New Delhi, Jan 14: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval during his talks in Afghanistan spoke about jointly combating terrorism. He also said that no part of Afghanistan should be used to perpetrate violence particularly by Pakistan backed terror groups.
During his two day unannounced visit to Kabul, Doval expressed concerns about the activities of international terror groups. He said that these could mar efforts for long lasting peace in the region.
New Delhi, Aug 22: The security forces have wrecked havoc on terror groups in the Valley. This year alone 26 top commanders have been gunned down by the security forces in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
J&K’s Director General of Police, Dilbagh Singh said that two terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba were shot dead in the past three days along with four other terrorists. He also said that infiltration of terrorists from across the border had decreased by half this year.
New Delhi, July 02:In an interview with Russian state run television channel Zvezda, Myanmar’s Senior General Min Fun Hlaing said that terrorists organisations in the country are backed by strong forces.
New Delhi, Feb 27: Local recruitment and terror attacks have gone down considerably in Jammu and Kashmir. While this is an impressive development, the Indian Army has however flagged concerns on the rise in violations along the Line of Control.
With regard to the recruitment, sources tell OneIndia that in 2018 220 youth had joined terror outfits as opposed to the 120 in 2019. This is a remarkable dip and the figures will be much lower in 2020, the source also added.
New Delhi, Jan 23: There has been no conclusive evidence found as yet, but there are allegations that China could have unleashed the SARS like virus as part of a biological warfare campaign.
A few years back, Union Minister Rajnath Singh had said that the armed forces must be properly trained and equipped to combat chemical and biological threats. He said that the forces are deployed in many regions where the adversaries may use such weapons.
In the year 2015, 20 soldiers of the Dogra Regiment were martyred at Manipur. It was termed as one of the deadliest attacks on the Indian Army in the past two decades. National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval took stock of the situation and during that meeting, he said the time had come to hit back hard.
Declarations and bans do not make any difference to Pakistan. The modus operandi earlier was to change the names of the outfits to beat the ban and these days terror groups have entered politics to seek legitimacy.