IAF took revenge on the Pakistan border and targeted the terrorists
On the 13th day of the terrorist attack in Pulwama, the Indian Air Force (IAF) took revenge on the Pakistan border and targeted the terrorists and destroyed many of their terrorist bases. After this action from India, it was said from the Indian Foreign Ministry that the target of India was neither a civilian nor a Pakistani army. This action was done only to target the terrorists. Before the action, Indian intelligence agencies had received such information that Pakistan's Intelligence Agency ISI had placed 450 terrorists in 13 Launch Pad of POK and training camps to spread unrest in India.
Intelligence agencies recently gave a report to the security forces that Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI had organized 450 militants in the launch pad and several training camps of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (POK) to wreak havoc in Kashmir, and The suicide attack was being planned by infiltrating these terrorists. There were 13 new launch pads active for cross-border infiltration, which were prepared by ISI and Pak army.
Indian intelligence agencies suspected that this time a large number of Jaish terrorists have gathered in Balakot area, including many terror commanders of Jaish and mastermind of terror and these people, had taken training with the Taliban militants.
A plan was prepared to send 450 militants from Pakistan intelligence agency ISI and Pak army to Indian border, whose information was coming to Indian intelligence agencies. Through the 13 new launch pad, Pakistan was about to infiltrate into the Indian border.
It has been revealed that most of the 450 terrorists on the launch pad belonged to Jaish-e-Mohammed. The terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed were trained in the camps built in the Pok army. The training camp was used by the Pakistan Army for the training of special service group (SSG) commandos. After training, the terrorists of Jaish were brought to Balakot area.
Jaish was planning to infiltrate Balakot and conduct suicide attacks in India, which Indian had decoded by our security agencies. ISI is currently relying heavily on Jaish's terrorists.
61 terrorists have been prepared by the Special Service Group (SSG) of Pakistan Army for BAT action, from the 'Jura' launching pad in POK. Intelligence agencies had complete information about the position of all the launch pad and training camps.
With the help of ISI from 13 launching pad (Kel, Shardi, Dudhialal, Athmugam, Jura, Lipa, Parchin Chaman, Tandapani, Nelli, Janakot, Chakoti, Nickel and Forward Kahuta) present in the PoK, they were in turmoil for 450 infiltrators. Pakistan was involved in mobilizing 127 terrorists on the launch pad in front of 'Bimber street' in Jammu and Kashmir.
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In Lok Sabha Elections 2019, there are 221 out of 543 seats in the country where there is a triangular contest
In the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and BJP-led NDA are being considered as a direct fight. Although nearly half of the Lok Sabha seats in the country are such that in addition to these two parties and the alliance, there are straps in the form of the third force, which are firmly contesting against both Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi and are trying their luck in the election battle. There are 221 parliamentary seats in the country where there is a triangular contest.
Of the total 543 Lok Sabha seats in the country, 221 seats of eight states including Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Jammu and Kashmir, and Delhi. All these parties are busy trying to remove Narendra Modi from the power of the country.
SP-BSP coalition in UP
In Uttar Pradesh, the SP-BSP has alliance to stop Narendra Modi's Vijayarath. The SP-BSP has mixed the National Lok Dal and the Nishad Party with 80 Lok Sabha seats in the state. On the other hand, the Congress has also been using coalition alliances like Priyanka Gandhi after the party like the Great Dal and the Peace Party. Apart from this, BJP has an alliance with Om Prakash Rajbhar and his party. In this way, the political battle of the state seems to be triangular.
There is no coalition of any party in West Bengal so far. While the state has TMC, BJP, Congress and Left parties. Neither Left nor Congress wants to go with Mamta. In this way, it is considered to be a contest between the four major parties for the 42 Lok Sabha seats of the state. However, Mamta Banerjee's base is the highest in all these parties. The BJP has emerged as the second party in the state.
The political battle of Kerala in South India led by BJP led coalition led by UDF and Left led LDF as a third force. BJP is constantly struggling in Kerala for the killing of Sabarimala and Union workers. In this, there are 20 seats in Kerala along with Left and Congress as well as BJP.
Battle of Andhra Pradesh:
In Andhra Pradesh, a total of 25 Lok Sabha seats are between BJP, Congress, TDP and Jagan Mohan Reddy's YSR Congress. There is no coalition of any party with any party. However, the main fight between the parties is between Jagan Mohan Reddy and Chandrababu Naidu's party. Here both Congress and BJP national parties are struggling to keep their own lives alive. Although Andhra Pradesh used to be the Congress's strongest stronghold at one time.
Congress-BJP-BJD in Odisha
There are a total of 21 Lok Sabha seats in Odisha. There is a political struggle between Congress, BJP and BJD in the state. There is no coalition of any party in the state. Although here as the third force BJD chief and chief minister of Odisha is Naveen Patnaik. BJD has been talking about the alliance with non-Congress and BJP parties since the beginning, but that part of any coalition is not currently at all.
Kejriwal in Delhi
There are 7 Lok Sabha seats in Delhi. The main fight between the Congress, the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party is in the state. There is no coalition of any party in Delhi, they are all going alone in the elections. Although Kejriwal was desperate for the coalition with the Congress, the synergy between the two could not be reached.
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Newly emerging coalition: 2019 election will repeat 2004!
Recent alliances from UP, Bihar to Tamilnadu and Maharashtra are pointing to the internal stir and uncertainty of large parties. In order to combat the losses due to the strong alliance of regional parties in North India, the BJP is going to strengthen the scope of the National Democratic Alliance in the southern state of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra besides the Congress-led coalition, besides the powerful parties of the states. It has got mixed up. The parties know that a big win is necessary from more votes and the big win will depend on the number of parties involved in the coalition.
From 1999 to 2014, elections consisted mainly of three coalitions. The alliance reached the power, which compromised with most parties. In 1999, the NDA alliance with 19 parties while the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) alliance had contested eleven parties. Under the leadership of the BJP, the NDA formed the government. After that, in the 2004 Lok Sabha elections, the NDA had seven parties from 1999, while the UPA came to the polls with a coalition of 20 parties. This time the UPA formed the government at the center.
Even in 2009, the UPA had two parties more than the NDA, Mulayam Singh and the BSP supported the UPA government without asking it. Third Front i.e. the third front 2014 was shattered. In 2014, the NDA again added more parties than the UPA. Compared to 2009, joining eight parties in the coalition, they formed the government by winning 336 seats while contesting with 18 parties.
However, in Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati's BSP and Samajwadi Party's Akhilesh Yadav's coming together, she is expected to face major setbacks in UP. In 2004, the SP and the BSP had stopped the BJP from just 80 of the 80 seats. BSP got 19 seats in 2004 and SP got 35 seats. Now, when both the powerful parties are together, then there will be a bigger problem for the BJP than in 2004.
The challenge for the BJP and Nitish Kumar has grown big due to the arrival of senior leaders of the NDA, particularly Upendra Kushwaha and Jitan Ram Manjhi, with Lalu Yadav and the Congress General Secretary in Bihar. In 2004, the RJD-led Congress and Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party won 29 out of 40 seats. BJP and Janata Dal-United got only 11 seats. Things have changed in 2019 Paswan is with NDA but former NDA associate Upendra Kushwaha and Jeetan Manjhi have become part of the UPA.
BJP has announced re-alliance with the Shiv Sena in southern states Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra to compensate the potential losses on these seats. Congress has also decided to take Sharad Pawar along with him.
In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the NDA managed to win one seat due to the alliance with PMK and MDMK, while AIADMK won 37 out of 39 seats. Now in 2019, the BJP feels that AIADMK should take any side with this time anyway. Although AIADMK was also a part of BJP-led NDA in 2004. In 2004, the AIADMK was the only party in the NDA alliance of 12 parties, which did not win a single seat. In Tamil Nadu, the final decision is being taken in the UPA coalition with DMK and smaller parties. Congress can contest 9 seats in Tamil Nadu and DMK can contest 25 seats. The UPA is considering giving five seats to other smaller parties.
Shiv Sena and BJP have come back together under the NDA banner in Maharashtra. BJP 25 and Shiv Sena are going to fight in 23 seats. In response to this alliance, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) have joined hands. After the poor performance of 1999, Congress and NCP also came together in 2004. In 2004, both parties had won on 23 seats in Maharashtra.
The election of 2019 will be the names of regional parties. The coalition-led big parties are making a strategy to win big on their trust. Politically, this environment is almost like 2004, where after 1999, the opposition, especially the UPA, was eager to keep the NDA out of power anyway.
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Modi Government's decision, all the jawans of the security forces will travel from Jammu to Srinagar by air
After the terrorist attack in Pulwama, the Central Government has taken a big decision on Thursday. Now all the security personnel posted in Jammu and Kashmir will not travel from Jammu to Srinagar road. All the soldiers will now be sent by airways This order has been implemented from Thursday itself. About this order, the head of the security forces has been briefed on Wednesday evening.
These orders will be applicable to all the jawans including Assam Rifles, BSF, CRPF, ITBP, SSB, and NSG. That is, the people who are returning from their duty, transferred or returning from home, all those soldiers will be sent from the Jammu base camp or New Delhi with Srinagar Air Way. Not only this, if a man is returning from Srinagar, he will get air.
Earlier this facility was available to senior rank officers, but now these rules will apply to all the jawans. On Thursday, the Ministry of Home Affairs tweeted this decision.
Which soldiers will get the benefit?
- All jawans benefit from Delhi to Srinagar, Srinagar to Delhi, Jammu to Srinagar, Srinagar to Delhi route
- About 7 lakh 80 thousand soldiers will get the direct benefit of this decision
- Constable, Head Constable, Assistant Sub-inspector will also get benefits
On February 14, a terrorist attack in Pulwama was going on, a large convoy of the security forces was going from Jammu to Srinagar via the road. Taking advantage of this, the terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed targeted the CRPF jawans.
About 2500 people were going from Jammu to Srinagar in 78 vehicles, while the convoy reached the Pulwama. Then Jaish's local terrorist Adil Ahmed Dar, who had filled his explosive-laden car in a convoy of soldiers, caused a blast and 40 jawans were killed.
The government has taken several major decisions besides this. Various types of changes have also been made in the route and rules of the convoy of the army personnel.
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Union Cabinet takes 23 decisions, CCEA five ahead of polls' announcement
With Election Commission expected to announce the schedule of Lok Sabha elections in the first week of March, the Union Cabinet on Tuesday took 23 decisions and the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved five proposals which will benefit various sections including Central government employees and farmers.
The decisions, taken by the Union Cabinet and the CCEA presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, included approval of four ordinances as the related bills could not be passed in the Budget Session of Parliament that ended earlier this month. It was the last parliament session before the Lok Sabha polls.
The government decided to re-promulgate the triple talaq ordinance even as most of the opposition parties are opposed to it. The BJP apparently hopes to get the support of sections of the Muslim community, particularly women, with its earlier push to the bill and the approval of the ordinance.
It also approved banning of unregulated deposit schemes ordinance, which is expected to find a mention in poll speeches in West Bengal.
The government gave its approval to the release of an additional installment of Dearness Allowance (DA) to Central government employees, and Dearness Relief (DR) to pensioners. It will benefit about 48.41 lakh Central government employees and 62.03 lakh pensioners.
The CCEA approved Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthaan Maha Abhiyan with the objective of providing financial and water security to farmers.
Other decisions of the cabinet include approval of the Ahmedabad Metro Rail Project Phase II and Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut corridor of RRTS (regional rapid transit system). It also approved the proposal of National Policy on Electronics which is aimed at creating lakhs of jobs apart from other benefits.
Some of the decisions related to international agreements and other government matters.