Thursday, December 25, 2014

Islamic State (ISIS) arrests Jordanian Pilot of F-16 Jet Fighter

(VOA)




An image from Raqqa Media Center of the Islamic State group, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, shows Islamic State fighters with what is believed to be a captured pilot, center, in a white shirt, in Raqqa, Syria, Dec. 24, 2014.
A captured Royal Jordanian Air Force pilot is the first casualty of the U.S.-led coalition airstrike operation against the hard-line Islamic State group known as ISIS or ISIL.

Islamic State extremists claimed to have shot down the the Jordanian F-16 fighter jet over their Syrian stronghold of Raqaa on Wednesday and to have captured the pilot. But a U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) statement said "evidence clearly indicates that ISIL did not down the aircraft."

The CENTCOM commander, General Lloyd J. Austin III, said, "We strongly condemn the actions of ISIL, which has taken captive the downed pilot. We will support efforts to ensure his safe recovery, and will not tolerate ISIL's attempts to misrepresent or exploit this unfortunate aircraft crash for their own purposes."

U.S. officials said the cause of the crash wasn't known.

However, Jordanian Information Minister Mohammad Momani told al-Arabiya TV that a “missile fired from the ground” caused the plane to go down. He added that “efforts to rescue the pilot were unsuccessful.” He stressed that he hoped “intelligence work would succeed in gaining the pilot's release.”

The militants have shot down Syrian government warplanes and helicopters in the past, in addition to Iraqi government helicopters.

Social media images

News of the capture spread quickly over social media, where images were available of a young man being pulled half naked from water and surrounded by armed men.

The Islamic State claimed the man was the pilot and released pictures that it said showed its fighters holding him. One picture showed the man surrounded by more than a dozen fighters, some of them masked. A photograph of his military identification card was also released.
Arab TV channels said that the pilot was pulled out of the Euphrates River after ejecting.

Relatives, saying they had been notified of the incident by the head of the Jordanian air force, confirmed that the man in the photos was First Lieutenant Mu'ath al- Kasaesbeh, 26. The army separately confirmed his name.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday urged the pilot's Islamic State captors to treat him humanely, his spokesman said.

The secretary-general "calls on his captors to treat the pilot in accordance with international humanitarian law,” spokesman Stephane Dujarric said.
Both the Syrian government and the U.S.-led coalition set up to fight Islamic State regularly bomb Islamic State targets in Raqqa province.

According to the U.S. Department of Defense, up to December 15, partner nations Jordan, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have been responsible for 65 airstrikes in Syria. The United States has conducted 553.

The airstrikes are part of the U.S.-led Operation Inherent Resolve, which aims to defeat the Islamic State, help Iraq defend its borders and prevent another group like ISIS from forming.

Between August 8 and December 14, U.S. and partner nations flew some 12,850 sorties over Iraq and Syria. Only 1,276 of those have resulted in airstrikes. Partner nations are responsible for approximately 14 percent of all strikes across Iraq and Syria.

Search for targets

Air Force Colonel Edward Sholtis told VOA in an email that many of the strikes involve dynamic targeting, "which basically means strike aircraft fly around areas near where enemy forces are operating and look for targets."

Finding, identifying and tracking those targets until approval is received to strike requires specialized equipment and training, so "frequently they do not result in a necessary strike on ISIL forces, equipment or facilities."

Andrew Liepman, a senior policy analyst with the RAND Corporation, said  Washington and its allies are trying at all costs to avoid collateral damage.

"It's a lot harder to identify, to distinguish between the communities and ISIL, so we are being extremely careful, I suspect," Liepman told VOA.

"The tolerance for collateral damage in both Syria and Iraq is really, really low. We do not want to accidentally drop a bomb on the wrong guys," he added. "So that means a lot of planes are coming back to base without having dropped their munitions."

According to the Department of Defense, from December 5 through December 12, airstrikes destroyed some 14 Islamic State fighting units and positions and hit another 15 in Syria, and destroyed four such units and hit another 14 in Iraq.

The airstrikes also destroyed a number of IS-controlled buildings, bunkers, fortifications, guard towers, vehicles, excavators, bulldozers and a front loader.

Liepman says no one should underestimate the value of destroying bulldozers and excavators. "Those things they use for protection, for digging trenches, for threatening villages, for doing lots of things," he said.

$1 billion so far

The total cost of one week of operations: roughly $65 million. Defense officials said the operations have cost more than $1 billion since August 8, when U.S. began its airstrikes. That cost, Liepman said, is easily absorbable.

When asked about how many Islamic State militants had been killed in the campaign, a spokeswoman for Operation Inherent Resolve said it was not clear.

"We are not providing enemy body counts. Any estimate would be speculative and extremely imprecise due to our limited ability to verify such counts," spokeswoman Lieutenant Colonel Peggy Kageleiry said in an email.

The CIA estimates that the Islamic State currently has between 20,000 and 30,000 fighters.

According to IHS Jane's Intelligence Review, there has been "no significant change in the tempo of Islamic State operations since the airstrikes began."  Rather, the group has shown an ability to quickly adapt its tactics and replace senior commanders killed by Iraqi forces and airstrikes.

Although the strikes will limit the militants' mobility, IHS said, those strikes on their own are unlikely to weaken the group's grip over urban areas, and will enable the Islamic State to exploit its "war against Islam" narrative to recruit more fighters.

Karl Mueller, a senior political scientist for RAND, said the fight would be a long one.

"ISIS is a particularly nasty manifestation of a political and ideological movement that's not going to go away just because ISIS is destroyed. So this is a particular fight within this larger arena of the struggle against Islamic extremism," Mueller told VOA.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Bharat Ratna declared for Pundit Madan Mohan Malviya and Atal Bihari Vajpeyee

Today Union government declared Bharat Ratna Award for former Prime Minister and senior BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpeyee and freedom fighter

Pundit Madan Mohan Malviya, 

NDFB killed more than 50 People in Assam

(Agency)

GUWAHATI: National Democratic Front of Boroland (Songbijit faction) militants shot dead at least 48 adivasis, including women and children, at five different places in Assam on Tuesday. Late at night, the Army was called in to maintain law and order in the troubled areas.

Police said the killings started around 5pm at Maitalubasti in Sonitpur district in northern Assam, bordering Arunachal Pradesh and Bhutan. Twenty-three bodies were found in the area that is located inside the Pabhoi reserve forest. Minutes after the attacks at Maitalubasti, the militants shot dead three persons at Pakhriguri village in Kokrajhar district in western Assam, bordering West Bengal, police added. The militants also targeted Ultapani village in Kokrajhar district from where six bodies were found.

Two more villages were attacked in Sonitpur district. Ten people were found dead at Phulbari and six at Batasipur. All the five places fall under the jurisdiction of the Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Districts (BTAD). Most of the adivasis living in the region are from Chhotanagpur Plateau and central India.

Additional DGP (special branch, Assam Police) Pallab Bhattacharya said, "We are still trying to ascertain the number of casualties. The places where the killings took place are remote and close to the Bhutan border," he added.

On Monday, the NDFB (Songbijit faction) had warned the government of retaliatory attacks if the security forces did not stop operations against its men. Bhattacharya said, "We had information that the outfit would carry out retaliatory attacks but it was difficult to pinpoint the locations."

"The NDFB (Songbijit faction) might have targeted the adivasis suspecting them of passing on information about its cadre to police," a source said. "We had information that the outfit Songbijit faction of NDFB) would carry out retaliatory attacks but it was difficult to pinpoint the locations," additional DGP (special branch, Assam Police) Pallab Bhattacharya said

The five attacks came less than three hours after chief minister Tarun Gogoi said his government would go ahead with counter-insurgency operations despite threats from the NDFB (Songbijit faction).

On Sunday, the outfit had lost two of its men during a joint operation by police and Army personnel inside the Chirang reserve forest near the Bhutan border. The security personnel had also seized a huge cache of arms and ammunition from the militants. Tuesday's attacks came amid preparations for Christmas. A majority of Bodo militants as well as adivasis are Christians. 

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Narayan Rane's heir apparent advocates Religious conversions


https://twitter.com/NileshRane99/status/544721660104826880

BJP MLA Raises ‘Love Jihad’ And conversion of 5000 Hindu girls to Islam which sold in Gulf

(Agency)

Nagpur: In yet another controversial remark, BJP MLA Mangal Prabhat Lodha has claimed that Hindu girls in the state are being converted to Islam through ‘Love jihad’ and sold off in Gulf countries.
Speaking during a debate in the Maharashtra assembly here on Monday, he demanded also forming committees to check such instances in the state.


Mangal Prabhat Lodha ( DNA Photo)
Incidentally, Lodha had last week raised the issue of loud speakers atop the Mosques and demanded declaring these as illegal and to take strict measures for controlling the volumes of Azan coming from mosques.
Monday, the first day of second week of the winter session took off with the assembly continuing discussion on the motion of thanks on Governor C Vidyasagar’s address.
Lodha expressed concern over the conversion of Hindu girls in the state and called these instances to be occurrences of ‘Love Jihad’. He alleged that in last five years, nearly 5000 Hindu girls from Aurangabad, Malegaon and Mumbai have been sold off in the Gulf countries after they were converted to Islam.
“There should be one committee for each district that should work in cooperation with local police and people, and it may strictly check occurrences of ‘Love Jihad’ in their respective areas,” Lodha suggested.
Muslim MLAs Asif Shaikh (INC) and Abu Asim Azmi (SP) reacted furiously to Lodha’s statements and said that at a time when instances of forced conversion of Muslims and Christians is taking place, Lodha is trying to mislead the assembly by presenting misinformation that he has no evidence for.
Azmi said, “Everyone knows what has happened in Agra recently where numbers of Muslims were forcefully converted. You (Lodha) are misleading the assembly with untrue facts”.
Speaker Haribhau Bagade did not allow continuing the discussion on the topic and said Agra incidence cannot be linked with Maharashtra and that “we will investigate pertaining to our state to verify truth in Lodha’s allegations.”

82% People killed in terrorist attacks are from Muslim countries like Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria and Syria

(IE)





The second edition of the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2014 report shows that 82% of people killed in terrorist attacks were from five countries: Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria and Syria. The GTI is quantified by Institute of Economics and Peace (IEP) for the years 2000 to 2014, based on submitted data. According to the report, the number of people killed due to terrorist activities has increased by five times in the last 14 years. There has been a moderate decrease in the terrorists' deaths from the year 2007 onwards. "In 2013 terrorist activity increased substantially with the total number of deaths rising from 11,133 in 2012 to 17,958 in 2013, a 61 per cent increase" the report said. The report states that major jump in terrorist activity coincides with the 2011 Syrian civil war. Another significant data shows that terrorism in the name of religion has increased dramatically in the last 14 years. "Prior to 2000, nationalist separatist agendas were the biggest drivers of terrorist organizations" the report states. ISIL, Boko Haram, Tehreek-e-Taliban and Al-Qaeda with their allies have claimed responsibility for 66% of deaths from terrorist attacks in 2013. "Variations of religious ideologies based on extreme interpretations of Wahhabi Islam are the key commonality for all four groups; however their strategic goals are not necessarily the same" The IEP report released on September 2014 identifies 13 other countries at risk from terrorist activity, such as Angola, Bangladesh, Burundi, Central African Republic, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Iran, Israel, Mali, Mexico, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Uganda. TERRORISM IN INDIA: India ranks 6, accounting for 2.2 percent of global terrorism deaths in the world, still holding a significant impact of terrorism. There has been a 70% increase in attacks from 2012 to 2013 with deaths rising from 238 to 404. The communist terror outfits are the most frequent perpetrators of attacks in the country. Three Maoist groups claimed responsibility for 192 deaths in 2013. The dispute between Pakistan over Jammu & Kashmir has also been the major source of terrorism. Most of them are armed assaults targeting police and citizens. India faces a bigger threat, where the Al-Qaeda announced a branch in September this year aiming to unite the existing Islamist groups.










Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Swiss citizen absolved from case related to Maoist activist Sinoj

Kochi: The Kerala High Court has dismissed a case against a Swiss citizen Jonathan Baud detained after participating in a function to commemorate a Maoist leader at Valappad in Thrissur district of Kerala and pave the way for his return to Switzerland.

Admitting a petition by 24-year old Baud, Justice P Ubaid commented that the continuation of the case against him is a crass abuse of judicial process.

The court ordered the authorities to take immediate steps to help the petitioner’s return to his country.

The Judge said there was no such condition in the visa of Baud that prohibits him attending any congregation. He had took part in a function organized on July 28. Baud asserted that he had not committed any sort of crime as claimed by police.

He was booked for his alleged violation of conditions of visa. According to the petitioner, he was doing Masters level economics course in University of Geneva and was interested in history and economics besides being an avid reader. The petitioner contended that he was the only foreigner to have watched the meeting at Kodungallur.

The representatives, details of whom he was not aware of, enquired about his identity and he informed that he was on a visit to the country. This incident was ‘twisted’ by the investigating authority leading to the registration of crime under Sec 14 (b) of the Foreigners Act, he stated.

According to police, Baud, who arrived in Kerala on a tourist visa, attended the meeting organised in memory of Sinoj, a Maoist activist from the state, who was killed while making country bombs in Andhra Pradesh-Karnataka border.

Monday, December 1, 2014

ISIS kidnaps girl Gill Rosenberg-Canadian-Israeli, former IDF soldier who went to fight with the Kurds against ISIS


ISIS kidnaps Canadian-Israeli, former IDF soldier who went to fight with the Kurds. " The Canadian- Israeli woman who joined the ranks of Kurdish fighters battling Islamic State earlier this month has been kidnapped by the organization that she went to fight, Channel Two reported on Sunday citing Syrian jihadi websites. Gill Rosenberg, 31, from Tel Aviv, said in an interview with Israel Radio earlier this month she had decided to join the fighters for humanitarian and ideological reasons and “because they are our brothers” who are fighting the evil of Islamic State. On her Facebook page she posted several pictures, including of Tel Aviv and the Old City in Jerusalem, that she took prior to leaving for Kurdish Iraq and Syria."

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Arif Majeed, Kalyan based Engineer returned India abandoning ISIS

Arif Majeed, a 23 year old civil engineering student from Kalyan near Mumabi who left Maharashtra about five months ago to involve in Sunni Islamic terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq, returned India on Friday. Intelligence agencies quickly took him to custody for interrogation, as agencies wants to find out the source of contact and indoctrination the youth, which allure him to fight in Iraq. If agencies could successfully crack the information, there will series of actions and arrests in India, who are recruiting fighters for ISIS from India.
    Areef Majeed  has sustained severe injuries during American airstrikes on ISIS and since then he had been removed from battlefield to take medical treatment. Later he fled the war zone and managed to escape to India.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

British-Indian Siddharth Dhar alis Abu Rumaysah fled Syria to join ISIS




   Indian origin British citizen and staunch follower of British Radical Muslim preacher Siddharth Dhar who converted to Islam to become Abu Rumaysah has fled to Syria to become ISIS fighter through Paris. Immediately after reaching Syria he has posted his photograph on 
News
Siddharth Dhar alis Abu Rumaysah
Courtesy:-Dailymail
Twitter totting assault rifle and his newborn baby, ridiculing British security and intelligence apparatus for letting him flee Britain and travelling to Islamic State territory.
Siddhartha  Dhar, circled, disappeared only 24 hours after being released on police bail, the follower of Anjem Choudary, centre, took a coach to Paris with his family before travelling on to Syria
Abu Rumaysah enircled
Courtesy:-Dailymail
   He fled with his pregnant wife and four children and his wife delivered 5th child after reaching Syria. He was detained by British agencies for spreading Jihad in Britain with 9 others and later released on bail only to reappear in December. But he gave a slip to agencies by fleeing just within 24 hours of his release.
Dhar was among  nine men including Choudary, right, held and questioned by police in September 
British Islamic Radical Anjem Choudhury
Courtsey:-Dailymail
   His outspoken announcement after arriving in Syria has made British and other European agencies concern for growing threat of home grown Radical Islam in Europe. As the aggressive option of ISIS is available now, the more cases of such type may be evident in near future in Europe, which may create new headache for European agencies.







Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Exploits of NSA Ajit Doval-India's Legendary Spy Master

Here is something to cheer you up - India's current National Security adviser- Ajit Kumar Doval was undercover in Pakistan for 7 years . I am posting a complete detail of this man's exploits , you could just proceed to the Pakistan section for your answer.
For a long time I had wondered if the spies we know from novels and movies exist in the real world and if India had any such legendary spies. I was overjoyed to find the man i was looking for and it made me even more happy to know that he is an Indian.

Ajit Kumar Doval , an IPS officer who rose on to become the Intelligence Bureau director and now is India's National Security Advisor. He is the first cop to get the gallantry award Kirti Chakra which was till then reserved for the Army.But, it is not these designations that make him extraordinary, its the work this man has accomplished.
*Mission Zone: North-East
He went undercover and won over 6 out of 7 commanders of the Mizo National Army thereby quenching the Mizo insurgency.
His next assignment was Sikkim , the specific details of the covert work done there are not available but it is to his credit the merger of Sikkim with India is credited. It is interesting to note that he was undercover during this period and spent a long time in the Chinese territory.

*Mission Zone : Kashmir
He was able to turn militants and persuade them to assist Indian forces against the terrorists. Kuka Parray is a notable example . Kuka Parray was a kashmiri folk singer who was disgruntled with the Indian
administration and supported the terrorists but Doval was able to persuade him to instead assist in counter insurgency and thus a great source of insider information about the terrorist strategies became available to the Indian forces via Parray which helped to diffuse the militant movement and eventually led to elections in the state. (Sadly, Kuka Parray who became a MLA was later assassinated by the militants).

These 2 missions bring out Doval's charisma and his ability to turn people to his side ! (On Youtube many of Doval's talks are present and indeed you just want to keep listening to him) Yes, he is a great talker and charming in his own way but still he is more of a Poirot than a Sherlock... more of a Father Brown than a James Bond.

*Mission Zone : Pakistan
He was undercover in Pakistan for 7 years!! He sent vital information regarding their Nuclear development. This is all that is known about his work in Pakistan, other details remain classified.
Doval sharing a incident while he was in Pakistan. For Non -Hindi speakers I am giving a rough translation of what he told in first person but it is only a approximate translation and of course lacks the charisma of the man telling it himself- " When in Pakistan , I happened to go to a Dargah since i was supposed to be a Muslim man. There, in front of the Dargah i saw a man with a long white beard who called me and asked me whether i was a Hindu? I said it was not true . He asked me to follow him and took me through some lanes to a nearby house . He closed the room and told me i was a Hindu since he had seen a hole in my ear ( In some Hindu traditions , both boys and girls have their ears pierced at birth) . I told him I used to be a Hindu but I had converted but he insisted I was still a Hindu . Further, he said that he could observe all this because he himself was a Hindu and showed me Durga and Shiva idols in his almirah. His family has been killed off and he had since been living in disguise. He said he felt happy when ever he could meet another Hindu. This incident was very unique for me." )
*Mission Zone : Golden Temple, Amritsar
This might as well be a scene from a movie. It was the late 1980's and the Golden temple, the holiest shrine of the Sikhs had been captured by pro- Khalistani Militants. The Army was in a dilemma . Besides the moral crisis of storming the holy place was the strategical flaw of not
knowing the enemy number, positions or strength who were holed up inside the temple.
At this stage entered a vendor who loitered around for some days outside the temple complex. At the backdrop of the tense situation , an outsider who nobody had seen before moving around was sure to attract notice but the truth was he was deliberately playing out a suspicious character to get the attention of the militants . Soon , he was taken inside by the fanatics. He revealed himself to be an ISI agent who had come to help them against their fight against the Indian government . The terrorists were bought the tale .( Convincing terrorists? Now, Who does that but the one and only Ajit Doval) Soon he had access to the entire complex. The militants Zealously
showed him around and told him about the arrangements they had made for the fighting. Doval thus obtained and revealed enemy statistics to the Army which then successfully carried out "Operation Blackthunder". And Mr Doval was even present at the premises during the fighting !
No wonder, the government had to break all protocol to give him the Kirti Chakra despite him not being an army man. The reason i love Doval is not just because he is honest or patriotic or can convince people but because he has guts. Sadly the Congress govt. came to power and for 10 years Doval was out of mainstream work but he got busy creating and running the Vivekananda International Foundation- a institute for national renaissance. Even in his retirement , he was involved in a mission to catch Dawood Ibrahim( Botched up by Mumbai cops/lack of coordination/Dawood's paid men inside the department.)
In 2014, he successfully brought back nurses kidnapped by ISIS militants in Iraq ( Negotiating with terrorists must be his hobby.) He has been involved in all negotiations with plane hijackers during his career span(including Kandahar).
Fortunately, the BJP Government came to power in 2014 and gave this man what he deserves - The spy master is now the National Security Adviser .
The game is on ...

Friday, November 21, 2014

European Muslims Speedily Converting to Christianity

(TOI)


BRUSSELS: A number of Muslims in Europe are publicly abandoning their religion to become Christians or agnostics despite their former community's taboo against such acts.

In France, the film "The Apostle" by filmmaker Cheyenne Carron has meanwhile lifted the veil on "apostasy" by telling the story of a young Muslim who converted to Catholicism and how he had trouble getting family and friends to accept his choice.

"It is time for us to stop hiding," said Pastor Said Oujibou, 46, who left radical Islam for evangelical protestantism and who is among the few converts to have publicized his decision in France.

He said he is "tolerated" by his former co-religionists, even if he admits to having sparked "sarcasm and annoyance" from them.
But he warned against the "double talk" that certain branches of Islam in France close to the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists use toward apostate Muslims.

"Apostasy is a taboo in Muslim culture and if the text of the Quran does not provide for any punishment, prophetic tradition calls for killing apostates," said Radouane Attiya, a former preacher trained in Saudi Arabia who is now a specialist on Islam at Liege University in Belgium.

Specialists said that more people become Muslim in Europe than leave the faith but Muslims converting to Christianity, especially evangelical protestantism, are on the rise, according to Oujibou.

Evangelicals seek to proselytise in working class and immigrant neighbourhoods where there are many Muslims.

"In Europe, as in Arab countries, there is a rampant atheism gaining ground. But what is new is the search for visibility," Attiya said.

He said "Islamic radicalism, world jihadism are contributing to the emergence of a reverse radicalism."
Ahmed, a Belgian engineer in his forties, abandoned Islam because he said he rejected the "total control" his former religion has over people's lives.

Ahmed spoke only on condition of anonymity and said he was also "fed up with the omnipresence of fundamentalists," and what he called "the hypocrisy of Islam."

He joined a group that fights Muslim "indoctrination," one that has around ten members, "very little financial means" and a website publicising the books of Robert Spencer, an American anti-Muslim blogger who has been accused of racism and incitement to hatred.

Similar organisations have existed for several years in Britain and Germany, made up of Iranian exiles.

In September, the Central Council of Ex-Muslims in Germany called for a protest against a handful of Salafists who proclaimed themselves "police of the Sharia," Islamic law, in the western city of Wuppertal.

"It's true," Ahmed said, "that somehow we join the extreme right, but Islam is also the extreme right. It's up to us to clean house."

Imtiaz Shams, 25, who comes from what he calls a "very conservative" Muslim family in London, may not be an activist like Ahmed.

But he renounced his faith before his family two years ago and joined an "underground community" for former Muslims that now numbers around 300 people in London.

"We do weekly meet-ups, we take care of each other. This is not even the tip of the iceberg. It's a couple of ice cubes on top of the iceberg," Shams said.

"We don't really fit in with the activist ex-Muslim stuff. It's more personal," he said.

He said it is very difficult for Muslims to "come out" before their families.

"People feel hurt, because they feel like you are rejecting something, almost spitting in their face even if you have respect for their faith," he said.

For his mother, it's also "the fear that my child is going to hell." He estimated that there may be around 10,000 agnostics among London's Muslim community of 600,000.






Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Assam Government Pointing Fingers At Radical Muslim Leaders From Bengal For Terror Network

   The Assam government led by Tarun Gogoi finally dared to speak the truth regarding ever blooming jihadi network in the state under the umbrella organization of Jamat-Ul-mujahidin-Bangladesh. In a status report submitted to Union Home ministry, Assam government has clearly held Bengal radical Muslim clerics responsible for spurt in jihadi activities in the state of Assam.
   After revelation of the bomb factory and accidental blast at the Burdwan in West Bengal, central security and intelligence agencies are mounting tremendous pressure in Assam and Bengal government to seriously act and punish terror slipper cells having firm roots in Bangladesh, where Bangladesh government has cracked the whip on JMB network forcing it to flee the country to take shelter in fertile West Bengal and Assam, where there is huge population of Bangladeshi Muslims.
   The Assam government is not gently throwing the ball in Bengal's court, but in due course it has led the trap which may found itself trapped in it.
   

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Only 6 Jewish companies are controlling 90% of the world media

( URDU Daily Hindustan Express)



    Few days ago, a survey published on the topic, “Who owns the world media?” In which the details are made available regarding the companies and its owners who own the media. The details in the report are shocking. In which news channels, TV channels, newspapers and international media is included, the 90% of the owners are Jews and these sources provides the world with information. In this report there is reference of American media, but these 6 companies are controlling the whole world media. These companies decided what should be stand of world media. And the whole world media treads the path decided by this. Very disturbing facts came to fore in this report, the world’s biggest media company is Walt Disney, who owns America’s biggest production house. Company has 7 biggest newspapers, 3 big magazines and biggest cable network with 14 million consumers. Second big company is Time Warners whose ownership is which HBO, who has biggest pay TV network, Which also owns America’s most selling Time magazine. This company is also owned by Jews. Third company is Y-Com. Paramount Pictures and M-TV is its property. These guys are not only controlling the media but also changing the mentality of the people. In the form of children’s cartoon channels, they have silently entered every household. Children, adults and women, everyone is trapped by them. They no need to compete with anyone anymore. Fourth company is News Corporation, which own Fox TV channel. It forces it opinion on its viewers. Dream Works Company shows Jewish views to its viewers. An American Film producer Mel Gibson has recently produced the film called ‘Passion of the Christ’ in which he had tried to show the mirror to Jews, Jews launched the campaign against the film, and now it has disappeared from the screen. The situation of the print media is that 90% American newspapers are run by Jews. In USA 6 crore newspapers are sold daily, in which 75% share is of Jews. According to report, America’s 3 big newspapers, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post are owned by Jews. Instead of this Time Magazine and News Week also owned these guys. Thus these fellows exert their influence on the whole world media. What is left in the hands of Muslim world to check this? When the situation is that Muslims possess manifold more wealth than Jews, Muslim rich people, wastes the wealth in extravagant life style, to fight each other and to insult each other. World’s tallest Clock towers, Middle East’s biggest Hotel is in Saudi Arab, tallest building Burz Khalifa is in Dubai, and the 7kms longest shopping mall is being constructed here. They are spending billions of dollars to destroy their unfavorable neighbors. Wealth is being spoiled on unnecessary things. And on the other hand a community of handful of people is busy day and night to achieve its goal. The condition of Indian media is in front of us. The media here is also working on guidelines set by Jewish media, these are their role models. Their source of inspiration is also Jewish media, and we are hoping from them they will cater us the news based on facts, such thinking is not less than foolishness. The biggest question is that, when these people will open their eyes who are chanting the stories of Jewish conspiracy day and night? Opponents are using all resources to execute their goals and those who are confronting them are just spoiling their precious time in repeating the stories of Jewish conspiracy.

PM Modi's Ignorance to Media lefts Shobha De Uneasy and Agitated

(TOI)



Keep them hungry. Keep them guessing. Starve the media.Throw them crumbs. Make them beg. Narendra Modi and his strategists are on top of the game. And it is becoming a bit much! Not since the infamous Emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi in 1975 has Indian media been reduced to this pathetic level of redundancy, meekly reproducing press handouts and forgetting all about critical analysis. Modi has established a new set of ground rules for any sort of media engagement. And those are pretty simple — it’s his way or the highway. And so far, Modi is in the driver’s seat.
When and how did this terrible fall take place? Was it cold-bloodedly planned? Or does desi media itself have a death wish? Lots has been made of the Diwali Milan in Delhi during which several mighty journalists fell over themselves to click selfies with the PM. I won’t really read too much into that — this is the age of the selfie. Everybody but everybody wants to click one — even President Obama. Hell, I tried it (unsuccessfully, I might add) with Narendra Modi myself at Nita Ambani’s Mumbai event, where top Bollywood stars were falling over backwards to do the same. Selfies are addictive. It’s the irresistible childish thrill of capturing an image of yourself capturing an image of yourself with a famousnotorious person and sharing gloating later. Selfies, per se, are pretty harmless and don’t mean a thing. Not even those taken with the PM. The media surrender I am referring to is far more insidious and goes well beyond jostling for space next to one of the most-watched individuals on earth right now.
The real worry about media’s dramatic descent is the spectacular absence of any dissent. Why are seasoned journalists suddenly shying away from analyzing the political scenario, adopting the same stringent critical standards they once adhered to?
What is everybody afraid of ? Retribution? Of what kind? Could it also be true that the established media class representing an earlier era (which had benefited so richly from government largesse in the past) has taken the softer option and decided to play ball with Modi?
Love fests between journos and politicians are doomed affairs, as so many scribes discover to their chagrin once the cosy relationship curdles. So long as one feeds off the other, the equilibrium is main tained, albeit uneasily . The trouble starts when a new set of powerbrokers emerges almost overnight and challenges the old status quo. That seems to be the case with Modi and the press right now.
It’s time for journalists themselves to do some serious mann ki baat. Have we brought this on our selves? Even if that is the case, why are we putting up with ill-treatment and open contempt? Which is the best way to regain lost ground…some self-re spect, for God’s sake? It’s definitely not through sucking up to Modi and his A-team. Chamchagiri has its pitfalls and chamchas invariably come to grief in the long run. Every shrewd politician knows that. The old practice of cultivating and ‘paalo-ing’ sympathetic

friendly journalists is long over. We live in social media times, where it’s a sav age free-for-all. Nothing and no one is `untouchable’. There are no sacred cows left. You give as good as you get, and only the toughest survive.
Modi prefers to control and calibrate media interactions what is euphemistically called `managing the fourth estate’. For him it has always been a one-way street. His message to the media is direct and simple: Get lost! He has proved he doesn’t need tra ditional media by going all out to conquer new media. He was the first desi politician to under stand the awesome power of public opinion as expressed through user-friendly platforms like Twitter and FB. He har nessed and exploited the incred ible potential of all available electronic media to kickstart his campaign, construct his global image and win that unbelievable mandate during the last gen eral elections. Having tasted victory , he is con vinced there is absolutely no need to woo the press. And he is absolutely right! But does that mean the press also stops doing its assigned job? Gets seamlessly co-opted? Kowtows to officialdom? Pounces greedily on morsels of monitored information thrown its way? If we carry on like Modi slaves much longer, the day won’t be far before we give up all claims to credible, truth ful, hard-hitting journalism and turn ourselves into performing monkeys, happy to dance to Modi’s dumroo. What a sad day that will be for India! Narendra Modi has made chutney of the media in India. Ramnath Goenka and others who walked tall while the rest crawled in 1977 -where are you when we need you the most?

Mamta Banerjee Drops at L.K.Advani's residence-Sparks Speculations

 On Monday West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee  met BJP veteranL K Advani for the first time after Loksabha Elections 2014 and after Narendra Modi becoming prime minister of India.

 It sparked speculations regarding Mamta's stance at a time when she is under scathing attack from the Bengal BJP Unit after the Saradha Chit Fund scam and the Burdwan blasts. She publicly visited to see Advani’s sick wife Kamala.

 Bengal BJP leader Sidharth Nath Singh, quoted saying there is no political meaning of this visit.
Banerjee was a NDA member, and had served as a Union minister, holding different portfolios, during former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s regime, but resigned after
the 2002 Gujarat riots.

Banerjee’s attempt to endear herself to isolated Advani after a prolonged gap is not new. BJP leaders recalled that after the surprise defeat of the Vajpayee-led NDA in 2004, she had called up Advani, who was brought back to head the demolarised BJP, describing him as a “gentleman”, ignoring her party, which wanted to maintain its distance from the Hindutva party.

Banerjee was in the national capital to attend a function organised by Congress to commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of country’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

The Congress' invitation to parties ideologically opposed to the BJP, including the Trinamool, JD(U) and the Left, is being viewed as realignment of political forces to counter Brand Modi.

Banerjee is said to be open to joining a secular front to confront the growing footprints of the BJP in the West Bengal. To convey that Bengal is important in his party’s scheme of things, Modi has inducted singer-turned-MP Babul Supriyo into his council of ministers.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Bajrang Dal Bandh in Assam to Protest AUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal's Jihadi Nexus



GUWAHATI: Normal life was on Friday partially hit in Assam during a 12-hour state-wide bandh called by Bajrang Dal.

Around 1569 Bajrang Dal supporters were arrested from all over the state for allegedly trying to damage property during the bandh, police officers said.

Guwahati Senior Superintendent of Police Anand Prakash Tiwari told that 18 Bajrang Dal supporters were arrested from the city for trying to forcefully implement the bandh, which has been called to protest the alleged links between AIUDF and jihadis in Bangladesh.
He said bandh supporters tried to obstruct traffic at many places by burning tyres but police cleared them immediately and picked up the activists.

The BJP state unit has also extended its support to the bandh.

At Rangia in Kamrup district, 40 Bajrang Dal activists were arrested when they tried to stop railway workers from joining duty in the morning.

A senior police official said the Bajrang Dal supporters also attempted to block the Indo-Bhutan road at Sitara by allegedly burning tyres but they were arrested and the route was cleared.

The police resorted to mild lathicharge on protesters when they tried to block traffic and forcefully close some shops at Tezpur in Sonitpur district, a police officer said.

"Over 10 activists have been picked up," he said.

Although many business establishments were closed, government offices remained open in the capital city.
Fewer vehicles were on the roads.

Patrolling has been enhanced and additional security personnel posted in vulnerable areas.

Meanwhile, AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal has denied the media report on the alleged link and termed it as "false, baseless and politically motivated."

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Urdu Paper Cartoon on Devendra Fadanvis Selection as Maharashtra CM



राजनाथ सिंह :- मिलिए महाराष्ट्र के नए मुख्यमंत्री से...
(फडनवीस ने लगाया मोदी का चेहरा...)

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Mamta Bannerjee's New Approach To Modi's Make in India Scheme


(NitiCentral)

Mamata Bannerjee's have developed new approach in Narendra Modi's Make In India slogan. The Niti Central Cartoon.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Ajit Doval at BUrdwan Blast Site

(Agency)


National Security Adviser Ajit Doval on Monday visited West Bengal's Burdwan district where two suspected Bangladeshi militants were killed in a blast October 2.

The explosion, in which militant outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) is involved, occurred in a rented house in Khagragarh in Burdwan. The incident is being probed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Doval, accompanied by National Security Guard (NSG) chief JN Choudhury, NIA director general Sharad Kumar and Intelligence Bureau (IB) chief Asif Ibrahim, reached Khagragarh and inspected the blast site.

Doval later in the day is slated to meet chief minister Mamata Banerjee.

With NIA completing its initial probe into the incident, Kumar October 24 inspected the blast site and visited Beldanga in Murshidabad district, where one of the dead militants had a rented accommodation.

Six people, including two women, have been arrested.

The NIA is also mulling announcing cash rewards for any information leading to the arrest of the absconding accused which include JMB members from Bangladesh.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Bengali Muslim Youth Attempts to Set Syed Ahmed Bukhari ablaze at Jama Masjid

(PTI)


An attempt was made Sunday evening to set the Imam of Jama Masjid on fire but his security staff thwarted the attack.
A man breached at least 10 rows of praying Muslims to throw kerosene on Syed Ahmed Bukhari, but was stopped before he could use the lighter on him, said the Imam’s family.
Tariq Bukhari, the Imam’s brother, said the motive behind the attack was not yet clear, “though the attacker knew when the security around the Imam is weakest, and intended to kill him”. “His security is always a concern. Namaz is the time when the Imam is without security and among people. The attack happened when the Imam and other namazis were in sajda position (prostration),” Tariq Bukhari said.
He said the attacker was not a regular namazi and has not been seen at Jama Masjid before. The police later identified the attacker as 32-year-old Kamaluddin, a resident of 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, and said a bottle of kerosene was found on the scene. A probe is on into his motive.
Deepak Mishra, special commissioner for law and order said, “We have arrested him and a case has been registered against him. The investigation to ascertain why he did that is on. The Imam escaped unhurt,” said.
The Imam’s son and successor Shaban Bukhari said the attacker was immediately controlled by the security personnel. “A lighter was found on him. The Imam was immediately taken to safety and the area was cordoned off.”

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Indian Judges are Not Free from corruption-Goa CM Manohar Parrikar


"There was an instance where Rs 15 lakh which were supposed to be paid to one of the Judge, was accidentally sent to another Judge, exposing the entire incident. "The Judge at whose residence the money landed was having high esteem. That is why the entire issue was exposed. Why was the money sent? Doesn’t this speak of corruption? "The Court can decide but it cannot create a law. The court cannot form a new law but unfortunately these days we have seen that several times the court interprets the law in their own way and try to create their law. Courts are trying to create laws for their own gain"- CM Manohar Parrikar.
Margao-Goa: Coming down heavily on the most sensitive pillar of democracy, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar alleged that the Indian judiciary is not free from corruption and it is important that judiciary be made accountable. “If you think that there is no corruption in the judiciary than you are under wrong impression. No one talks about judiciary because of contempt of the court,” Parrikar told the State Legislative Assembly today, during the day-long session held to ratify the National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill (NJACB), 2014 brought through 121st amendment to the Constitution of India.

The House ratified the amendment to the Constitution with both ruling and opposition MLA’s supporting the NJACB. Independent MLA Vijay Sardesai raised his objection to passing of Bill. The bill seeks to replace the collegium system in the selection process and give the executive an equal role in judicial appointments through a Commission. Being a Constitutional Bill it has to go through the motion of seeking consent of at lest 50 percent States before getting the President’s assent. The Chief Minister cited that there was an instance where Rs 15 lakh which were supposed to be paid to one of the Judge, was accidentally sent to another Judge, exposing the entire incident. “The Judge at whose residence the money landed was having high esteem. That is why the entire issue was exposed. Why was the money sent? Doesn’t this speak of corruption?” Parrikar said.
In his nearly half an hour speech, Chief Minister lashed out at the judiciary stating that some of the judges were trying to create their own laws by interpreting the existing legislation. "The Court can decide but it cannot create a law. The court cannot form a new law but unfortunately these days we have seen that several times the court interprets the law in their own way and try to create their law,” he said.  The Chief Minister pointed out that in case of judgment delivered by the Supreme Court in connection with the illegal mining in Goa and Orissa, different parameters are adopted. “In the Goa case judgment the court speaks of inter generational equity. But it is applicable only to Goa and not for the rest of the country?” he questioned, adding that inter generational equity argument was not included in case of Orissa.
He said that unlike other pillars of democracy- the Legislature, Executive and Press, who are accountable to the people, the judiciary is not. “We (legislators) are accountable to the people through election. Politicians need to be the most accountable. If a politician is not accountable than he is thrown out of power,” he added. He inferred that Judges on the other hand were not only accountable but had absolute power and “absolute power corrupts absolutely,” he said. He said that in last few years the appointment of judges was shrouded in secrecy. He also pointed out how the judiciary takes a call in case of appointments, promotions, transfers and salary grade and are not accountable for it.
Supporting the proposed six-member judicial commission, which will be set up through this bill, Parrikar tried to set aside speculation of political interference in the appointment claiming that the “judiciary will have more roles to play in the commission, than politicians.” The commission is headed by Chief Justice of India, with two members from Supreme Court, Union Law Minister as on member and two more eminent members, selected by a committee of three-Prime Minister, Leader of Opposition and Chief Justice.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Shambhudhan Phunglosa- A Freedom Fighter From Assam

Shambhudhan Phunglosa


Shambhudhan Phunglosa,Freedom Fighter From Assam

Shambhudhan Phunglosa was born at dawn on 12th March’ 1850, on the Phalgoona

Purnima of Indian almanac, in the tiny village of Lonkor, near the ancient temple of

Goddess Ranachandi of the Dimasa Kachari Kings at Maibang in the Dima Hasao. His

father was Depronao Phonglo and mother Kasaidi Phonglo, who had five sons namely

Sombhudhan, Umakant, Ramakant, Ramcharan, alies Ramen and Haisholong. Amongst

them Sombhudhan was the eldest and Haisholong was the youngest. He spent his

childhood at Longkhor. His parent was shifted to Gungjung in 1860 (aprox) and then

again shifted to Saupra, a small village near Nanadisa. His parents again left this village

and went to Semdikhor (Present Dihorphonglo village near Dautohaja Rail Station).

While he was there at Semdikhor, he got married to Nasadi, daughter of Santudao

Naiding, the village head. Sombhudhan dug a well there nearby the Moti-Nala, which

name is presently identified as Sombhudhan ni Dikhor. History of Kachari Kingdom by

Sombhudhan was a devotee of Sivarai, in fact, he was found much inclined to lord

Siva since his childhood. He professed that Siva should be adored as the root of the

Three Clauses viz. creation, preservation and destruction.

Every day, he used to worship to the Lord Siva and meditate at a place named

Gragong, sitting (padmasana) on a large rock in the river of Diyung. Every day,

after returning home, he attended a large number of people who came to meet him.

Surprisingly he grasped indigenous knowledge on ethno medicine to cure many

diseases and ailments. He appointed Desain Kemprai for assisting him in collecting

herbs, shrubs from jungle which can be used as medicines. He cultivated the wild plant

in his village and kept them in the form of herbarium and stored them for future used. His

name and fame spread and people from many corners came to him with many hopes.

People look upon him as theosophist and curer of ills. (Oral note of Gumidon Kemprai in

2006 of Longma near Haflong.)

Revolt against whites (British):

The British annexed Southern part of Dimaraji i.e Dimasa-Kachari Kingdom of

Cachar in 1832. But the hills Division of Dimaraji, comprising the north of Cachar,

Dayung Valley, Khopili Valley and Dhansiri Valley including the ancient capital Dimapur,

“the Brick City” of Dimasa- Kachari Kingdom(1015-1535 A.D) was retained and held

by Tularam, the General of the King of Cachar. But after the death of Tularam, the hill

Division was finally annexed by the British in 1854. Subsequently, in 1866, different

parts this territory like Dayung Valley, Khopili Valley had been merged to the district of

Nowgong and Dhansiri valley and part of North Cachar was merged with newly created

District, Naga Hills. The rest formed the North Cachar hills comprising exclusively the

Sombhudhan was not happy with the divide and rule policy of the British, which

indented to weaken the native people. He could not console his mind that the white

should rule the non-whites. Sombhudhan therefore decided to go rebellious. He

observed that although the British had annexed the territory but they were not able to

conquer the heart of the native people. He therefore considered that everything was not

lost. He resolved to prepare for a last- ditch battle.

Sombhudhan toured extensively in the North Cachar Hills for mass contact and

organisation. He recruited a large number of youths to form revolutionary force against

the whites. He was in search of his Principal Adviser and Subordinate Commander

to look after his force. He appointed Mansingh Kemprai as Principal Adviser and

Molonthong Thaosen as subordinate Commander and established his training camp at

Maibang near the Goddess Ranachondi Temple. For smooth functioning of his training

centre at Maibang, Sombhudhan had to meet a considerable amount of expenditure; he

therefore collected levy from the local people. The increasing activities of Sombhudhan

had caused to be a great concerned to the British, and which bound to the British to

deal with firm hands on the charge of revolting against the Sombhudhan’s group. The

Sub-Divisional Officer of North Cachar had issued summons to Sombhudhan and

his Principal Adviser Mansingh Kemprai and subordinate Commander Molonthong

Thaosen. But they did not care to appear before him. On further advice from the

Deputy Commissioner, a warrant of arrest was issued by the Sub-Divisional Officer and

despatched a police-force under a police officer for apprehension of the Sombhudhan

and his group’s. But the officer failed to execute the order and came back with a letter

The letter was written by ManSingh on dictation by Sombhudhan as the phrasing of

You whites bubble

If you have any desire for food

To eat on this earth,

If you have any desire for water

To drink on this earth,

You should leave our kingdom

Before I reach you (at Gunjung)

No army would induce Sombhudhan

To appear before an illegal authority

Any army despatched to Maibang

Would be completely annihilated.

And

And

Mr. Soppi, who held the charge of SDO, considered that the situation of the Sub-
Division is going to be deteriorating and therefore he met Deputy Commissioner, Major

Boyd at Silchar. They crushed the movement with firm hands. Therefore, in January,

1882, the Deputy Commissioner, accompanied by the Sub-Divisional Officer, marched to

Maibang with a contingent of 25 Frontier Police.

Sombhudhan was quite aware of probable attack by the British at any moment.

Therefore, he had alerted his men before-hand that should outside force visit Maibang.

The Major Boyd and his party reached Maibang in an afternoon. On next day, they

marched to the Sombhudhan Camp in the early morning. Strangely he found no

man there, only the scattered huts of Sombhudhan’s cadres on the top of the hills.

Suddenly, after few moments the alarm rang and men of Sombhudhan rushed from the

surrounding hills equipped with double edges swords. Major Boyd alerted his force and

ordered not to fire until hard-pressed. Sombhudhan came out from one side of the hills

followed by his men and marched toward Major Boyd. As he came closer the security of

Major Boyd stood in between them, but Sombhudhan fearlessly struck the security guard

with his sword which glanced off his riffle causing his instant death, and Major Boyd

also at the same time lost his right arm, which resulted in his fatal death. Whereupon,

Mr. Soppit, SDO, had taken charge and ordered them to fire. As firing was commenced,

Sombhudhan’s cadres from surrounding attacked them. Finally Mr. Soppit, the SDO,

had lost the battle. More than 20 sepoy men had been killed. Luckily some of the sepoy

managed to escape from there, and returned to Gunjung with death body of Major Boyd.

The success of Sombhudhan in killing of Major Boyd and his force has made him to

claim the title of “Vir”. Oral history cited by Himkant Phonglo of Sampari village

After victory of Maibang battle, Sombhudhan got encouragement, and plan to

attack the Sub-Division, North Cachar, headquarter at “Gunjung”. On reaching Gunjung

they killed two horses of SDO, and burnt all the Government buildings and documents of

the Sub-Division office. Finally British had shifted their office to Silchar. As a result of the

incident, the Briish Govt. shifted their Sub-Division headquarter from Gunjung to Haflong

Having being successful in driving out the British from the hills, Sombhudhan now

turned to the plain of south Cachar to organise similar movement against the British

rule there. There he then contacted Uzir Dibragede, an ex-army commander of last

the Dimasa Kachari King, Raja Gobinda Chandra of Cachar. He collected iron with the

help of his followers and gathered huge amount of donation from the villager, in order

to make a weapon to fight with British. Sombhudhan had visited many Siva Temples

established by the Dimasa-Kachari Raja of Cachar and he also built a Siva Temple at a

place east of Sadagram and installed Mahadeva therein. Therefore, the place had been

In the meantime, the British Government got information of Sombhudhan’s

organisational works in the plain near Silchar. The British made a policy to catch

Sombhudhan alive from his house and arranged a woman “Rangsiringdi” to make

friendship with his wife. One night this woman stayed in his house with the intention

to remove his arms from his house. In the morning, he found no arms in his house to

defend himself and his house was condoned by British force. Immediately he started

running toward the jungle. While he was running a British sepoy threw his Khukri at him

and it made a deep cut on his right leg. Still he continued on running and went to the

jungles of Bhuban hills. He became weaker and weaker due to profuse bleeding. At last

he was caught after 2 days of British’s attack. Sombhudhan took his last breath on 12th

February’1883. Sombhudan, thus died a death of a martyr at a small and unknown place

beside a spring near Igraleing in the North Khaspur locality. After his body brought to the

headquarter at Silchar, a police force was sent to bring Vir Sombhudan’s wife, Nasadi.

But she was not there in the village. His old mother Kasaidi had received the death body

After a year, Mansingh Kemprai, the Principal Adviser of Sombhudan was arrested

in Tripura and brought to Silchar; and sentenced to penal servitude for life. There he

fasted unto his death in the Silchar district jail. Desain Kemprai the well known herbalist

and Gadao Kemprai, were settled down at Sadagram, near the Snan-Gat.

Living blood relation of Sombhudan:

After the death of Vir Sombhudan, his wife Nasadi and daughter Dauridi were taken

by relatives at the village Longma near Haflong. Dauridi got married with Mohendra

Dibragedea resident of the village Phaiding near Dautuhaja Railway station.