Serious Study Report By: Harbans S Nagokay.
At the times, when near peak festival seasons, the Chinese companies are hosting else conducting its own festive sale. And, few flash sales like ‘ONE-PLUS’ are otherwise all set to surprise Indian markets and will be conducted at 4pm, 6pm, and 8pm IST from 24th to 26th of October, with company also hosting a contest which again includes sharing on social media, and the winner stands a chance to win a special goodie bag etc. Then, Xiaomianother Chinese Mobile phone company, is also hosting a similar Diwali sale on its mi.com website, where it is also conducting Re. 1 flash sales along with discounts on other products.
Possibly for the first time in Kashmir, Chinese flags have been found in raids along with material that was allegedly to be used by terrorists – petrol bombs, anti-India publicity material, unauthorised cellphones and documents linked to terror groups Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba, yesterday. When, after a long pause of 100 days, security forces carried out extensive searches in the town of Baramulla, one of the most volatile centres in the town. Waiving of Pakistani & ISIS flags by separatist’s motivated protestors of valley including down-town areas are very common, else anti-India slogans on walls etc. also can’t be ignored but intelligence agencies and expert scholars been made to think upon this new development and seriously concerned about the appearance of Chinese flags in recent large demonstrations.
However, with the violence gradually receding, security forces yesterday moved through various localities including the town of Baramulla and picked up over 40 men for alleged involvement in “terror-related activities”. Like-wise, extensive search operations also going-on in other parts of valley, an army spokesman said, adding that the raids were carried out for grabbing all those who evidently helping to shelter stone-palters and suspected terrorists. But then again, when our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is heading a campaign to globally isolate Pakistan, with far less support from China than other countries, this uninvited-some episode of seeking Chinese support can’t be ignored or taken lightly and is otherwise sounding not as innocent as it seems. Especially at the times, when Pakistan is then a long-term ally of China and their strategic and economic interests are especially interlinked through a new $46 billion trade corridor near POK / Baluchistan that links Western China to Pakistan’s Gwadar port on the Arabian Sea. Yes! News Point Team, at the same time witnessed and in reservations about future because of these anti-India slogans are not the only ‘writings on the wall’ that News-point team sawat downtown area. The shouting of alleged “anti-India” slogans at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University has snowballed into a major national controversy, but many such slogans and even more ‘provocative’ ones can be found in spray painted in black or red ink on the walls of Srinagar’s buildings or the shutters of shops, very commonly.
While taking a stroll through the jumble of narrow lanes around the famous Jamia Masjid which becomes the epicentre of the routine Friday protests and one can easily see the intensity of numerous such writings. There are writings hailing the acts of the Islamic State, the HizbulMujahideen, the Taliban and asking India to “go back”. Then, rise only one question in every nationalistic mind “Is this happening in India or this happens only in India”.
Above and beyond, in this massive multi-agency crackdown in the Old Town of Baramulla, security agencies seized petrol bombs, Chinese and Pakistan flags, LeT and Jaish letter pads, illegal mobile phones and other material during the raids, a defence spokesman said. But, more bombshells smashed when Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) has issued a warning to the Baramulla SHO after 44 persons were arrested for terror-related activities. In any case, News-point team been told that the crackdown was the first major one in Baramulla in more than a decade.
In addition to all above, the Censor Board today told the Delhi High Court that Bollywood movie ’31st October’, based on the aftermath of the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi including the 1984 riots, was certified for release after deletion of all offensive scenes.