However, it is also an accepted reality that, in recent times, external and internal threats do overlap seamlessly, apart from having multiplied in their intensity. Asymmetric and proxy wars are part of this new dynamic. That since the last 2 years or so there has also been an upsurge in undesirable right wing extremist tendencies among some fringe elements inside India cannot be denied.
Big guns free; lower rank officers, constabulary face music - By RK Misra Nov 19,Counterview Ghosts from the past have an uncanny way of turning up in the present with immense potential to blight the future of the most powerful.
The deposition of Azam Khan, an Udaipur based small time gangster before the CBI court has brought to life the most speculated and worst-kept secret of the time - that the murder of the up and coming Gujarat BJP leader was a political extermination at the behest of some of the most powerful in the land of the Mahatma.
The revelation about Pandya's killings surfaced in the course of the proceedings in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh alleged fake killing case inin which Vanzara was an accused with the then minister of state for home Amit Shah, and IPS officers Raj Kumar Pandiyan and Dinesh MN.
Of particular significance is that this case, relating to a mob attack on shop-keepers in Mahipalpur, was resurrected after being closed as 'untraced' in The attack with deadly weapons left two Sikhs dead and three wounded. The Central government's decision in to form a Special Investigation Team SIT to reopen serious cases related to the riots has yielded results.
Yashpal Singh, a goods transporter, has now been sentenced to death, and Naresh Sehrawat, the local postman when the mob attack took place, to life. The trial court has rightly brushed aside minor discrepancies in evidence and technical objections to the fresh investigation being taken up, and concluded that the testimony of key witnesses, who were themselves injured, was cogent and reliable.
It is possible to argue that there is little justice, or even meaning, in securing the conviction of those who may have been sucked into the mob frenzy that followed Indira Gandhi's assassination.
However, it cannot be forgotten that obtaining a conviction in instances of communal and sectarian riots is quite rare.
Investigators and prosecutors seldom succeed in nailing political leaders and their key henchmen. Impunity for participants in pogroms has been the norm, and successful prosecution the rare exception.
The last time a person involved in the anti-Sikh riots was sentenced to death was in But Kishori Lal, known as 'the butcher of Trilokpuri', managed to get his death sentence commuted to life. Army's Robustness in Aid of Civil Authority:What is Naxalism and how does this affects the issue of internal security of India?
Update Cancel. ad by ManageEngine ADSolutions. Naxalism Definition - just Google or read pathetic definitions on Wikipedia How do we protect ourselves from the Naxal threat in internal security?
Naxalism:Threat to Internal Security The Government of India has taken serious note of the Naxal problem in the recent past. Context: The YSR Congress has proposed a no-confidence motion against the NDA government on the issue of granting special category status to Andhra Pradesh.
The motion will be the first such move during the tenure of this NDA government. What is a no-confidence motion? A no-confidence motion is a parliamentary motion which is moved in the Lok Sabha against the entire council of ministers.
One such threat to internal security is the existence Left Wing Extremism (LWE) also known as Maoism or Naxalism. The main reason observed for this movement to emerge, is poor governance of affected areas in the states like Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Orissa.
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Naxalism. Left Wing Extremism and Naxalism in India. Among the internal security perils afflicting India, an alarmingly burgeoning is LWE commonly dubbed as the Naxal-Maoist threat.
The LWE threat currently spans nearly districts spread over 16 states with a wide swathe running across the centre of the Indian hinterland from the Nepal-Bihar border to the Karnataka and Kerala borders, in a.