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The Kashmir Conflict

Discussion in 'Internal Affairs' started by desiman, Jun 23, 2010.

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Which solution woud you like ?

Poll closed Apr 24, 2017.
  1. Solution 1

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  2. Solution 2

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  3. Solution 3

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  4. Solution 4

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  5. Solution 5

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  6. Solution 6

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  1. Butter Chicken

    Butter Chicken Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Fresh picture released by Hizbul.Notice the raised index finger ISIS-style

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  2. Butter Chicken

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    What do you make of this statement?

     
  3. Bregs

    Bregs 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    This man is odd one out in home ministry, need some one more effective
     
  4. lca-fan

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    ISPR thinks attacks are imminent



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  6. lca-fan

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    J&K youths defy terrorists, 67,000 apply for 700 cop jobs
    M Saleem Pandit | TNN | Updated: May 14, 2017, 02.01AM IST

    Kashmiri Boys run to qualify the test during police recruitment rally on May 13, 2017 in Srinagar. (TOI Photo by Bilal Bahadur)
    HIGHLIGHTS
    • About 2,000 boys and girls from Kashmir lined up at Bakshi Stadium on Saturday.
    • They had come for the physical endurance test (PET) for the post of sub-inspectors in J&K police.
    • Youths from the Valley far outnumbered their counterparts from the Jammu region.
    SRINAGAR: Four days after Lieutenant Ummer Fayaz was abducted and shot by Hizbul Mujahideen militants in Shopian district to serve as a warning to Kashmiri youths aspiring to join the security forces, about 2,000 boys and girls from the Valley lined up at Bakshi Stadium here on Saturday.

    All of them had come for the physical endurance test (PET) and physical standard test (PST) for the post of sub-inspectors in J&K police.

    Various terrorist groups have repeatedly warned Kashmiri youths against joining the security forces by issuing threatening videos from time to time.

    However, youths from the Valley not only ignored these threats by lining up for posts in J&K police but they far outnumbered their counterparts from the Jammu region. A total of 67,218 candidates have applied for 698 posts of sub-inspector.
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    Of them, 35,722 are from Kashmir while 31,496 from the Jammu region.

    With over 6,000 Kashmiri girls turning up for physical tests for recruitment as police sub-inspectors, J&K DGP S P Vaid told TOI: "Dozens of Kashmiri girls broke all the shackles of a conservative society and participated in the recruitment drive."

    Nusrat Jan, a candidate from downtown Srinagar, said she wanted to help local women. "I have seen women facing very bad times due to militancy in Kashmir, which needs to be addressed," she added.

    Mohammad Rafiq Bhat, a science graduate from old Srinagar, said he was aware that a cop in the Valley had to live under a constant threat from the terrorists.

    "But I am ready to face the menace of militancy. They (militants) are not on the right path and proper treatment is required to treat this disease," he said.

    Another aspirant, Rubeena Akthar of Srinagar, said she hoped that a job in J&K police would help her "deal with the vices that are ailing our society...in Kashmir".

    "I will be lucky if I get a job in the police. One commands respect in the society," said aspirant Farzana.

    The first phase of the physical endurance and standard tests started on Saturday with applicants from the Valley, a spokesman of the J&K police said. The exercise will take place in the other districts subsequently.

    http://m.timesofindia.com/india/jk-...ply-for-700-cop-jobs/articleshow/58663929.cms
     
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  7. Bregs

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    Govt must not loose sight of providing jobs to locals while dealing sternly with the miscreants specifically the stone pelters
     
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  9. Lion of Rajputana

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    Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorist trying to sneak into India arrested
    Sashastra Seema Bal apprehended a Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorist who was trying to sneak into India from Nepal.

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    IndiaToday.in | Posted by Isha Gupta
    May 14, 2017 | UPDATED 15:41 IST
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    HIGHLIGHTS
    • 1
      34-year-old HuM Militant Naseer Ahmed aka Sadiq,is a resident of Dolgam village.

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      He was trying to sneak in India from Nepal as a kashmiri shawl and carpet vendor.

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      When asked for identity, he was unable to produce any supporting documents.
    Nasser Ahmed, an active militant of the terrorist outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen was apprehended by Shashastra Seema Bal, Lucknow Frontier on May 13. Ahmed is an active Hizbul militant, who had been residing in Pakistan since September 2003.

    Nasser has been involved in many violent crimes against civilians as well as security forces including an attack on the STF camp. He was sent to India by his handler, for a specific mission.

    34-year-old Hizbul militant Nasser Ahmed aka Sadiq, is a resident of Dolgam village, Banihal of Ramban district in Jammu and Kashmir. He was trying to sneak in India from Nepal as a kashmiri shawl and carpet vendor in disguise. When he was asked for his identity, he was unable to produce any supporting documents.

    Subsequently, Nasser was searched. Following which, a Pakistani passport and an identity card were recovered from his possession.

    NASSER AHMED'S TRAINING

    • Initially, Nasser was trained by the militants operating in Banhial and adjoining areas of Jammu and Kashmir. He was involved in terrorist activities in Banihal area along with Hizbul militants since 2002.
    • In the year 2003, he crossed over to Pakistan, along with a group of 23 persons and joined Hizb-ul-Mujahideen.
    • Ahmed received a formal arms training in Pakistan occupied Kashmir for three months.
    • He also received physical training for a year at a place called Atak by Hizbul, ISI and Pakistan Army instructors, with an aim of waging war against India and to fight with Indian Security Forces in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
    • He was trained to operate weapons like AK-47, AK-56, SLR, Rocket Launcher, Assault Rifle and grenades.
    AFTER THE COMPLETION OF THE TRAINING
    • After the completion of his training, Ahmed stayed at various Hizbul camps including Abbotabad district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province (2004-2006), Gharhi Habibullah, Distt- Manshera (2006-08) Jangal Magar, Distt- Manshera, KPK (2008-09).
    • Nasser used to preach Quran to Hizb-ul-Mujahideen cadres during his stay at these camps.
    On a mission in India, Naseer Ahmed landed in Kathmandu on May 10 from Faislabaad (Pakistan) via Sharjah (UAE), along with his accomplice namely Mohd Shafi. They separated in Kathmandu.
    After which, Nasser boarded a bus to reach the Indo-Nepal Border, with the intention to sneak in the Indian Territory and with the motive to carry out terrorist activities in India.
     
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    He's looking too weak to fight
     
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  12. Butter Chicken

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    72*2=144 pigs.....................................

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  13. lca-fan

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    Can someone this, IAF is called in Kashmir to take part in combing operations to clear terrorists. If true then it's huge development.
     
  14. enquencher

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    Thats nonesense...ia doesnot need iaf to kill those foot soldiers.drones are enough for them.
    If by ne chance iaf is called then there is something more to it.
    Possibly to target some post across loc..as hinded by army...by rajnath singh..as some knowledgeable posters here.
     
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