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Maoist activity – Its Rise in Delhi and National Capital Region

The war on Red Terror is no longer limited to remote jungles in far-off districts as urban Maoists have become a clear and present danger. Maoist front organisations, have succeeded in penetrating urban India and have managed to give a slip to intelligence agencies for some years.

In 2013, we had written on world wide “Civil Society movements ” and how the same model is being sought to be replicated in Bharat as well. The Maoist strategy is to launch / infiltrate civil society movements and develop cadre through that. Read the Article here .

As per the Institute for Defence Study & Analysis, the Maoists had prepared an urban perspective plan — a blue print for their urban movement/activities in September 2007. It is believed that Gobad Ghandy alias Rajan, who was arrested in September 2009 in New Delhi, played a major role in the preparation of this urban perspective plan.

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Intelligence agencies stumbled upon the Maoist strategy of setting urban bases in cities like Delhi in 2009 with the arrest of Kobad Ghandy from Delhi. – Courtesy IndiaToday

 

The Urban Movement has a defined role in the political strategy and military strategy of the CPI (Maoist). According to the CPI (Maoist),

“…being the centres of concentration of the industrial proletariat, urban areas play an important part within the political strategy of the new Democratic Revolution”. The Maoists envisage that they would mobilise and organise the industrial workers and channelise them towards playing “leadership role in organising the agrarian revolution by sending by sending … advanced detachment to the rural areas”.

In the Maoist scheme of things the objectives/tasks of the Urban Movement could be classified under three broad heads:

(a) mobilise and organise the basic masses and build the party on that basis ;

(b) build the United Front and

(c) Military tasks .

Looking at the leadership and rise of some of the neo political parties from Delhi and some other parts of the country , it is clear that the strategy # 1 has been employed.
Intelligence agencies stumbled upon the Maoist strategy of setting urban bases in cities like Delhi in 2009 with the arrest of Kobad Ghandy from Delhi.
In addition the Red Terror affected districts, it is reported that the Home Ministry has identified several organisations in Delhi and the National Capital Region as Maoist front organisations.
These organisations and political parties try to gain inroads by talking about issues like  “bijli, paani, sadak aur rojgaar “, issues that are relevant to the common person. At the same time, the masterminds work on their bigger strategy of disruption and taking over control of government.
The Delhi election is a case study about the strategy of Maoists being put into action in a major metro.

 

References :

1. India Today

2. IDSA

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Think and Vote – Security of Nation is at Stake

Think and Vote – Security of Nation is at Stake

 – Ayush Nadimpalli

A Rashtra is not just about its land and borders. A Rashtra” comprises of its land along with  people, samskriti ( loosely translated as culture ), heritage, civilizational continuity and its age-old institutions.

( Nation is a loose English translation for the word Rashtra and we use the word Nation in this context for the want of a better word in English ).

The ensuing elections to Parliament and State Assemblies are most crucial for our nation. All the people who care about the future our nation,  think very, very, very carefully before you cast your vote. Ponder over the issues and the risks. If you make a wrong choice not only you but the future generation will also be put to risk.

Before you make a decision as to which party to vote ask these questions to yourself :

Security 

  • Do you want terror attacks to continue, while government takes no action ?

Feb 21st

  • Do you want to live always in fear of life and security esp of women and children ?

Centre for Defense Information, US says “ “India has been the victim of more terrorist attacks, both domestic and international, on its territory than any other country.

Bharat has fought four high intensity wars and in those wars we have lost more then 6000 people. We have already lost more then 70,000 civilians. In addition, we have lost more then 9,000 security personnel. Almost six lakh people in this country have become homeless as a result of terrorism.

Terro Victims in India

  • Do you want people who want to advocate splitting of our motherland ?

Prashant Bhushan

Read Who is responsible for Terror Attacks

Abuses by Extremists who are in Govt 

  • Do you want to allow a government which protects political leaders of party’s like MIM abuse Hindu deities and get away with it ? Sample abuse

Akbaruddin

Do you want moderate Muslims and Christian groups to be abused by Muslim extremists.

Asaduddin

  • Do you want the government to be hostage to extremists ? 

Attacks on Temples

  • Do you want all Hindu temples to be taken over / looted by the state governments through Endowment Act and their funds diverted ?
  • Do you want an Islamic university to come at Tirupati, the temple town of Lord Venkateswara ? Read Fact Report

Islamic university

YS Jagan in jail

Humiliation and Murder of Hindu Saints & Attacks on Hindu institutions 

  • Do you want the government to branded “Hindu Terrorists” and subject the Sadhus and Sants  to utmost cruelty and harassment, just for heinous political gains ? Swami Lakshmananda Saraswati’s murderers clearly indicate the nexus of foreign powers and Maoist groups.  Read More

Swami Lakshmananda

  • Can you forget the humiliation meted out to Kanchi Acharyas on Diwali Day ? Lest We Forget?  More recently Mata Amrutanandamayi ashram was also attacked.  Can you allow this sequence of attacks to continue ?
  • Do you want iconic monuments and sacred places of Hinduism such as Ram Sethu, Amarnath etc. be destroyed ?  Do you want a government which submits an affidavit in Supreme Court to declare that Lord Rama is a myth and Ramayana is just a story ? Can the Government dare declare that Jesus is a myth?

Save Rama Sethu

  • Do you want famous temples like the Shiva temple at Chidambaram to be destroyed by anti-Hindu governments ?

Religious Appeasement 

Dr.Manmohan Singh and Sachar

  • Do you want India to be converted into a Christian country as the Pope has ordained ? To read more about New Strategies of Conversion, Click Here Pope on evangelisation
  • Do you want Bharat to be fragmented again on the basis of religion ?
  • Do you accept banning of symbols like tilak and war cry’s of Har-Har Mahadev, Bharat Mata ki Jai by armed forces because it is un-secular ?
  • Do you accept religious reservations in education,  jobs, police and army  ?
  • Do you accept reservations meant for Scheduled castes & ST’s now to be claimed by so-called “Dalit Christians” ?

Humiliation of our Heroes

  • Do you accept patriots like Bhagat Singh and Veer Savarkar to be described as “terrorists” in our school text books ?

Prashant bhushan calling Bhagat Singh a terrorist

  • Do you accept our heroes like Lord Krishna depicted in Government text books as thief and womanizer ?
  • Do you accept books demonizing deities getting official patronage ?

The Hindus protest

In Summary,

Do You Want to Live Like a 3rd Class Citizen in Bharat

If the answer to any of the above questions is YES, then you can vote for Congress and other affiliate parties of the UPA or the “3rd Front ” or the 4th, 5th Front …all of whom are self-declared certifiers of “Secularism” .

Some of the Certificate Issuers of Secularism ! 

Certified secularists

Communalism bigger threat

If your answer is NO and if you want to protect your Dharma, nation and culture, think carefully and vote for the Parties who respect Hindustan and its Sanatana Dharma.

Vote for the Nation !  Forget caste differences. Question all parties and all candidates what they will do to protect our Nation and Dharma .

Many things can be outsourced, not the Security of the nation !

The future of security of our Rashtra is in our hands !

Arise Bharat

Image courtesy: Art of Living

Image courtesy: Art of Living

Sermon on the Streets

The lefties are in general experts in deception. For one, they use disruption and blackmail as replacements to what is required in a civilized society – most significantly truth and transparency in public discourse, stability of state and society, and respect for institutions processes and their proper functioning. The recent phenomenon of AAP is not really different in this matter. Whether it is moralizing to others without having any morality themselves, assuming a pedestal to escape scrutiny, looking for soft targets, immoral use of public emotions, conflating goals with high sounding and vacuous theories, essentially AAP is through and through commie. Their discourse is best described as ‘Sermon on the Streets’ – something meant to catch following with no clue what the following is for.

Main Problem – Lack of Accountability

What Kejriwal demonstrated inside and outside of government is his absolute lack of accountability. When making false allegations, he is not accountable because his goal is not to ‘prove’ – after all his goal is what matters, not his action, and he is not accountable either to society or to state in any matter! He can go blackmailing the society and state with disruption. And worse, he can do that even as CM of a state when his primary responsibility is to ensure no disruption actually happens.

 Given that Kejriwal’s ascent to power happened without a clear majority, his primary role one would expect is to set things right in Delhi before initiating things that require a bigger mandate. Yet he does things entirely opposite, and without showing any consistency or commitment to his responsibilities resorts to blackmail every now and then. He threatens people that if his proposed bill does not get passed through his insisted unconstitutional method, he would resign. In spite of an assurance of support from both opposition and alliance in case he follows the procedure, he does not. He undermines the protocol and Lt Governor and tries to push things in his usual unruly ways. Finally he resigns after making false allegations against other parties.

The brief story of his ascent and resignation only that of his lack of accountability, untrustworthiness and dishonesty. Five year tenure for a government is not laid down for no reason – it is meant to allow the government function, consistently perform its basic duties while taking time for well thought out reforms as needed. Leaving a position within two months is considered unprofessional and unethical even in small time jobs, unless one can demonstrate and indispensable reason. To quit government in less than two months without any compelling reason like sabotage is unforgivable. Kejriwal must know that legislation is a small part of governance – majority of governance involves execution and implementation of what is already legislated. Can the country afford such unreliable leaders to be voted to power? Forget power, can they be trusted to function responsibly even in opposition? In spite of conducting so irresponsibly if they think they can audaciously compete for lok sabha polls, is it bringing down politics or reforming it?

Democracy

The real test of someone’s conformance with an open society democracy is the way they deal with dissent and opposition. The congress has a history of suppressing dissent and opposition for want of truth in their favor – right from illegitimately trying to fix opponents into fake cases and character assassination to banning books. Whether it is the targeting of Savarkar and RSS in 1948 or emergency or the recent bogie of Hindu terror, congress leadership in its socialist friendship conducted itself in the most inimical way to an open society democracy. Communist parties always stood one step ahead of congress in this matter. AAP with its cong-naxal background can therefore not be expected to augur well for any open society democracy.

Legislations are meant to be proposed, presented, reviewed, revised, refined until they are found to be in perfect consonance with existing law and implementable. The purpose of dissent is so thoroughly undermined by Kejriwal that he does not fit into any kind of democracy. It is as if he has the right to dissent with out of power and there can be no dissent when he is in power. Such duplicity is not just his individual trait but of his unfit-for-democracy party.

Here is a compilation on mediacrooks of the way in which the AAP leaders respond to criticism and opposition:

ImageCan any democracy or a civilized society allow such unruly, anti-social and rowdy element to lead it?

This being the fact, the party calling itself a common man party is where the real deception lies. Open society democracy is of the people precisely because it is of the common man – there is nothing more inimical to the interests of the common man than being damaging to democracy and democratic methods.

Anti-Corruption

The anti-corruption movement that was initially started by the nationalists threatened the corrupt and congress because its primary agenda included not just prosecuting scamsters but bringing back the black money from abroad. Right from 2G and coal allocation several scams were exposed and brought into public awareness. Bringing back black money stashed abroad was one of the major demands of the anti-corruption agitators like Ramdev Baba.

Anti-Corruption Achievements of AAP

  1. AAP or its gang did not expose any of the scams or corruption – they happen to be exposed by the nationalists. Kejriwal merely repeated some allegations against Robert Vadra, riding on someone else’s work to gain some public space. Prashant Bhushan tried to hog the limelight for 2G expose he did not do – it was exposed by Pioneer.
  2. Black money issue was completely subverted by friends of congress – black money is not just about fiscal corruption, it is anti-social in many ways and AAP hides this more dangerous aspect, vacuously making noise in the name of corruption, trying to equate pickpocketing to treason.
  3. AAP hijacked the original agenda of anti-corruption, fizzled it out of its spirit and word, reduced it to some farce of a law and then finally aligned with the party that has been looting the country for decades.
  4. Kejriwal made false allegations against Nitin Gadkari and retreated when asked for proof. He called Modi corrupt, which even congress did not dare accuse. So essentially he brought down the movement from its roots in truth to the realm of allegations and mudslinging. This is a bigger sabotage of the otherwise sustained anti-corruption activity in the country.
  5. Kejriwal cynically abused and misused the public sentiment against corruption to malign the BJP while carefully covered up congress in multiple steps.
  6. Not surprisingly for skeptics, the moment AAP got to power there is no talk of congress corruption anymore, Sheila Dixit and other scamsters are no more villains. This deception seems to be lost on many, in the vain hope that Kejriwal needs more time to do things right. However Skeptics cannot ignore the possibility of the cynical way in which sample scapegoats are being kept ready to be sacrificed for elections – while the AAP agenda has nothing that can contain or catch the biggest criminals.

It is not an exaggeration to say Kejriwal was brought to render the anti-corruption agitation harmless for the congress – his achievement is precisely that. Many quickly jump to call this a ‘conspiracy theory’, as though conspiracy needs an evidence. But we have not proceeded from allegation to data – we are proceeding from data to deduction and that leaves no scope for calling this a conspiracy theory or a speculation. Now whether his ‘intentions are good’, whether he meant to fizzle down the movement or did it by mistake is for him to demonstrate, because it is his actions in question ultimately.

What’s with corruption, anyway!

Corruption itself, is one of the several problems – being fiscally non-corrupt is a virtue of many commies of Bengal and Kerala, does that save the destruction they did in these regions? And if one were to bear a sense of proportion, both stagnation and growth of a society involve both corrupt and non-corrupt methods. To disorient the public discourse as though corruption is the only issue and suppressing topics of importance, is in itself deception of people. Look at the way issues of foreign funding or anti-nationals like Prashant Bhushan in the party or Kejriwal’s dubious friends like NAC members, convicted criminals like Binayak Sen become non-issues when in reality they are far more serious problems than corruption.

Who does AAP actually threaten?

India in the days of Russian friendship has seen a dangerous consolidation of communists in politics and academics. Naxalite movements, communist parties and communist influence within congress party rose steeply. While their stranglehold on academics remains, the naxalite movements and communist hegemony was controlled to an extent after the fall of USSR. Maoism, a Chinese gift is still being fought.

The prospects of a party like AAP threatens the revival of India in every way –

  1. Economic revival is threatened with its freebie culture and anti-investment climate they are creating.
  2. Development of the country is threatened by its apathy towards infrastructure and job creation.
  3. Both internal and external security is threatened, with the way the likes of AAP try to weaken the morale of security forces and align openly with naxals and jihadis.
  4. Integrity of the nation is threatened by their antagonism to the core identity of the nation.
  5. Social order and harmony are threatened by their anarchist ways.

Save Congress

It threatens the nation more than anyone and anything. That AAP does not threaten congress, that it is meant to protect congress, that its challenge is to BJP and other nationalists should by now be clear to any observant mind. That a vote for AAP is an indirect vote for congress, is already said by some – but it should be realized that a vote for AAP is a vote against the stability and development of the nation, and an invitation of danger to the nation. Outfits like AAP are floated to cynically exploit anti-incumbency, to curtail the strong anti-congress sentiment from expressing itself in the ballot, which is essentially an antithesis of democracy.

While AAP is the most recent example, the trick that congress uses is not new. Here is the algorithm –

  1. Rise credibility for the person by making him shout against congress misdeeds and corruption
  2. Make him look like a personification of ideals and employ media in his favor
  3. Garner votes in his name and divide anti-incumbency vote
  4. Keep the person and outfit as long as it suits, merge him back when it suits.

PRP and TRS of Andhra Pradesh are precursors of AAP in this matter. It is their success that made congress attempt AAP in Delhi. A partial success of AAP in Delhi was sufficient to prevent a good government – and emboldens them for a bigger bait in loksabha. However their actions and intent are both clear by now, and the common man should by now be seeing through those.

AAP is not the only player in this, though. Third front, a prospective stitch of currently pro-congress parties like the SP and JD, is another similar attempt at dividing anti-congress vote and reinstating congress in power through the back door. The fact that a third front conveniently keeps forming and disintegrating, is itself the evidence. Sometimes it is a left front, sometimes third front, sometimes it is AAP. Goal remains the same – preventing a strong nationalist dispensation by fracturing votes. A strong nationalist dispensation hampers the prospects of petty and selfish politicians and remains their biggest enemy. There is no other reason why these savers of congress, be it AAP or JD or SP should hate BJP or RSS so much.

Destabilizing India – Role of AAP exposed by ex-RAW Official

Below are excerpts from the full article. We recommend reading the full article

But if short of time read on…

Kejriwal not a Bolt from Blue

Kejriwal was far from an unknown commodity to the government when he first infiltrated Ramdev’s movement, then recruited Anna in his Lokpal movement as the leader, and then politically hijacked it. Aruna Roy of the National Advisory Council (NAC) has actually nurtured Kejriwal in his career as a professional activist. There are many conspiracy theories, but it is undeniable that the members of NAC associated with Kejriwal are all left leaning and maoist sympathizers and so was the case with the majority of the close aides of Anna before the split with Kejriwal. Now the maoist sympathizing segment forms part of various AAP advisory committees.

Forces of Destabilization

The two most vicious proxies of external forces of destabilization in India are the Jihadis and the Maoists. The Jihadis are the proxy soldiers of Pakistan who feed on religious fundamentalism. The Maoists are not only proxy soldiers of Chinese interests as is generally understood, they also draw their sustenance from some Missionary organizations and the Western world. In 2008, the killing of social worker Laxminanda Saraswati was allegedly engineered by a certain missionary organizations through Maoists. In March 2012, again in Odisha, two Italian tourists, Bousco Paolo and Claudio Colangelo, in a poorly staged drama got themselves abducted, to be used as bargaining chips for the release of other maoist leaders. Later in April 2012, a group of ten French tourists were deported from Bihar for collusion with the Maoists. In November 2012 an International Conference in ‘Support of Peoples War’ in India was held at Hamburg in Germany and was attended by delegates of more than two dozen countries. Members of the European Commission swooped in on Chhattisgarh to watch the trial of Binayak Sen. It was a blatant insult to India, but such is theblackmail and influence of Western organizations that the Indian establishment did not even whimper.

The congruency of the respective agendas of Jihadis, Maoists and their international  benefactors, has impelled them to collaborate. Elements in the West have been using all  these leverages to destabilize countries to further their strategic and economic interests. The US till very recently supported the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and AlQaeda in Syria (Al Nusra) and Iraq.It has been using ultraleftist groups to destabilize target countries in Latin America and South America.The umbrella organization of ultraleftist groups, ‘International Revolutionary Movement’, is headquartered in Chicago.

The overwhelming presence and influence of maoists and their over- ground activists in Team Anna was palpable. Later these elements drifted to AAP. The US imprint on AAP has  already been discussed. To arrive at a proper assessment it is imperative that the views of AAP on other destabilizing forces like Jihadis, Separatists, Pakistan, Terrorism and Islamic Fundamentalists are also considered.

Members of AAP have never responded to questions on Maoism, Jihadi Terror and Pakistan. Insinuations have been made about their links with jihadi outfits in Pakistan and Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt through fundamentalist groups in India. Arvind Kejriwal in fact took umbrage when queried about his approach on Pakistan and terror. His hostility to the  queries on security of India can be heard by clicking on the link below:

Kejriwal has been hobnobbing with Islamic Fundamentalists to further his political career.  His political transaction with a rabid Islamic Fundamentalist, Tauqeer Raza Khan, Very  recently, a power intoxicated AAP leader Gopal Rai and former leader of the student wing of ‘parliamentary revolutionaries’ a.ka CPI(ML), the All India Students Association (AISA), insulted a former Army Chief. To watch this violent streak in the AAP leader click on the link below:

Former Army Chief insulted by AAP Leader (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nO-tK4Arcnc)

Conclusion

Whatever the actual conduct, at the core of a domestic political party has to be a nationalist ideology, which is accepted or rejected by the people during elections, depending on the manner in which it translates into governance. A political party which does not divulge its  foreign policy and security agenda will obviously raise a lot of questions.

Any political party which relies on the country’s instability for growth is anarchist and it destroys concepts of hard work, production and progress. It creates  cynicism amongst the populace and negates demographic dividends. This is what the inimical forces are doing to India through their proxies which include terrorist outfits, NGOsand political parties. If the agenda of AAP was purely nationalistic it would come clean on where it stands on key issues.

Col. RSN Singh is a former Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) Officer and author of five books including Asian Strategy & Military Perspective, The Military Factor in Pakistan and The Unmaking of Nepal.