Kiren Rijiju stressed at 25th Conference of DsGP, IsGP ,CPOs in Itanagar on seamless Coordination and Intelligence sharing among Security Forces of North-Eastern Region.
Model villages being developed in Border Districts Union Home Minister launches BADP Online Management System
To enhance the representation of women in the State Police, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs has approved raising two women Battalions for Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Rajnath Singh raised concerns over migration from borders in Uttarakhand.
Shri Rajnath Singh wrote letter to Manipur Chief Minister Shri Okram Ibobi Singh and Nagaland Chief Minister Shri T R Zeliang to bring security situation in Manipur under control .
Ministry of Home Affairs Issues details of achievements and events during the year 2016
Home Minister level talks between India and Bangladesh held.
Union Cabinet approved the raising of 17 India Reserve Battalions (IR Bns).
The Department of Border Management of (MHA) issued modified (BDAP) guidelines in consultation with all Stakeholders.
Shri Rajnath Singh asked Sashastra Seema Bal to take lead role in curtailing the menace of Fake Indian Currency Notes.
Bilateral operations are enhanced to safeguard boundary from extremists and criminals.
India Bangladesh 14th Meeting of Home Secretaries Discuss Chetia Release
Given the upsurge in Naxal violence in May, the Union Home Minister Shri P. Chidambaram reviewed the anti-naxal operations particularly in Orissa and Chhattisgarh with the Chief Ministers
A resurgence of Naxal operations in Central India was evident with a large number of attacks carried out by the guerrillas during May. The Orissa-Chhattisgarh-Jharkhand belt saw increase in Naxal activities and casualties to civilians and police.
Intensification of Naxal attacks in Chattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa- Andhra Pradesh border districts anticipated. Naxals likely to target key leaders involved in Salwa Judum movement. Police success in Andhra is likely to see spill over of cadres in Orissa and Chattisgarh leading to greater number of strikes in these states. Maoist strategy underlined by reported remarks of Muppala Lakshman Rao alias Ganapathi after re-election as "˜General Secretary"™ of the CPI (Maoist) in the 9th , "No more hit and run. Now time has come to spread in the towns and identify specific targets, hit them precisely and with impunity."
Naxal activities increase in Bihar after a lull for almost a year. Chattisgarh continues to remain vulnerable as the Police are unable to undertake effective measures to control the spread. Naxal seen to increase sources of explosives, arms and ammunition including reports of tapping Ordnance Factories. Naxal are also likely to target the SEZs which are ideal for the organizations philosophy of grass roots revolution.
Kashmir - Empirical assessment of violent incidents and infiltration reveals an increase in trend of intensity and number of incidents.
Kuki "“ Meitei clashes in Moreh blocks Indo Myanmar trading for long periods. Manipur extortion network continues to stall work even in state government offices. Nagaland peace talks under review. Deadlock will continue.
Chattisgarh: Hot Bed of Terror A major ambush by Naxals on 29 August resulted in killing of 12 security personnel in Chattisgarh. The Naxalite, despite heavy security deployment in the area, displayed ability to quickly muster attack squads of more than 100 combatants and attack the police. The security team was to secure an area at Tarmekla village in Jagargunda, where Naxals had blocked construction of a road.
January 2006 Nepal remained on the boil throughout the month, with the Maoists ending the cease fire on 2 January and following it up with a series of attacks on government posts in the country especially around Katmandu, the capital. The Nepali monarchy continued to crack down on political leaders as agitations gripped the nation on 20 and 21 January. The Maoists continued their attacks on camps of government forces in Hatuwgadhi in Eastern Nepal on 27 January and in Palpa in Western Nepal on 31 January 2006.
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