From Pakistan to Italy, NIA unearths transnational conspiracy in killing of RSS leader Brig (Retd) Gagneja

The ISI realises that the targeted killing of RSS leaders would cause communal tension. If such killings continue on a regular basis, Punjab and the neighbouring states would become volatile and this could well become a good launchpad for the Khalistan terrorists to operate.

Bengaluru: In its latest chargesheet, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) speaks about an international conspiracy behind the killing of an RSS leader, Brig (Retd) Jagdish Kumar Gagneja.

On August 6 2016, two motorcycle-borne assailants with their faces covered shot dead Gagneja at the Red Cross Market area in Jalandhar, Punjab. 

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Why is a dying nation like Pakistan raking up the Ayodhya verdict

babri1Pakistan’s education minister Shafqat Mahmood at the UNESCO meet criticised the Ayodhya verdict in India and said that it was contrary to the values of religious freedom. Just like the Kashmir issue, this too has rightly got no traction.

When we talk terror, fake currency and a state policy to bleed India, there is one thing in common – Pakistan. The failed state is known to meddle in the affairs of India and despite facing an imminent collapse, Pakistan continues to make India its main policy.

While Pakistan continues to meddle in the affairs of Kashmir, it has now raked up the Ayodhya issue as well. Pakistan’s education minister Shafqat Mahmood at the UNESCO meet criticised the Ayodhya verdict and said that it was contrary to the values of religious freedom. This reckless statement by Pakistan comes at a time when the Muslims of India have called for peace in the aftermath of the verdict and said that they want a closure to this case that has dragged on for centuries.

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Winter Session of Parliament: Citizenship Bill on agenda

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New Delhi, Nov 16: The Parliament has been informed that an amendment to the Citizenship Act would be taken up during the winter session of Parliament.

The Citizenship Amendment Bill is aimed at giving citizenship to non-Muslims from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan. This figures in the tentative list of 35 bills that the parliamentary affairs ministry has sent to the legislative branch of the Lok Sabha.

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What Pakistan hopes to achieve through Kartarpur Sahib Corridor Project

KartapurcorridorNew Delhi, Nov 08: For Pakistan, which is struggling to rebuild its economy and image, the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor is an opportunity to project itself as a moderate nation while earning a tidy sum annually from pilgrims.

Before coming to power, Prime Minister Imran Khan often railed at the successive governments of Pakistan for failing to exploit the vast potential of tourism, including revered religious sites, to attract tourists from around the world.

IAF dropped this bomb here: Pakistan instigates ahead of Kartarpur Corridor inauguration

kartarpurNew Delhi, Nov 08: In a clear attempt to instigate the Sikhs, Pakistan has put up a banner in the Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara premises that speaks about a bomb that the Indian Air Force dropped in 1971.

“Indian Air Force dropped this bomb during 1971 at the Gurudwara Darbar Sahib Sri Kartarpur with an aim to destroy it. However, this evil design could not be materialised due to the blessing of WAHEGURU JI (Almighty ALLAH). The Said Bomb landed into Sri Khoo Sahib (Sacred Well) and this Darbar Sahib remained unhurt. It is pertinent to mention that This is the same sacred well From where Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji used to get water to irrigate his fields,” the banner read. The banner is titled Miracle of Waheguru Ji.

Kartarpur corridor: Why India can never afford to drop its guard against Pakistan

kartarpurNew Delhi, Nov 07: India has raised concerns over the video relating to the Kartarpur corridor in which pictures of slain Khalistan leaders were displayed in the background. India said that it hoped that Pakistan would not show that they support such things which are anti-India in nature.

After the official video was released, Pakistan then changed the same. It released another version on Twitter. The video featured the posters of Jarnail Singh, Bhindranwale, Amrik Singh Khalsa and Major General (Dismissed) Shabeg Singh. It may be recalled that these persons were killed during Operation Blue Star in June 1984.

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Rampur CRPF camp attack: 4 including 2 from Pakistan sent to the gallows

New Delhi, Nov 03: A court at Rampur has awarded death penalty to four persons including two Pakistani nationals convicted in connection with the Rampur CRPF camp attack case of 2008.

While four were sent to the gallows, two others were handed out a life sentence. The four to be awarded death penalty are Shazad, Mohammad Farooq, Sharif and Sabahuddin. Shazad and Farooq are residents of Pakistan.

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No concrete action against Lashkar by Pakistan as the eyewash continues

New Delhi, Nov 02: The US has once again reiterated that Pakistan has failed to take action against terror groups such as the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad.

In its annual country report on terrorism, it said that Pakistan’s efforts in relations to implementation of conditions laid down by the Financial Action Task Force, it failed to uniformly implemented UN suctions against the Lashkar, which continues to raise funds. This observation comes at a time, when India has consistently maintained that no concrete action has been taken against the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

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Sending shivers down Pakistan’s spine: Indian Army continues to break backbone of terrorism

The Indian Army has gone after the top commanders in the Valley and not just some run of the mill foot soldiers. The Indian armed forces’ aim seems to be to break the spine of terrorism lodged up in the Pakistan looking to infiltrate India

The artillery firing that the Indian Army resorted to in a bid to destroy terror camps in Pakistan has been termed as unprovoked by Pakistan media. Further, Pakistan also claimed that nine Indian soldiers were killed in the attack.

Both the claims made by Pakistan is laughable in nature. It has lined up 500 terrorists along the border and violated the ceasefire 2,317 times. Further, sources have confirmed that no Indian soldier was killed in the attack. Instead the Indian Army managed to kill 18 terrorists and 16 Pakistan Army soldiers during the artillery firing that took place on Sunday, the source further confirmed.

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To counter Pakistan’s K2 plan, Centre to activate Joint Counter Ops Centre in Punjab

borderNew Delhi, Oct 23: In the wake of several terror-related incidents being reported in Punjab, a joint operation will be launched in the state. The Ministry for Home Affairs will set up a Joint Counter Operation Centre in Punjab, sources have told OneIndia.

The team would include officials of the Research and Analysis Wing, National Investigation Agency, Intelligence Bureau and the Punjab Police.

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