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“If times come, Army will cross LoC” Says Indian Army’s northern commander

Northern Army Commander Lt General D Anbu said that the Indian Army may cross the Line of Control if required and had also claimed that there are fewer infiltrations this year as compared to last year. He also spoke of the need to create employment opportunities for Kashmiri youth to wean them away from the agitation.

Pointing out that there has been an increase in the number of infiltration attempts and terror camps across the LoC, Lt General Anbu said that “when we want to we will be able to breach it, go across and strike when we need’’. He said the surgical strike by India “was a point we wanted to drive home”. India wanted to convey “this subtle message” that the “LoC is not a line that cannot be breached”, he said.

Lt Gen. Anbu said while presenting gallantry and distinguished services medals to 103 officers and jawans.

“There is no dearth of people who are trying to infiltrate.The launch pads and terrorist camps across the Line of Control have increased as compared to the previous year,” Lt Gen. Anbu said. “While they attempt to cross the LoC, the success they have been able to attain this year, despite a large number of people trying to infiltrate, has been much less as compared to the previous year because of the very robust counter-infiltration grid we have on the LoC,’’ he said.

According to official figures, 75 people have infiltrated from across the LoC this year, “but our assessment is that their number is not more than 45-50”, Lt Gen. Anbu said. Referring to the number of local terrorists in the Valley, the Northern Army Commander said their number has been largely constant over the past three years, including the current year. “The youth turning into separatists are those who are in the age group of 15-25 and who are not very sure of the future. This is one aspect which needs to be looked at,” he said.

“It shows that we have to engage the youth.The state government and everybody has to play a part in ensuring employment generation and a positive security environment will be created by the security forces,’’ he said. “This is what has happened now. While the effect of elimination of so many terrorists will manifest in a couple of months from now, we have already seen a decrease in local youth getting recruited in terrorist ranks,’’ he claimed.

To a question about the stone throwing youths on the streets in the Valley, Lt Gen. Anbu said: “A lot of youths are involved in it, but it is not that all the youths are involved in it and their entire population comes out into the streets…. Their heart and soul is not in it.”

Asked about the situation along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, he said it was under control

When you think in English and speak in Hindi, you end up saying words like ‘Khoon ki Dalali’ and ‘Maut Ka Saudagar’.

Rahul Gandhi seems to be a slow learner or not one at all. He has not learnt a bit from the humongous mistake committed by his mother Sonia Gandhi in the run up to the 2007 Gujarat assembly elections, as evident from all the mistakes he, his mother and his party men have subsequently made over the years.

On Monday, he found his own ‘Maut Ka Saudagar’ moment against Narendra Modi. It’s a ‘believe it or not’ kind of a statement: Prime Minister Modi is doing ‘Khoon Ki Dalaali’ (pimping or brokering) over the blood of Indian soldiers who laid down their lives in the terror attacks in Kashmir.

If he remembered what he previously said on Surgical Strike, he probably wouldn’t have said what he said on his landing in Delhi after concluding his month-long campaign for upcoming elections in Uttar Pradesh.

Consider what Rahul Gandhi said on surgical strike: “Aap (Modi) kya kar rahe ho. Hame jo jawan hain, hamare jo jawan hain, jinhone apna khoon diya hai, Kashmir me khoon diya hai, jinhone Hindustan ke liye surgical strike kiya aap unke khoon ke piche chupe hue ho unki dalali kar rahe ho. Yeh bilkul galat hai.”

Don’t blame him, though, he probably would have had made his speech in English, and definitely didn’t want to call PM Modi a pimp, but due to some circumstances he had to speak it in Hindi. And, that’s why it all went wrong. To be fair it’s not a first time that he made such remarks, in fact, Raga has a long history to say weird things.

For Example, he said on record about Amul women workers: “Gujarat ko AMUL kisne diya? Gujarat ko dhood kisne diya, Ye jo Aurate yaha kinare khadi hai unhone diya, unhone Gujarat ko dhood diya”

or when asked about Congress Party environment since he became Vice- President, he answered- “Aaj sabko maza aa rha hai, party me mahilaye mujhese kahti hai, jabse aap aaye hai bahut maza aa rha hai, Mai ye maza sabko dena chahta hu” .

In both the case, the statements wouldn’t came out as bad as it sounds. So, please next time reporters don’t use Hindi language when you are asking questions to Raga, you can try Italian though!

On a serious note, Rahul’s Kisan Yatra began with the news of khat loot and ended with khoon ki dalali, making big headlines but all for the wrong reasons.

BY: Saket Sharma.

Instead of soldiers, India and Pakistan now using hackers to fight with each other?

With increasing ceasefire violations along the Line of Control, tensions are high between India and Pakistan and there is talk of war in the air.

Amidst all the crossfire and commotion, hackers from both countries have resorted to cyber attacks.

Is this digital war a sign of things to come?

S. Amar Prasad Reddy, the Additional Director-General of the National Cyber Safety and Security Standards, said that the organization had hacked into Pakistan’s critical infrastructure systems.

He said that the organization’s team had access to Pakistan’s defence infrastructure as well as all gov.pk websites.

He added that the team would destroy the aforementioned infrastructure systems if they received a go-ahead from the Indian government.

“If necessary, we can damage their [Pakistan’s] digital asset. We have penetrated into their defence infrastructure. If we get the go-ahead from the government, we can do it. We are ready,” said Mr. Reddy.

A group of Pakistani hackers called Haxors Crew hacked into 7,070 Indian websites, and released a list stating the names of the websites hacked.

However, cyber security specialists claimed that the hackers were rookies and couldn’t write their own code.

Although most of the hacked websites are non-government websites, the attack shows the vulnerability of Indian websites to such threats.

“They are not even proper hackers. They are what we call script kiddies, people who use existing computer scripts to hack into computers as they lack the expertise to write their own,” said Mirza FaizanAsad, the legal head of Global Cyber Security Response Team.

The website of the National Green Tribunal was allegedly hacked by Pakistani hackers.
The NGT’s website came under attack by the “D4RK 4NG31” group, a week after the surgical strike across the LoC with hackers posting profanities, claiming it was an act of “revenge.”
The hackers also struck the website of the Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean studies (KUFOS) the next day.

In a post riddled with profanities, the group said “We are Unbeatable. You kill innocent people in Kashmir and call your self defenders of your country. You violate the ceasefire on border and call it ‘Surgical Strikes’. Now kiss the burn of Cyber War.”

‘Patriotic Brahmins’ to perform a ‘Rashtra Raksha Yagna’ at Indo-Pak Border, What?

By order of Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, the Rajasthan Sanskrit Academy is organising a ‘Rashtra Raksha Yagna’ at Shri Mateshwari Tanot Rai temple near the Indo-Pak border to “protect troops from the enemy,” The Indian Express reported today.

Raje and Home Minister Rajnath Singh are expected to attend the yagna, which will be performed by 21 “patriotic Brahmins” on Thursday, according to the report.

Rajasthan Sanskrit Academy chairperson Jaya Dave told the newspaper that “our Sanatan Parampara”. “Earlier too, when Kshatriyas fought wars, Brahmins performed such ceremonies to protect them. The message that the government wants to send out is that everyone should come together in support of our country and our forces. Our military capabilities should be visible to everyone,” she said.

A statement from Raje’s office said that she will be performing pooja at the Shri Mateshwari Tanot Rai to boost morale of the troops along the Indo-Pak border, the newspaper reported. “It will also protect the people living along the border, since the longest part of India’s border with Pakistan (1,040 km) falls in Rajasthan,” said the statement.

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Those wants surgical strike video are the one’s who insist on watching parents wedding night video too, says BJP MLA.

Yes we are not joking, BJP MLA Rameshwar Sharma on Wednesday said that those seeking proof of the Indian Army’s surgical strikes in PoK were like people who insist on “watching the video of their parents’ wedding night before accepting someone as father”.

Referring to the remarks by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam on the surgical strikes, the BJP legislator said, “Be it Kejriwal or Nirupam, whoever, irrespective of political affiliation, insults the Army or does not have faith in it and demands proof is like an individual who insists on watching the video of his parents’ suhaag raat before accepting someone as his father.’’

The Huzur MLA went on to say that those seeking proof from soldiers who shed their blood for the country were “traitors or Pakistani agents speaking the language of Nawaz Sharif”.
“When soldiers make the supreme sacrifice, why should they not get their due? Why should someone insult them,’’ he told The Indian Express when asked about his comments.

Rameshwar Sharma is not new to controversies. Just two years ago, he linked “love jihad” to garba and asked the Bhopal district administration to ask garba organisers to insist on identity cards and allow non-Hindu men only if they give an affidavit that they have faith in Hinduism and its gods.

That’s a new low in Politics.

Early Navratri Present, India celebrates Indian Army surgical strikes on POK.

The Indian army conducted surgical strikes on Wednesday night on terror launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC) where they induced heavy damages to terrorists and even killed several of them.

Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, Director General Military Operations (DGMO) and Vikas Swarup, spokesperson for Ministry of External Affairs, India held a press conference in New Delhi on Thursday whether they disclosed about this operation.

Since the news broke, from celebrities to normal people everyone showered their love to Indian Army and cheered their grand success. See, the tweets here.

Kiran Bedi

Chetan bhagat

Virendra Sehwag

Paresh Rawal

Parody account of Narendra Modi

V Naidu

Mosiqui Acharya

Rajeev Shukla

Manohar Parikar

Arvind Kejriwal

We also congratulate Indian Army great victory and hope this operation will make Pakistan realize about India’s strength.