ISI, anti-national elements extremely active ahead of UP, Punjab polls

New Delhi, Jan 17: With elections in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh fast approaching Pakistan is on overdrive mode to push its anti-India propaganda. The Intelligence Bureau and multiple agencies are keeping a close watch on the various social media accounts formed to spread hate and a disinformation campaign against India.

The Intelligence suggests that there has been a sustained effort by Pakistan and anti-India elements to disrupt the elections in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.

Last week, the bomb disposal squad destroyed an IED found near the Gate number 1 of a wholesale market in Delhi. The bomb disposal squad of the National Security Guards destroyed the IED through a controlled explosion.

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Pakistan now infiltrating its Army personnel into India 

New Delhi, Jan 03: The Indian Army foiled an attempt by the Pakistan Army’s Border Action Team (BAT) in the Keran Sector. Swift action by the troops on the Line of Control foiled a bud and eliminated a Pakistani terrorist, Major General AS Pendharkar, GOC 28 Infantry Division, said.

Meanwhile the Indian Army has asked Pakistan to take back the body of the infiltrator who was killed while he was trying to cross the LoC in the Keran Sector of Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara.

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2022: Why India must worry about the revival of Khalistan terrorism

New Delhi, Jan 01: The blast at a court complex in Ludhiana was a clear indicator that the threat of Khalistan terrorism is lurking around. The warning was on the wall and the Intelligence Bureau has alerted the police time and again since the past 10 years that the ISI which has been sheltering the Khalistan terrorists would look to revive terrorism in Punjab again.

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Ludhiana Court Blast: Instructed from Germany, planned in jail ?

New Delhi, Dec 30: Following the recovery of seven mobile phones, the investigating agencies are probing if the Ludhiana bomber was getting instructions from inside a jail.

The police have sent the phones to the forensic laboratory for analysis. In the blast that took place at the Ludhiana Court complex on December 23, dismissed cop, Gagandeep Singh was killed and six others were injured.

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Actionable intel by India, diplomacy by India led to arrest of Khalistan terrorist in Germany

Inset pic: Jaswinder Singh Multani

New Delhi, Dec 28: The Indian Agencies had been closely coordinating with their counterparts in Germany following the Ludhiana Court blast that took place on December 23. 

Two days after the blast, the Intelligence assessment showed that Jaswinder SIngh Multani, a member of the banned radical Sikh group, Sikhs for Justice was behind the blast. He at the behest of a Babbar Khalsa terrorist from Pakistan conspired and carried out the attack. They were also in the process of undertaking more such attacks. 

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Ludhiana bomber may be linked to Pak backed narco-Khalistani terrorists

New Delhi, Dec 25: The probe into the Ludhiana Court blast has revealed that the accused tried assembling the bomb inside the washroom, but the operation went wrong and it exploded accidentally.

Siddharth Chattopadhyay, the state police chief said that the accused Gagandeep probably met with some people including Khalistani elements and drug smugglers while he was in jail. He had very good technical skills and the initial inquiry reveals that he had gone inside the washroom to assemble the bomb. We also have strong leads that the narco-terrorists and pro-Khalistani elements are behind this attack, he also said.

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Incidents of sacrilege will be fodder for Khalistan forces to return to Punjab

New Delhi, Dec 23: The sacrilege bid at the Golden Temple and the subsequent lynching have a clear potential of polarising people along religious lines and this could lead to unrest and trouble especially in the state of Punjab.

Captain Amarinder Singh said that foreign agencies like the ISI are active in Punjab. They coordinate with sleeper cells of various secessionist and terrorist groups. They are desperately waiting for an opportunity to exploit such a situation and strike, Captain Singh also said.

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Pakistan’s disinformation campaign on overdrive mode and how India hit back

New Delhi, Dec 22: In a closely coordinated effort between intelligence agencies and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the Ministry on Monday ordered the blocking of 20 channels on YouTube and 2 websites spreading anti-India propaganda and fake news on the internet.

Vide two separate orders – one for 20 YouTube channels directing YouTube, and the other for 2 news websites, requesting Department of Telecom to direct the internet service providers for blocking of the news channels/portals.

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How India dismantled the Pakistan coordinated disinformation operation

New Delhi, Dec 21: In a closely coordinated effort between intelligence agencies and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the Ministry on Monday ordered the blocking of 20 channels on YouTube and 2 websites spreading anti-India propaganda and fake news on the internet. Vide two separate orders – one for 20 YouTube channels directing YouTube, and the other for 2 news websites, requesting Department of Telecom to direct the internet service providers for blocking of the news channels/portals. 

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Post Gen Rawat’s demise, Pak using conspiracy theories to create unrest in India

New Delhi, Dec 16: The sudden death of Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat came as a rude shock. However the disinformation campaign in Pakistan seems to be in overdrive mode suggesting all sorts of conspiracy theories.

Many said that it could be a strike by insurgents, while others called it an internal hit job. One of the most common claims being made by the Pakistanis is that the chopper in which General Rawat was travelling was shot down by the now defunct Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. The LTTE was defeated by the Sri Lankan forces in 2009.

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