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At present, a large number of people from various border villages have already moved to safer places Many more leaving their houses during night and return next morning For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Muzamil Jaleel | New Delhi | Updated: July 4 2016 11:02 am Vehicles are checked in Pampore Kashmir Security has been stepped up ever since Saturday’s attack Top News With aseries of militant attacks pushing the Kashmir valley back to a familiar brink security agencies in J&K have warned the Centre in an overview of the scenario that “alienation is on (the) rise” and that there is “anger against the (state) government” Sources in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) told The Indian Express that this assessment which was conveyed in the form of a presentation recently also contained some startling numbers: a “47 per cent increase in militancy-related incidents 51 per cent increase in stone-pelting incidents 65 per cent spurt in infiltration and an increase in fresh recruitments” during the first six months of 2016 Read | Pampore attack: Driver who ferried terrorists identified Sources said that while 64 militants were killed in security operations in J&K since the beginning of 2016 at least 179 more were still active in the state Sources said the agencies have blamed “competitive radicalisation” and “attempts at communalisation” for growing unrest in the state that is now ruled by a PDP-BJP alliance They said that J&K agencies have divided this “radicalisation” into three categories: “political” by Hurriyat “religious” by “socio-religious groups” and “online radicalisation through social media” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video | Video Of Pampore Attack Taken From An Army Vehicle Sources said the assessment also suggested that “media intimidation” was a reason for the “rising unrest” and pointed to the alleged “role of certain dargahs” (religious schools) While not directly addressing the rise of Hindutva groups the overview referred to “competitive radicalisation” and warned of “attempts at communalisation” in Jammu said sources While J&K agencies considered the “situation on the ground under control” sources said their biggest concerns related to two new trends: “the massive public participation in the funerals” of slain militants and “disruption of operations against militants by civilian population who gather at an encounter site and pelt stones at SFs (security forces)” Read | Hafiz Saeed’s No 2 refers to ‘lions’ who hit Pampore A significant pointer in the overview is the sudden rise in activities of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) outfit In 2013 JeM had 19 militants in J&K which dropped to 11 in 2014 and five in 2015 This year it already has sent 15 new recruits to the valley and is “consistently trying to increase its boots on ground” said sources However they added Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) remain the most potent outfits LeT has the strongest presence with 76 militants operating on the ground while HM has 64 active cadres Then there are militants not directly linked to any group sources said adding that HuJI (Harkat-ul-Jihadi Islami) has a lone commander who has been active for the last five years The J&K agencies have also mapped a “slight spurt in local recruitment into militant outfits in 2016” and are “alarmed by the constant rise in the numbers of the fresh local recruitments’’ since 2013 said sources (see box) MHA sources said that there are 65 militants currently active in five South Kashmir police districts: eight in Anantnag 15 in Kulgam 11 in Pulwama 13 in Shopian and 18 in Awantipora At the same time they said militant groups are “purposely dormant” in the rest of Kashmir — the only other major activity is along the LoC where “encounters take place regularly during infiltration” The report also refers to the increase in incidents of stone-pelting by civilians especially during encounters and counter-insurgency operations in the first six months of 2016 a rise in infiltration despite “regular” encounters at the border and a 100-per cent rise in participation in funerals of slain militants On the biggest challenges ahead the J&K agencies have listed operations to disrupt and prevent the “unification of Hurriyat” “civil resistance” and “youth icons among local militant recruits” said sources The agencies have also claimed that militant outfits are trying to focus on the Jammu region said sources Besides cross-border infiltration of militants has been considerably successful during the current year said sources — a 65-per cent success rate this year as compared to 28 per cent last year (see box) According to MHA sources J&K agencies have identified two new infiltration routes into Handwara and categorised Kaobal Gali Sardari Sonar Kel Ratta Pani Shardi Tejian Dudhinial Athmuqam Katwara Jura and Lipa valley as the most active routes into Kupwara Bandipore and Baramulla districts The agencies have also highlighted infiltration from Lokut Bangus and Bod Bungus into the Mawar forests and via Patni Bahak in Kazinag towards Rafiabad in Baramulla district Similarly the routes via Kamal Kot towards Lachipora Nambla forest to Gharhkot and Fatehwali Bahak to Chorkud have been identified According to sources the agencies told the Centre that there were allegedly 38 training camps of militant outfits across the LoC of which 26 were either active or used as transit points while 12 were dormant Providing a break-up of these camps the J&K agencies claimed that out of 10 run by LeT four were dormant and six active Similarly HM has five active camps and the JeM four camps; other outfits have 18 camps out of which 11 were active The agencies also listed the locations of some of these camps: Dulai Maskar-e-Aqsa and Abdullah Bin Masood in Muzaffarabad Umar Bin Khitab and Batrasi in Mansera and one in Muridke (LeT); Garhi Habibullah in Mansera and Khalid Bin Waleed in Muzaffarabad (Hizbul Mujahideen); Chelabandi in Muzaffarabad Jabba in Mansera and Bahawalpur (JeM) To tackle the latest threat sources said the J&K agencies identified a list of demands: “interception equipment to intercept VoIP calls and specialized applications used by militants” “upgradation of social media surveillance labs” “counselling centres for youth” and “Integrated Command Centre and Integrated Command Vehicle” Security agencies in J&K also asked the Centre to focus on “effective prosecution of human rights violations” said sources For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: October 19 2016 12:05 pm Azam Khan had called the Bulandshahr gangrape a ‘political conspiracy’ Top News The Supreme Court Thursday told the Uttar Pradesh government that its minister Azam Khan will have to “defend himself as an individual” for calling the gangrape of a woman and her minor daughter a “political conspiracy” A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and C Nagappan observed that it was not the duty of the state government to provide aid to the minister in his defence WATCH VIDEO: Samajwadi Party Leader Azam Khan Lists Why He Is Fit To Become Prime Minister “How can a person in authority make such comment If it is so let him justify it It is not the responsibility of the state to say whether he can or he cannot (issue such comment) He must individually fight the case Let him defend himself” said the court It questioned why Khan called an incident of rape a “political conspiracy” when he was not connected with the case “This could have been a defence of the accused people but how can he make such comment” asked the bench Meanwhile allowing the CBI’s request the court also lifted its stay on the ongoing probe in the case by the agency On August 29 the bench while seeking explanation from Khan had also stayed the CBI probe which was ordered by the Allahabad High Court The CBI later sought a modification of this order pointing out that stopping the probe could entitle the accused to statutory bail apart from helping them tamper the evidence Appearing for the CBI Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh informed the court that the agency has been investigating the case since August 18 At this the bench allowed the CBI’s plea and asked it to continue its investigation It also asked the High Court to keep its hands off the matter since the case in entirety was being adjudicated in the top court For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News multiple-entry non-working or non-permanent stay visa and his or her stay is restricted to 60 days on a visit, Rabindra Lama and Amar Singh Rai, the first such legislation by any state. ?

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his friend Akshay is in pale blue ( Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand ) Related News Zahid is in class X at Rajakiya High School in Kutbi village of Muzaffarnagar the only Muslim student to have returned to a class that had 36 of them last year and which now has 110 students The twin villages of Kutba and Kutbi were among the worst hit by last year’s riots with eight murders and over 50 other cases registered None of the 200-odd Muslim families who stayed there have returned Zahid walks to school with 30 Hindu students from his village Dhindawli but has not yet dared speak with his classmates from Kutbi especially the Jats “I keep to myself and always sit next to Hindus from my village especially my friend Akshay” Zahid says “Village students don’t talk to me and I don’t talk to them either It’s safer that way” Teachers say they keep an eye open for possible fights because of Zahid since “it’s a board year” Students say friendships earlier defined along caste lines have since been redefined by religion Akshay the topper says he is frequently ridiculed for their friendship “All of us were friends but the Jats hung out with Jats the Kurmis with Kurmis the Dheemers with Dheemers But now when Zahid does poorly in a test and the teacher tells me to help him they jeer” he says The Jat boys say it was silly of Zahid to have returned “Many of our brothers and uncles are in jail others have cases on them and have been shamed because of false complaints filed by Muslims If we had to kill them why would we have stayed together all these years” says Mahender a student Out of one village… At Kutbi’s government primary junior high and high schools not one other Muslim student has returned including those from neighbouring villages At the boys’ junior high school in Kutbi the number of students has fallen from 104 to 51; at the girls’ school it has fallen from 50 to 34 In one primary school the count has dropped from 80 to 47 and in another from 75 to 38 Teachers say the four government schools and single private school in Kutbi have together lost at least 200 Muslim students In neighbouring Kankra which suffered ripple effects of the violence in Kutba-Kutbi primary school one has lost 150 students primary school two 125 the high school 50 and the junior high school 50 Kutbi’s primary school 2 the one with 47 students has two of its four rooms empty with one of the two in use accommodating students of four classes — anganwadi I II and III — and the other one those of IV and V “The dropout numbers have never been so high in any year and are obviously a result of the riots” says principal Manga Singh a Jat “Muslims and Jats were among our best students We are sad because we had nurtured them and they have taken admission to other schools They did not even come to take their transfer certificates so we could not try and counsel the parents” The state government runs a competition Medhavi Chhatra Pratayogita for students of classes II to VIII in government schools “ We were preparing three Muslim and two Jat students” says teacher Vichitra Kumar also a Jat “But the exams were in February when the village was still reeling under the impact of the riots Classes had stopped so we did not get to send any student” … and Into another It is at Basi Kalan less than 5 kilometres away that most of the displaced Muslim families staying in a new colony have admitted their children In the single primary school the student strength has shot up from 280 last year to 453 Of the six rooms in the school two are occupied by PAC personnel so students of class II study in the courtyard The school has done away with its 30 sections and packs students of any one class together It has only four teachers “We have written to district authorities that our numbers have increased and we need more space and teachers but there has been no response” says Mohammad Wajid the principal “One teacher has to manage two classes and look at the numbers — class III alone has 138 students” Wajid says until last year teachers would do weekly rounds of the village encouraging parents to send children to school “As an immediate effect attendance would always shoot up but now we dare not take such a step Even if 40-50 students don’t come there is a sense of relief because there is such a dearth of space” he says Aman is in class III having topped class II She did not see the riots but has heard of them from her classmates “I wanted to be a doctor earlier but now I want to be a lawyer My friend Sanya says if they had a lawyer by now they would have got justice but they only have a government lawyer” Principal Wajid says he mentions the riots and the need for communal harmony in the morning prayers “Children see and hear things others do not and there will always be queries We can’t wait for the syllabus to address these so it’s best to tell them these stories during the prayers” he says Making The choice Zahid tried to get admission in the Islamiya Madarsa in Basi Kalan which is a Muslim-majority village but was told they only take students up to class IX “I have already failed a year and lost about three months of studies last year so my father insisted I resume studies immediately” he says Zahid’s father Mohammad Iliyas a carpenter has sought work in Kutbi as a contractor to build the midday meal kitchens in all the village’s government schools “I don’t want my son to study in a madarsa so to make him feel safer I have started coming with him” he says In Kawal where the violence had started after the alleged molestation of two Jat girls while they were returning from their school in Nagla Mandaur a Hindu-majority area the 30 Muslim students have quit The girls who lost two of their cousins have returned to school one in class X and the other in XII The younger one says “The Muslims killed my brothers and I don’t feel anything for them but I don’t see why they had to leave school I didn’t quit even after what I faced” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBigg Boss 11 November 8 2017 full episode written update: Prize money becomes zero Bigg Boss 11 November 8 2017 full episode written update: Puneesh fails in monitoring the task Contestants get zero amount in luxury budget000 teachers? ” The closely held French company has 40 million users according to Mazzella.

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