Taran in Punjab, there still continues to be a free flow of drugs.

Drugs have been freely entering into this village. The Border Security Force which patrols this area says that there are certain conditions that have helped drug lords bring in heroine. The weather condition in the village is usually misty, and this has helped drug dealers give security forces the slip through.

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Is Kerala turning into the drug capital of India?


Thiruvananthapuram,July 1: In the first four months of 2016 there were 150 cases that were registered in Kerala under the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropics Substances Act. With several drug related cases being reported from the state everyday, the scenario has becoming worrisome. Officials from the state had said that if such a scenario continues then it is not long before Kerala finds itself sailing as the same boat as Punjab.
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Drugs from Punjab exchanged for fake currency in Bangladesh

How India needs to tackle fake currency menaceNew Delhi, Nov 9: The National Investigating Agency has managed to bust an inter-state racket that involves the circulation of fake currency and also smuggling of drugs. The two states in question are Punjab and West Bengal and the arrest of these operatives had led to the seizure of opium and high quality fake currency notes.

In a detailed chargesheet filed by the NIA, it is stated that Sunesh Kumar a resident of Ambala aged 50 and Rajan Chopra (25) from Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab were involved in a racket involving the circulation of both fake currency and opium.

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Mohamad Naved was on a “high” during Udhampur attack

IMG_0500Mohammad Naveed, the terrorist who carried out the Udhampur attack was on a drug at the time the operation was launched.
He revealed to the National Investigating Agency that all Fidayeens are administered a drug before an attack which helps them stay cool and focused.

This explains all the smiling that Naved was doing at the time of being caught, an investigator informed.

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Pak boat intercept: “Drop arms, stay still”

 

 “Drop the arms into the water. Stay still.” This was the message that the National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) picked up while tracking the boat from Pakistan which was intercepted at sea earlier this week. 

There were eight persons on this heroin laden boat who being handled by a set of men based out of Karachi and Thailand. 

It is an indicator that the contraband was headed into the Indian waters from where it would be smuggled into Thailand and later into the European market. 

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Is Pakistan running a loss making diesel racket?

Several media outlets have burnt the midnight oil to debunk the operation of the Coast Guard which intercepted The Qalandar or the boat from Pakistan.

/home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/df0/17815303/files/2015/01/img_02111.jpgThese suspicious four who did their best to conceal evidence have been branded by a few as diesel or drug smugglers. Point number one that needs to be made here is that why would someone from Pakistan smuggle diesel at Pakistani Rupee (PKR) 86 a litre to sell it at Rs 56 here?
The second point that needs to be made here is that in every intercept pertaining to drug smuggling the men have either surrendered or sunk the material in water.

http://www.oneindia.com/feature/charity-smugling-why-bring-diesel-at-rs-86-and-sell-at-rs-56-1612387.html

Is PM’s drug-free India an attainable dream?

/home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/df0/17815303/files/2014/12/img_0208.pngVery recently Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on the youth of India to make India drug free. While the first part of the problem can be tackled with will power, the second part of preventing the inflow of drugs into India is a huge task ahead especially for the Border Security Force.

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Dawood plays realtor as India tells Pak to hand him over

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For the world he is a terrorist, but for Pakistan he is a legitimate businessman and a guest. A money transaction dating back to two months back done through a proxy in connection with a plot in Karachi has got the alarm bells in the Intelligence Bureau ringing once again about Dawood Ibrahim’s whereabouts. He is a legitimate businessman according to Pakistan and even if one were to search through his records in that country, there will be not a single trail of crime.
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