Pak GHQ activates new front in India

Pak GHQ activates new front in India

By MADHAV NALAPAT | NEW DELHI | 21 February, 2016
Madhav Nalapat
General Raheel Sharif.
Accompanying terror strikes will be ‘death by a thousand revolts’.
There has been widespread national attention at the manner in which a small group called for the breakup and even the Wahhabisation of India on 9 February at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. They did this repeatedly, without obvious objection from the much larger number of attendees during the event. However, the impact of such cries on public opinion, reminiscent as they were of the frenzied and ultimately successful cries for the partition of India in the 1930s, was lost afterwards by hooliganism indulged in by hyper-patriots. However, the 9 February JNU event, soon followed by a similar do at Jadavpur University in Kolkata is worrying senior officials battling radicalism and terrorism worldwide, who fear that such calls on campuses for the vivisection of India may spread.
The source of their worry is contained in information detailed by a group of sources within Pakistan, who reveal that the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) unit of the Pakistan military has, since November 2014, begun to implement a plan designed to activate a “non-terror” front in India, in addition to the long-running terror front. This second front is expected by GHQ Rawalpindi to have a destructive effect on public morale and the ability of the governance system to take decisive action against the terror front and its affiliates—the hawala and narcotics industry, which has been growing unhindered in India since the United Front government took over from the Congress Party in 1996 and oversaw the introduction of policy measures designed to boost domestic opium production, as well as encourage the manufacture of chemicals designed to process narcotics, especially in states bordering Pakistan.
Once the economic liberalisation carried out by P.V. Narasimha Rao in the1990s gave promise of faster growth in India, among GHQ Rawalpindi’s core objectives in this country has been a meltdown of economic and societal vitality. This economy-focused strategy got accelerated in early 2003, when it became obvious that Pakistan-directed terror attacks by themselves were not sufficient to bring India to a state of insecurity and lack of confidence sufficient to prevent an adequate response to the ISI’s covert terror mission in India. Hence, followed repeated attacks on major metropolitan centres, as well as efforts to assassinate scientists, who are a key element in the wide “Knowledge Gap” between India and Pakistan. GHQ Rawalpindi has been particularly disconcerted by the increasing warmth between Washington and Delhi, especially the two militaries. GHQ Rawalpindi watched with dismay as Manmohan Singh began to change the parameters of engagement with Washington after the 2005 nuclear understanding with President George W. Bush. 
There has been a sharp acceleration of the ISI policy of “death to India by a thousand revolts” since Narendra Modi became the prospective Prime Minister by mid-2013. Once he took charge as PM in May 2014, the new PM gave promise of ushering in a period of 21st-century reform of the governance structure, which would hopefully raise to double digits the “natural” rate of growth of the country from the historical level of 2%. This may otherwise be termed the Nehru Rate of Growth in honour of the Prime Minister whose policies made such a situation inevitable. Soon afterwards, the concept of a non-terror “second front” against India was developed within GHQ and communicated to the ISI for implementation through its proxies and dupes in India. 
Sources within Pakistan reveal that the budget for the “second front” was “expanded five times” during 2013-15 by General Raheel Sharif. The aim was to “deepen the demonisation of Narendra Modi abroad and in the big cities of India”, both locations crucial to increasing India’s rate of growth to double digits. According to those who have worked with General Sharif, the all-powerful and hugely popular Chief of Army Staff (COAS) in Pakistan is “determined to ensure that the global India story gets derailed in the era of Modi”. Keeping alive international perceptions that India and Pakistan were a trigger away from nuclear war is seen by GHQ as important in discouraging investment within India and into India. Hence, there has been a particular focus on actions designed to derail India-Pakistan dialogue and instead promote tension through terror attacks by ISI proxies. “To befool (sic) Obama, General Sharif regularly speaks of peace and good relations with India. However, his true intent gets communicated to his staff, who are told to work on plans for strengthening the covert First (terror) and Second (popular unrest and revolt) fronts.”
In a bid to derail dialogue, in Arnia, in 2014, on the anniversary of 26/11 (the Mumbai terror attacks), a terror attack took place at an Army camp. Not coincidentally, both the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan were in Kathmandu at the time, looking towards overcoming the stoppage of Foreign Secretary-level talks announced by India in August 2014.
Rawalpindi GHQ, according to well-informed sources, is “very concerned at the rise in public support within Pakistan for peace with India, even if this means freezing the Kashmir dispute by both sides”. Public support within the tortured country for the hugely expensive (relative to Gross National Product) Pakistan military hinges on an inflating of the “India threat”, an objective helped by periodic breakdowns of communication and rise in border tensions between Delhi and Islamabad. In an effort at derailing dialogue, three more attacks occurred in succession by terrorists trained in Peshawar and Muzaffarabad. These took place on Army camps in India, on 5 December 2014 near Uri, on 20 March 2015 at Samba (which hit police installations as well) and 27 May 2015 in Tangdhar, just a day after the first anniversary of the Modi government.
However, neither Prime Minister Modi nor National Security Advisor Ajit Doval (who is reputed to be as close to the PM as BJP president Amit Shah and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley) fell into the GHQ trap by cutting off avenues for dialogue with the civilian establishment in Pakistan led by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, “who knows that peace with India is essential for the growth and stability of Pakistan, but who has got no support from the international community for ensuring civil dominance over the military in Pakistan”, a source based in Karachi said.
Defying predictions that dialogue at such a level was stalled if not totally derailed by the terror attacks, both Nawaz Sharif and Modi met at Ufa in Russia on 10 July 2015 to the chagrin of the ISI, which was “pulled up” by GHQ for not doing enough to foul the atmosphere within both India and Pakistan for talks with each other. In order to goad India into precipitate action, such as would make Delhi look the aggressor rather than Rawalpindi, another ISI-linked terror attack got carried out on 27 July 2015 at Dina Nagar and another on 6 August on a BSF convoy in Udhampur. That same year, on the anniversary of 26/11, three terrorists fired on a Gorkha Rifles camp in Kupwara district, although their attempt to set on fire the oil depot was foiled by prompt action by the Gorkhas. 
Sources say that Prime Minister Modi has been getting detailed real time information from multiple sources about the goings-on in GHQ Rawalpindi and the intentions of General Sharif and his top advisors. Hence, despite pressure from those eager for a cutting off of contact between this country and Pakistan, the PM refused to be provoked. “Modi Sahab (sic) knows that decisive action against Pakistan needs coordinated action by India and the US”, hopefully with China adopting a neutral stance in its own interest. This can be assured “only after it becomes obvious that India has gone the extra mile to preserve peace, but has repeatedly been rebuffed by the Pakistan military through its proxies”. Hence the focus on diplomacy. To the dismay of the ISI, PM Modi met his counterpart Nawaz Sharif at Paris during the climate summit. This brief but intense interaction resulted in the NSAs of the two countries meeting at Bangkok on 6 December 2015 and working the modalities for External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to visit Pakistan on 8 December, ostensibly to attend the “Heart of Asia” security dialogue. This was followed by the unprecedented visit by Modi to Lahore on 25 December, Christmas Day, where the personal chemistry and bonhomie between him and Sharif was on display to the world. GHQ was not slow to react, igniting the Pathankot attack on 2 January 2016, which, fortunately, did not result in the mass casualties which had been planned for the operation by specially-selected “shock elements” of the terror groups nurtured by the ISI. However, even this attack did not result in the collapse of Prime Minister Modi’s innovative diplomacy towards the civilian leadership of Pakistan, nor goad him into copying the verbal aggression, which is a staple of television talk shows on both sides of the border.
Sources close to GHQ say that the failure to derail the India-Pakistan peace process resulted in an “intensification of the strategy of promoting unrest in India through agitations and violence directed against the security arms of the state”. The banking, railways and road transport industries are a particular focus of this campaign, and sources cognisant of the field situation say that the ISI is working to ensure that “soon after the Union Budget (for 2016-17) gets passed, strikes, go-slows and uncontrollable unrest will break out” in India, thereby damaging economic prospects. 
Since 2005, these sources claim that the ISI has been able to recruit across India over 16,000 (sixteen thousand) “volunteers and auxiliaries” (with the latter being unaware of the actual affiliation of the group they belong to). They add that “more than 80% of the new recruits are sleepers”, those who as yet have not participated in any covert activity and hence are under the police radar. Interestingly, according to these sources, such recruits belong “not only to Muslim organisations. Many are from the Sikh, Hindu and other communities, and are distributed across various professions and strata of society.” “Both the hawala networks, especially in the border states, and the narcotics industry work closely with the ISI to provide logistical support and protection for this expanding ‘non-terrorist’ network of the ISI.” A particular infowar focus “is to discredit those who point to the danger of GHQ intervention in the economics, sociology and politics of India as alarmist and paranoidal”, a ploy which seems to be working, judging by the number of those in the commentariat who refuse to accept that the country is facing a mortal threat from the Pakistan military, not just through non-conventional war but through other means.
The ISI has been getting help from individuals in foreign countries to paint a dismal picture of India, “many of whom are well-meaning and who do not realise that they are being manipulated in the name of women’s rights, child rights and minority freedoms by a Wahhabi organisation, whose core objective is the meltdown of the Indian state, thereby creating a vacuum which can be filled with radicals and result in chaos in a manner similar to what has happened in other countries where there has been a collapse of the governance mechanism”. Interestingly, they point out that several such meltdowns in governance and social cohesion in countries targeted by rival powers have been initiated by protest movements across college campuses that soon engulfed the streets. 
The 9 February 2016 rally in JNU appears to have been infiltrated by elements of the “non-terror” front of the ISI. However, it would be incorrect to state that the students’ union in the university knew of such a move, “as these take place covertly and under false flags”. Security experts fault the Delhi police for “using an AK 47 rather than a sniper rifle”, or in other words, widening the net of arrests and police action too broadly rather than zeroing in on the handful who have links with the ISI and its affiliates or dupes. 
Why were pro-separatist slogans relating to the terror campaign in Kashmir raised in the JNU and Jadavpur rallies? Why are such slogans getting repeated across several parts of India? According to sources within Pakistan, “the ISI is alarmed at the diminishing confidence even within Wahhabi segments in Kashmir of the prospect of separation from the Union of India”. “The ISI wishes to boost the confidence of pro-Pakistan elements in Kashmir (whom they wish to recruit in terror gangs that would be active across India). They try and do this by demonstrating that significant sections of the population in other parts of India support their struggle, and hence they ought not to give up.” Either by design or by coincidence, well-organised albeit theatrical shouts of “azaadi” by a few indoctrinated individuals were heard during the 9 February rally at JNU, which was attended without obvious protest at such slogans by some office-bearers of the JNU Students’ Union.
Contrary to selected media reports, it is extremely unlikely that any of the office-bearers of the students’ union at JNU are in sync with the slogans raised by pro-Pakistan elements on 9 February. Hence, security experts spoken to say that the arrest of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar was a “gross error”. They say the move “had the effect of uniting the students”, as well as shifting the spotlight from the 1930s Partition of India-style slogans raised by a handful of motivated protestors at the rally to the clumsy tactics of the Delhi police. Although the authorities were justified in their alarm at what took place in the rally held in JNU (and in Jadavpur), the steamroller action taken by the Delhi police may have the effect of driving such groups underground, where they will be more difficult to uncover and eliminate. In the JNU situation, it may have been preferable for the police to “wait and watch” till more Pakistan-oriented elements emerged into the sunlight—investigating them quietly and later on, arresting them singly in subsequent days—rather than acting “prematurely and indiscriminately”, thereby netting not the required core elements, but relative innocents who were simply caught up in the excitement of the rally. It will take painstaking investigation into the call and visit records of the ringleaders of the 9 February rally at JNU before the unseen handlers of the youths responsible for seditious sloganeering and partition-oriented indoctrination get identified.
GHQ Rawalpindi has opened a second front in India that is in some respects even deadlier than the terror operations conducted by the organisation. These are the “non-terror” groups recruited and motivated by them to stage uprisings designed to damage the potency of the governance mechanism in India, and with that, any expectation of the high growth promised by Narendra Modi while on the campaign trail in 2013-14. A strategy designed to deal with the “Terror Wing” (ISI-TW) of the ISI may not be effective against the “Non-Terror Wing” (ISI-NTW). Unless better methods get worked out and put into operation, what is taking place may be the start of a protracted “non-terror” campaign waged on different platforms by the ISI across India through its agents, dupes and dummies, even as GHQ ensures an acceleration in terror strikes, as well as unrest in key economic sectors within the country to derail both economic prospects and an India-Pakistan detente.
Battling such a twin strategy, implemented through a network that now has considerable depth and sophistication within India, requires scrutiny also of seeming hyper-patriots, such as those who indulged in hooliganism against the media. Are any of such individuals financially or socially linked to narcotics and hawala networks in Rajasthan and Punjab? It needs to be remembered that GHQ, through the ISI, seeds sleepers in both the ruling as well as opposition parties, fortified by the financial, political, official and logistics backing of the multi-billion dollar hawala and narcotics lobby in India. Those hooligan elements seen across television screens in India and abroad beating up JNU students, no matter what their affiliation, significantly assisted the ISI in its campaign against India, exactly as those few calling for a second partition of India did on campus.

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I suspect that Pakistan has also got its assets in the Indian media too. Narendra Modi may have strategically chosen not to challenge them at this point. The over enthusiastic response of the lawyers to the rantings of some JNU traitors was counter productive.


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Very rightly said.

Include RSS in the ban list as well, they are the culprits who have masterminded hatred and division in the country, they are the real terrorists, why look somewhere else.

if it was not RSS in India the country would have Islamic rule by now.Muslim increased thie population to 20% from 1% and now holding up country to ransom in many states.RSS will save the country let muslims go to hell or Pakistan.

you are a bastardy illegitimate kid of muslim in india.You are not a Hindu you have Muslim blood and you write in fake Hindu Hindu can be Muslim supporter you are a basted Muslim

You said it rightly and the govt. should take time bound action to nip in the bud of these prestitues, once for all and for the betterment of the nation, itself.

If only we could expose a few news traders and their links, it wil lserve the purpose. WE need to discredit a few big names and a few in the small towns so that we can use that to beat the borderline ones who are just tryign to enter int oa contract with ISI... thorough literature festivals etc..

Absolutely. All these appear to be part of larger design of GHQ.

Majority media appears to have been purchased, which is the most dangerous sit requires immediate action by govt to ensure interest of national security(quiche is paramount) is not violated. Strong sittuations require strong actions. Majority of citizen understand this. Unfortunately this is u appears to a to a common law abiding man.

I appreciate the approach with mr Madhav has wrought this is very important as for as writin about Pakistan is concerned as pak want we should forget last incidence and concentrate on only new so they execute their next target with new zeal they really have many in their pipeline . Our policy maker should have this approach while dealing with Pakistan .

I appreciate the approach with mr Madhav has wrought this is very important as for as writin about Pakistan is concerned as pak want we should forget last incidence and concentrate on only new so they execute their next target with new zeal they really have many in their pipeline . Our policy maker should have this approach while dealing with Pakistan .

If true it will be a better strategy than launching terror attacks.The way JNU affair is being blown up as " crisis" , GHQ may be succeeding.It may also be due to willing accomplices that we have within our fold.AAP, Congresss and Communists in their anxiety to embarras Modi govt may be playing in to the hands of these anti India forces.

Reports emerged shows this Umar Khalid has travelled to Pakistan, in recent times made over 800 calls to various leaders in Universities and to his separatists in JnK. Delhi Police kept an eye on JNU, sent a report in last Nov about separatists elements in JNU supported by some Jeehadi professors. It also suggested measures like CCTV surva eilance, as they felt narco trade is run by these gangs to self finance their Jeehadi campaign in Universities. Gov scouted for a able man to lead JNU n appointed new VC. However this pre planned event gone off the wisdom of new VC too as he succumbed to Jeehadi dominated JNUTA which condoned such protests in last 3years. JNU Jeehadi sloganeers has given Gov, an opportunity on platter to fully cleanse the premium institute and restore its glory. Its a long hard way but most urgent requirement.

And i am the queen of england - Just make up a name like Sunday Guardian Live to sound close to Guardian and write and kind of rubbish

My compliments to Mr. Nalapat for joining the dots so adroitly to draw out a coherent picture from the morass of disparate facts - and news reports masquerading as facts - about the recent unrest in the country. Mr.Nalapat's picture would be even more true to life,though, if one were to add to it the role of Pakistani moles deep within the media. These moles act as the force multipliers for the ISIS. They continually mould and manipulate national and international public perception to the detriment of India and strengthen the hands of India's enemies. But then, for a media insider to speak of this may be sheer blasphemy and hence, perhaps, Mr. Nalapat's omission of this fact.

For 'ISIS' please read 'ISI' in my previous post.

India is aware of the fact that a radicalization is going on by separatist group mainly from Kahmir and a few unarmed Jihadis like SAR Geelani are trying to make the institution a base for support.It is essential to crack down on these unarmed jihadi groups before it spreads.In the name of freedom of speech and democracy these groups can not be allowed to perpetuate terrorism

While i agree with Authors theory of 2-pronged approach by ISI /GHQ, author doesn't discuss why the so called legacy 'Indian' media and the leftists traitors therein (Barkha, Rajdeep, Shekhar Gupta, Nidhi R, Ravish etc) behave the way they do it. Article doesn't discuss NGO and media's funding links with foreign donors. In my view a comprehensive approach needs to be taken which joins the dots --Foreign funding, media, NGO, enticed religious conversions, jihadi kashmiris, naxals, societal caste/regional fault lines etc

Madhav Nalpat's article is 'paid news', in line with the Governments efforts to centralise control of Universities for Hindutva Agenda. The anti-India slogans were the handiwork of a group of people hired to stir trouble. None of them were arrested. Undoubtedly Pakistan is stirring the pot to keep India destabilised, but our objectives have to concentrate on more direct action against them., We should not try and take a convoluted passive approach, whereby not only are we unable to take the Pakistanis head on politically, militarily, diplomatically but are creating dangerous polarisation through internal dissensions as well. We need to contain and address existing internal problems of J&K, NE States and Naxals why are we trying to cover up our inadequacies by opening up a new can of worms. We need policies and strategies to take on Pakistani belligerence , wirh the clandestine support of China, who's backing is giving it the courage to keep needling us.. Time is not to be unduly emotional but realistic and take the bull by the horns. Remember we have to fight our own battles in the end-- now is a good time to start.

Its a fact that can be ubderstood by many but those some handful persons who have fallen prey to pak tactics & indulge in Anti nationsl sloganeering in JNU need to be grosslly corrected as Freedom of speech Cant be held above Nationalism. Its time for all political parties to realise pak design & unite to disintegrate & unmask these anti national activities / elements. The central leadership is strong & should deal suchvacts with an iron fist. Surprising that pil parties & some people also had suspicion & apprehension on hoisting National flag in university campuses .I fail to understand how u can disown ur tricolour under which India fought its freedom struggle ! What saffrin agenda are these handful nartow minded think tanks are hinting at...i fsil to understand? It is the same tricolour which was hoisted at princess park by the first PM, it is the same which our forces hoist at border outposts & the very same which our brave soldier hoisted at Hajipeer & Tiger hill. For god sake do not insult nationalism by ur pseudo literate this is a non debatable issue & a factual statement of facts

i am amazed,shocked and bit happy too. to read this article of tavleen. i was trying to figure out the SOURCE.. this article revealed it nicely. i wish this article should be read by all for knowing the conspiracy theories! now i can look back to other controversies of recent past. one typical example of filing p i l in delhi court for all women entry into kerala shabarimala temple, where for centuries the ritual is non entry for menstrual women. now no indian women wants this to be revoked & the p i l was given by a muslim lawyer seating in delhi! what was his interest? one lady from delhi, ambika nair, sent a brilliant video msg in malayalam throughout india to understand the motive behind it. there are other similar controversies too.. now we can relate it or investigate it with one more perspective. thank you very much tavleen singh for this wonderful article.

Good reading. Good also to be vigilant. Seems like a case of tilting at imaginery windmills though

A very well researched and logically developed article clearly establishing link between the events that have occurred during the last two years (since Modi taking over as PM) and the plans of GHQ and ISI. The Pak Army and ISI have mastered the strategies of Chanakya and experimenting it on us!! high time our establishment, the media personnel, the general public wake up to this reality. Thank you Mr Nalpat

The paymaster of this author is obvious. Reminds me of Modi's continuous reference to MIA Musharraf during elections. Also Amit Shah talking of fireworks in Pakistan should BJP lose in Bihar. Keep it up.....Let the BJP use Pakistan to stay in power in India and the Pakistan Army use India to remain in power in Pakistan. Politics indeed makes strange bedfellows. Sunday Guardian...Ha ha foot.

No single party can claim monopoly of nationalism. The government needs to differentiate itself from the party and take all parties into confidence and share evidence with them of such involvement. Thats the only way to handle politically volatile situations like JNU movement. Articles like this point to a source and timing of this article. while sedition may be difficult to prove in courts but shades of evidence can be shared with political leaders so that we as nation adopt a unified approach on matters of national security.

exactly said it right. bunch of crap! we also could end up as bunch of crap if we rule out the possibilities in this article!..this may not be true or not varified. but we even dont have any clear evidences that this may not be the case. so we can see it as a possibility indeed. and yes politics indeed makes strange bedfellows.

exactly said it right. bunch of crap! we also could end up as bunch of crap if we rule out the possibilities in this article!..this may not be true or not varified. but we even dont have any clear evidences that this may not be the case. so we can see it as a possibility indeed. and yes politics indeed makes strange bedfellows.

The article seems to have deeply evaluated the dangerous policy of Pak GHQ correctly based on the stark facts.I have been saying for long that political, social and religious conditions gaining ground in the country are very similar to those created and prevailed in India during 1920-30s by the Indian Muslim League.This resulted first in division of Bengal during that decade and subsequently breakup of India. The role of CPI(M).CPI and coWingress seems akin to Britishers. Well written article and the author deserves appreciation and applause. Col Pratap Sharma.veteran

Thank you Mr Nalpath, you have hit the nail on the head.. The GHQ and ISI have been planning to give effect to what Jia had said "bleed India with 1000 cuts". I am an ex-service man and during various courses I have attended it was told to us that the Pakis have made it a point to teach Chanakya's strategies against the state enemy in their Military academies keeping India in view as their ebeny. You have very logically developed your article bringing clear connectivity with their strategies to de-stabilize India with the developments in the last 2 years since Shri Modi became PM. It is high time our establishment, the politicians, academicians and most importantly the media come to terms with this and stop doing any thing against of our country. Thanks.

Excellent , well researched article. All the events happening definitely lends credibility to the above hypothesis . The coordination between HCU, JNU, Jadavpur universities, reservation issues in AP, Gujarat and Haryana ( all NDA states), coordinated attack on India by Presstitutes, coming yo live of defunct left, Rahul and Kejriwal coordination - all pointers to this non-terror front.

Very interesting read. I hope our exper strategist & Planners study this Paper and counter it actively instead of watching passively. Why can't India prepare & execute such plans to neutralise Pak designs & make Pak pay heavily Militarily, Economically & Politically ?

No more faith in such reports and if home minister takes help of fake tweet and videos seems doctored In jnu case.............what about rohit?.....…......what about jat agitation........what about PDP alliance.........what about not allowing AAP to work in Delhi.......,...what about minister saini in haryana provoking it all pak hand....,.......I agree with sameer it is strategy of govt to use pak and stay in power. pak army uses India name to stay in power

Paranoia. Get own law in order first. Our country is too strong for this useless media plagiarism. Don't try to sell non sense. WHO ARE YOUR SOURSES AS YOU MENTION IN THE ARTICLE.???

An educative article. How ever, author should also have detailed the role of opposition parties in all this, their motivation and the motives of their leaders, especially Rahul Gandhi. There could also be a possibility that political parties and their leaders may also have been subverted. After all, there had been roumers of political leaders linked to CIA and KGB in the past. Unfortunately, political parties and their leaders try to blame every thing on to the government and hinders nations progress by blocking and disrupting parliament.

How far our opposition parties are helping Pakistan in derailing the reforms and there by the progress of the nation ?

A well researched and incisive article by Nalpath which clearly exposes the link between the seditious activities, the protagonists, the vested interest of the media and Pakistans designs to brew internal crisis which keeps issues simmering for a Nation trying to set up a progressive path

An interesting article. But should we give so much to the ISI ? If that be so then our intelligence agencies are sleeping and wasting tax payers money. If the agencies are functioning well then our law enforcement is lacking or the general character has deteriorated to the extent of being abnoxious. A serious debate should take place on the issue and so called intellectuals paid by God knows whom, must be apprised of the harm being done. Also debating be done within law enforcing agencies to neutralise the malaise. There needs to be limit till when o e may stay in Hostels at govtexpense. Practice approach is needed with all parties being taken into confidence than creating a situation as present which is nothing but polarizing the society.

Its a wonderful detailed description of pakistan's design to defame and derail our country's progress and peace ! Beware indians don't fight between ourselves ! Be united and foil their dangerous design!jai hind ! Bharat mata ki jai

I hope people see through this design. It is obvious that the ISI knows that the fourth estate is the medium to be cultivated to fulfil thier agenda.

There are many more in the media: leading newspapers The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Indian Express, and The Economic Times besides practically all TV news channels barring a few. All Opposition parties are anti-national too. Islamization of Congress was started by Gandhi in 1918 with his illogical support to Khilafat Movement. Gandhi and his chamchas' anti-national approach resulted in Partition of the subcontinent. Those anti-national activities have been going on for a century now. If the gullible uninterested irresponsible Indian masses don't wake up, there will be more partitions and hell will break loose on Hindustan.

Good reading. Good also to be vigilant. <a href="">live stream online</a> Seems like a case of tilting at imaginery windmills though

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