Parliament attack: No closure at all, the Jaish has become even more menacing

New Delhi, Dec 13: This day will be remembered always and it was exactly 17 years back, when terrorists struck at the Indian Parliament.

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Parliament to Pathankot: What makes the Jaish-e-Mohammad so lethal

New Delhi, Nov 21: The Jaish-e-Mohammad, without a doubt the most dangerous outfit, where India is concerned. Headed by Maulana Masood Azhar and run by his brother, Maulana Abdul Rauf Asghar, the outfit is capable of striking big.

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To attack Parliament two Khalistan terrorists approach Delhi with huge cache of explosives


New Delhi, July 19: In a bid to attack Parliament, two Khalistan terrorists have entered the country, the Intelligence Bureau has warned. IB officials tell OneIndia that the duo, Lakhwinder and Parmider, who are Khalistan terrorists are planning a major attack on Parliament.

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December 13 Parliament attack: The day Indian democracy was hit

parliament-attack_660_033013052502It has been 16 years since the heart of democracy, the Indian Parliament was hit. It was a dastardly act and it was for the first time that a Fidayeen attack was witnessed in the country. Fidayeen attacks prior to the December 13 2001 Parliament attack were witnessed only in Kashmir.

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Parliament attack: As India observes another anniversary Maulana Masood stays protected in Pak

masoodThe country today observes another anniversary of the December 13, 2001, Parliament attack. The temple of democracy, the Indian Parliament had been hit by gun trotting terrorists.   The dark reality is that the mastermind of this attack, the chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad continues to walk around in Pakistan. In fact, he has gone on to mastermind many more such dastardly attacks on Indian soil the latest major one being the Pathankot strike.

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Parliament attack: A time line

yp_india_parlimentOn December 13, 2001, terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad attacked the Indian Parliament. 17 years have gone by and India has witnessed several more attacks as Pakistan continues to protect its so-called freedom fighters.

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Parliament attack: 15 years on, Maulana Azhar is still Pakistan’s blue-eyed boy

masoodazharIt has been 15 years since the temple of democracy, the Parliament of India was attacked by the Jaish-e-Mohammad. As the country observes yet another anniversary on Tuesday, the fact remains that that the man who masterminded the attack continues to walk scot-free in Pakistan.

Following the Khandahar hijack on December 24, 1999, the Jaish-e-Mohammad was formed under Maulana Masood Azhar. The hijack was staged to have Azhar released, and once that was done, the then President of Pakistan General Pervez Musharaff assured that he would be brought to justice. However Azhar went on to form the JeM, and plotted an attack on Parliament.

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Pakistan’s political dysfunction exploited by Jaish-e-Mohammad

masoodazharLahore, June 2: The Jaish-e-Mohammad one of the most dreaded terrorist outfits in the world has the capability of bringing Pakistan and India close to war.
It may be recalled that in the aftermath of the Parliament attack and the Srinagar assembly strike, the two countries had almost come to close to war.

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Khandahar, Parliament and Pathankot attack: Can Pakistan act against Abdul Rauf?

pathankNew Delhi, March 30: Pakistan’s Joint Investigation Team has heard everything that India had to tell them about the Pathankot attack. They took the evidence, listened in to the audio clips, but the big question is what is next?
In this context it would be particularly necessary to draw your attention to the case relating to Abdul Rauf Asghar, who is the brother of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar. There is an audio clipping that the NIA had sourced in which he is heard saying that Mujahideens must be sent to Pathankot

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Question for JNU students- Do you remember these names at all?

parliament-attack_660_033013052502Jagdish Prasad Yadav, Matbar Singh Negi, (Security Assistants of Rajya Sabha Secretariat), Kamlesh Kumari (Constable, CRPF), Nanak Chand and Rampal (Assistant Sub-Inspectors, Delhi Police),Om Prakash, Bijender Singh and Ghanshyam (Head Constables, Delhi Police) and Deshraj (Gardener, CPWD).

Do these names ring a bell? Unlikely since the names that are remembered today are Afzal Guru, Umer Khalid, Kanaihya Kumar, Anirban Bhattacharya etc.

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