The Mullahs from Bangladesh and how Assam became hotbed of jihadi activity

Illegal immigration from Bangladesh are part of a devious agenda to set up a Greater East Pakistan/Bangladesh and the primary targets in India are West Bengal and the North Eastern states

New Delhi, Sep 19: There has been enhanced activity by the mullahs from Bangladesh who are being invited to lower Assam. They have been coming in to Assam on tourist visas and then conducting religious preaching.

On Saturday, 17 Bangladeshi nationals were arrested in Assam’s Biswanath district on the charge that they were involved in religious preaching. All these persons had entered Assam on tourist visas and conducted religious events in violation of the provisions of their visa, DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta said.

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General Bipin Rawat: A glory that touched the sky

New Delhi, Dec 09: As the nation mourns the loss of Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat, one would remember the famous quote the glory that touched the sky.

General Rawat was a decorated officer and in his death India would find the vacuum left behind by him exceptionally difficult to fill.

General Rawat had an exceptional career that spanned over for four decades. After serving as the Indian Army Chief, he was appointed as first Chief of Defence Staff of the country. The government had amended the Army rules to extend the age of superannuation from 62 to 65, which went on to pave the way for the appointment for the post of CDS.

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Forces on high alert as terrorists in northeast play into Chinese hands

New Delhi, Oct 29: The unified command of the security forces has decided not to scale down counter-insurgency operations in Assam and the adjoining states. This despite the situation in the area witnessing a significant improvement in terms of law and order.

There is an apprehension that the Chinese are trying to instigate insurgent groups of northeast. It may be recalled the the Global Times had said that if India plays the Taiwan card, China should help militant groups of India to retaliate. 

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1,600 NDFB cadres lay down arms: Why development was key to stabilising Northeast

NDFB-22“I welcome the decision of my Bodo friends for leaving violence and reposing faith in democracy and the Constitution,” Prime Minister Modi stated, after the push for peace in the Northeast caused the NDFB cadres to lay down their arms.

In an emphatic win for the security forces and the Indian Government, 1,600 cadres of three factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland laid down arms.

The cadres laid down arms before Assam chief minister, Sarbananda Sonowal and finance minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has spearheaded the push for peace in the Northeast in a series of tweets welcomed the development. He said, “I welcome the decision of my Bodo friends for leaving violence and reposing faith in democracy and the Constitution.”

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How did Modi do it? The push for peace and the slow death of insurgency in North East

modi-222The many measures taken by the Modi Government has led to militancy in the North East dying a natural death. But how did he make inroads?

One of the biggest achievements of the Narendra Modi government has been the handling of North East. The peace accord with the NSCN (IM) was aimed at long lasting peace and was also a step forward in removing contentious problems on the Naga issue.

Now, in a major development, the Last Bodo militant group left Myanmar and surrendered to Indian authorities. The surrender by the National Democratic Front of Boroland (S), which is a close ally of the Paresh Baruah led ULFA is being hailed as a masterstroke by security agencies.

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Ban on ULFA extended by another five years

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New Delhi, Nov 29: The Centre has extended the ban on the ULFA and its other factions, wings and fronts for a period of five years.

The notification states that ULFA has indulged in various illegal and violent activities with an intent of disrupting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India in furtherance of its objective of liberating Assam and aligned itself with other unlawful associations of North Eastern Region to secede Assam from India.

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Joshua Project, Love Jihad: A systematic effort on in North East, Kerala to reduce Hindu population

muslim-girlConversions both forced and tricked are increasingly becoming a menace and there is a sustained effort by both missionaries and terror groups to rope in Hindu girls and convert them to Islam or Christianity.

There are a good number of people who often dub Love Jihad as a myth. There has also been a great deal of opposition when issues such as religious conversions are brought up.

The fact is that conversions both forced and tricked are increasingly becoming a menace and there is a sustained effort by both missionaries and terror groups to rope in Hindu girls and convert them to Islam or Christianity.

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Down in Kashmir, Pakistan now looks to dish out trouble in naxal land, North East

masud-ahmad-khanNew Delhi, Aug 29: A series of tweets by former army official from Pakistan speaks about the naxal movement in India, the insurgency in the North East and of course Kashmir.

While speaking about the naxalite movement, Brig Masud Ahmad says that the insurgency started in 1970 as a result of economic exploitation by Delhi. He also speaks about the Mizoram Independence movement and says India launched air strikes to neutralise the movement. He goes on with a series of tweets explaining these issues.

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