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Previous govts were soft on Muslim radicalisation and terror due to political reasons, former RAW officer reveals

 

Lack of free hand aided growth of terror down South: Former R&AW officer

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Former officer of the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan says that it is unfair to accuse the agencies of reacting late in South India. Let us put this thing in perspective and the fact is that the agencies never got a free hand to act against radicalisation and terrorism down South, he tells OneIndia.

When there are governments which latch on to support from Muslim dominated parties, there is very little support one can expect. It was extremely difficult to act in South India, Bhushan also says.

There was a definite hesitation to take on the extremists. Take the case of Bhatkal for instance. It was infested with extremists. Agency units were set up very late and the role of the state police, the less said the better. There is a kind of denying tolerance towards the extremist activities. When there is a government which does not want to go all out, then what can one expect, Bhushan asks. If the government at the centre and the state does not cooperate, it is impossible to take all out action. "Look at the free hand given to the National Investigation today. The agency is going all out against the radical activities in South India and I must say they are doing a commendable job. Moreover they are not restricting themselves only to South. They are in Bengal and a whole lot of other states," the former R&AW official says

"As a police personnel, I can tell you that if you are not given a free hand, you really cannot operate. If you decide to go ahead, you will never know when you will get tripped," he further adds.

"I can tell you this that we wanted to operate aggressively in Pakistan, but were never allowed to do it. Moreover for permission for surveillance, we always had to go to the Home Ministry and seek approval after giving a lot of explanation. You cannot keep running to the MHA all the time." "The NIA is today successful because of surveillance measures that they have taken. The thing is, if you have created an agency, then let it run freely. Surveillance is the heart of an operation and absolutely needed to monitor extremist elements."

 

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Haryana has changed.

 

What looked like 7-3 to bjp.

 

Suddenly seems to be 5-5 easily and cld even become 7-2-1 with only Karnal as sureshot for bjp and Hisar becoming tight with Dushyant winning and Bjp second.

 

My seat gurgaon has changed with heavy voting in mewat, rewari and bawal.

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2 hours ago, Moochad said:

 

Looks like BJP thinks it will have to run a coalition 

Last time, it had 272+ on its own so reliance on alliance partners was not there.

This time it looks like it will be.

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2 hours ago, Oldhere said:

Haryana has changed.

 

What looked like 7-3 to bjp.

 

Suddenly seems to be 5-5 easily and cld even become 7-2-1 with only Karnal as sureshot for bjp and Hisar becoming tight with Dushyant winning and Bjp second.

 

My seat gurgaon has changed with heavy voting in mewat, rewari and bawal.

Local Haryana journalists predicting 10-0 or 8-2 in favour of BJP ,You are quoting Arvind jain.who Said he is putting this on the basis of input of one senior RSS cadre,but the local Haryana journalists are saying it's either 10-0 or 8-2 in BJP favour

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2 hours ago, Suhaan said:

Overall it is around 60%

UP has disappointed with 50%turnout

Delhi around 55%

WestBengal yet again leads with 80.16%

Up has similar turnout to last time 53% in 6th phase .

Delhi has ended with 60 percent, disappointed with 5 pc downside. 

WB 80 ,4 pc less .

Haryana ,bihar and MP has recorded higher turnout than last time by 5 pc, good news for BJP. 

A reason for low turnout might be due to low Muslim voter turnout due to Ramadan ,which might favour BJP 

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7 minutes ago, vayuu1 said:

Local Haryana journalists predicting 10-0 or 8-2 in favour of You are quoting Arvind jain.who Said he is putting this on the basis of input of one RSS cadre,but the local Haryana journalists are saying it's either 10-0 or 8-2 in BJP favour

8 seats for BJP easily. 

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Just now, Adi BB said:

8 seats for BJP easily. 

Also one thing I would like to tell you had chat with my saandhu Bhai (sali's husband) he was telling me ki in Rohtak Congress position is very tight.

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3 minutes ago, vayuu1 said:

Also one thing I would like to tell you had chat with my saandhu Bhai (sali's husband) he was telling me ki in Rohtak Congress position is very tight.

Good news ,BJP needs to repeat 2014 in most of the seats barring UP 

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1 minute ago, Suhaan said:

Prayagraj disappointed with 48% turnout

2014 it recorded 59% turnout

UP is puzzle for many of us, can't say anything

 

BJP might lose there .they didnt win by a big margin there last time 

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2 minutes ago, Adi BB said:

BJP might lose there .they didnt win by a big margin there last time 

No,Rita Joshi from Prayagraj south is locked for BJP as per ground reports

Might be 1-1 or 2-0 in favour of BJP

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Bhailog, whoever enters the polling booth compound by 6:00 the polling party has to take his vote.

I have relatives who are polling officers they were telling sometimes voting goes on upto 8 PM.

So the real turnout will be out by tomorrow morning only.

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51 minutes ago, Suhaan said:

No,Rita Joshi from Prayagraj south is locked for BJP as per ground reports

Might be 1-1 or 2-0 in favour of BJP

Oh damn forgot about her 

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Interesting documentary on Chandrashekhar Prasad a JNU student leader who was shot dead in Siwan by Lalu's don Shahabuddin. Covers mostly the protests that followed the killing. 

Shows JNU has always been the Raayta university of this country. They just love protesting. 

 

 

Posted it here to show hypocrisy of Kanhaiya, JNU and Left.

Chandrashekhar is considered a legend of JNU, a martyr. And now they are sitting in the lap of same Cong RJD who killed him and shielded his killers.

 

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was switching channels and stumbled upon prannoy roys UP election analysis  ..

 

they did some post mortem like percent of dalits , brahmins , upper castes and how political parties are target each section ..

i have seen TN election analysis/strategies and everything is  based on caste , but they dont openly discuss it like this in channels :lol:  

 

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6 hours ago, velu said:

was switching channels and stumbled upon prannoy roys UP election analysis  ..

 

they did some post mortem like percent of dalits , brahmins , upper castes and how political parties are target each section ..

i have seen TN election analysis/strategies and everything is  based on caste , but they dont openly discuss it like this in channels :lol:  

 

piddis favourite channels :aha:

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49 minutes ago, ravishingravi said:

What is the likelihood of disgruntled members of SP voting for congress

The likelihood is more to vote in favor of bjp as it will hurt  sp more 

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4 hours ago, ravishingravi said:

What is the likelihood of disgruntled members of SP voting for congress

In my opinion, I am thinking 20-30% of BSP votes will be divided between Kangress and BJP.Assuming that BSP has a 20% vote share,this could result in a 4-6% decrease in GB votes.Now,Kangress getting their votes hardly matters,so its advantage BJP.

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