Discussion in 'Internal Security' started by Yusuf, Sep 7, 2011.
Wouldn't it be better if Indians controlled that?
Thats what I am telling you. They are already controlled by Indians, but because they try to run themselves as Muslims first, we have conflicts. That must be changed to a nationalistic tone which can't be done IMHO.
muslims and seculars can never live in same room..
Days After UP ATS Nabbed Most-wanted Hizbul Mujahideen Leader, Four More Terrorists Arrested In Assam
Four terrorists having alleged links to Hizbul Mujahideen have been arrested by security personnel in Assam in what is one of the biggest crackdown on the terror organization
One of the four arrested, Saiful Islam alais Liton, is the elder brother of Qamar uz Zaman, who was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh ATS on September 12
Four terrorists having alleged links to Hizbul Mujahideen have been arrested by security personnel in Assam in what is one of the biggest crackdown on the terror organization. It comes three days after the Uttar Pradesh ATS managed to get hold of Qamar-uz-Zaman from Kanpur, which brought out the further arrests.
Omar Farooque, Shahnawaz Alam, Saidul Alam and Saiful Islam, alais Liton, were arrested by police forces over the past 48 hours in Assam. One of the four arrested, Saiful Islam alais Liton, is the elder brother of Qamar uz Zaman, who was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh ATS on September 12.
Police sources have revealed that Omar Farooque was given Rs 30,000 by Qamer Uz Zaman as expense to work for the Hizbul. It is also reported that Omar had confessed about the money from Qamer, as well as giving him shelter during his visit to Assam.
On Saturday, a team of Lucknow ATS had arrived in Guwahati before leaving for Hojai and Meghalaya. They investigated Qamer's link in the region. Prior to this on Friday, the Police had also confirmed that Shahnawaz Alam, who is a friend of Qamer Uz Zaman, was being radicalized by him and he was planning to flee from the state to join the terrorist organization.
This all stems after Uttar Pradesh ATS arrested Qamar-uz-Zaman from Kanpur. Speaking about his arrest, DGP of UP Police, OP Singh said, "ATS has arrested a Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist from Kanpur. He apparently had plans to attack on occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. During questioning he told us that he had gone for training to Kashmir in April 2017. He is of Indian nationality & is a literate person"
Soon after his arrest, Qamar's mother asked for strictest of punishment against her son. She said, "Any child who goes against the country is of no use. Birthplace is Assam, we live in Assam and if that boy goes against Assam, I don't want him. The administration can do whatever they want. Kill him, lynch him, I don't have any objection. I have only one thing to say, I don't want him."
Qamer Uz Zaman, alias Dr. Hurairah, a most-wanted Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist, was arrested from Kanpur on September 12. Qamer hails from the Hojai district of Assam. He reportedly joined the terror outfit in 2017 at which point he stopped contacting his family.
The Real Problem Lies in India’s Defensive Dealing with Pakistani Terror
Having decided to be totally defensive against Pakistan’s calibrated low-intensity war and not taking it to its territory, India has had no option but to absorb losses.
Army personnel stand guard at Gujjar Nagar area during a curfew in Jammu. File photo/PTI.
The simple reason is that most of India's defence capabilities are stuck in files sitting in some fat babu's office loaded with cockroach eggs.
Rafale deal is a simple example.
If the file is processed, the Pak/China-backed opposition ensures that there is an issue and the deal is put on back-track.
The problem is our government's "Log kya kahenge" mentality.
Even when the Modi government is clean as a paper on any deal, they are scared by a simple accusation by a corrupt and well-entrenched opposition. They are not coming forward in an aggressive stand and saying that Congress and the rest are compromising national security.
Feeble defensiveness will lead to lack of strong decisions, which in turn would cause equipment shortage and therefore reduce our parity with a failed state such as Pakistan.
Call it whatever, but Pakistani military is highly resources despite its pint-sized defence budget.
Their procurement planning and their acquisition is far more clear (disregard the fact that they are a junta government and a deep-state entity). The point is that at the end of the day, they have enough resources to pitch against us, but our politicians are flimsy and do not have any will to take them head on.
This, is something I have observed until now.
Let's hope that with the recent escalations, there is a Final Solution for our Arab-wannabe neighbours.
Fighting terrorism starts with the government's resolve. Our problem is that most governments over the years, thanks to Congress' narrative, have come to assume that everything has to be asked from the public. This has led to a permeation of a lot of apologetic-ism in the political circles, especially propagated by the Lutyen's Delhi.
No country's citizen would respect the government if the government is not willing to show strong resolve and take aggressive steps, even if it means going against a few "liberal" institutions and centres of thought when it comes to national security.
The "log kya kahenge" mentality is the biggest problem that we have as a nation.
Why are we waiting for what USA will say?
Why are we approaching the UN for an isolation attempt that is never going to happen? We all know that some or the other country will always keep engaging with Pakistan for their own benefits
Why are we always asking UN to designate that Masood Azhar as a terrorist? China will always play with that. We need to target that piece of shit ourselves. Did Israel ask US for the Entebbe operations? That too when Israel was only gaining US military support (France was their prime backer who ditched them at the last moment).
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