New Delhi, Aug 12: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval will stay on in Jammu and Kashmir for some more time.
He is expected to be in J&K until August 15. Doval is in J&K since Monday and is overseeing the security arrangements in the aftermath of Article 370 being scrapped. He has been interacting with locals as well as security personnel.
New Delhi, Aug 06: The decision to scrap Article 370 not only needed a political will, but the run up to the decision needed utmost secrecy as well. After all it was a decision Jammu and Kashmir, the most volatile state, now Union Territory.
While the decision has been taken, the implementation would be extremely crucial. National Security Advisor, who made many a visit to J&K has been tasked with overseeing the implementation.
New Delhi, June 03:Ajit Doval will continue to serve as India’s National Security Advisor for the next five years. He was also given a Cabinet rank by the government in recognition of his contribution to national security.
Doval had largely shaped India’s national security policy in the past five years. One of the key areas of focus was Kashmir, where one got to witness his famous doctrine in force.
New Delhi, Oct 9: The Narendra Modi government has decided to revive the Strategic Policy Group in a bid to assist the National Security Council. The group apart from being the main mechanism for inter-ministerial coordination, will also form the national security policies based on integration of inputs.
The appointment of Rajinder Khanna as the Deputy National Security Adviser marks a first. Khanna, former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing was appointed Deputy NSA. This is for the first time that both the National Security Advisor and the Deputy NSA are from the intelligence.
Pakistan today said that Doval’s offensive defense and double squeeze policy to make India a regional hegemon will never succeed. The offense defence and double squeeze policy of Doval’s was visible during the surgical strikes that India carried out across the Line of Control following the Uri attack.
A decade old demand to give teeth and bring out sanctity in the National Technical Research Organisation under National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval has finally seen the light of the day. The NTRO will now have powers similar to the Intelligence Bureau and the Research and Analysis Wing.