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Four Kalashnikov assault rifles 400 rounds of ammunition and eight HE-36 grenades were recovered Share This Article Related Article Following Monday’s terrorist attack in Gurdaspur — the first launched by a specialist cross-border fidayeen unit outside J&K — many are asking if it marks the beginning of a new wave of strikes The shootout in Chhatar Rattar holds out valuable clues It’s important though to first understand the context: the state of play in the jihad in Kashmir Ever since 2012 the state has seen a slow but marked uptick in violence — reversing a decade-long decline that began in 2001-2002 after India and Pakistan almost went to war Killings of civilians by terrorists government figures show rose from 12 in 2012 to 25 last year — and halfway through the year stood at 12 Fifteen police and military personnel were killed in 2012; in 2014 the number was 41 Encounters rose from 39 in 2012 to 52 in 2014 with the numbers of terrorists killed going up from 64 to 101 The numbers show that the conflict is heating up — and in India’s security community many experts are convinced that’s part of a deliberate decision by Pakistan’s military The idea they suspect is to exploit India’s strategic conundrum: punishing Pakistan’s renewed support to the jihad in Kashmir after all could engender a crisis which would scare away the investors Prime Minister Narendra Modi desperately needs to realise his plans of rapid economic growth The proposition offers a plausible explanation of why the attack in Punjab took place Watch video In 2000 at the time of the Chhattar Rattar encounter General Pervez Musharraf’s regime had ratcheted up violence in Kashmir following his army’s defeat on the Kargil heights Persuaded by the experience that India would not under any circumstances risk a potential nuclear conflict Musharraf sharply escalated support to jihadist groups Fatalities of Indian security forces in J&K shot up from 558 in 1999 to 638 in 2000; civilian deaths from 799 to 842 The following year civilian killings rose even more to 1067 — a significant fraction of it from targeted killings of Hindus and Sikhs aimed at sparking a pan-Indian communal conflict Then in December 2001 the General’s Kashmir plan began to fall apart after the attack on Parliament led India to threaten war Escalation ended up hurting Pakistan’s economy and investment prospects — a pain it could not unlike India bear Following the 2000-02 crisis Musharraf’s advisers and the US pushed him to wind up the jihad in Kashmir Lt Gen Moinuddin Haider Musharraf’s interior minister told George Perkovich he had said “Mr President your economic plan will not work people will not invest if you don’t get rid of extremists” In 2002 therefore a ceasefire went into place on the LoC The countries Manmohan Singh has publicly said came close to agreeing on a framework for a deal on Kashmir — until Musharraf was swept from power on the back of an Islamist-led agitation The agitation some analysts argue was backed by the military fearful that peace with India could mean an end to its own primacy Now as Pakistan’s generals have taken on terrorists in the country’s north-west their legitimacy rests on backing from Kashmir-focussed jihadists based in Punjab Thus army chief General Raheel Sharif last month described Kashmir as “the unfinished business of Partition” a lietmotif that had dropped out of use in the Musharraf years From 2013 on Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed has also been increasingly vocal on his war plans In February he warned Indians that just as “America had to run away India you will have to leave Kashmir as well” From the optic of Pakistan’s generals New Delhi has no choice but to bear more pain in Kashmir — mindful of any missteps that would undermine the big strategic goal of high growth New Delhi has after all backed down on its own red lines — less than a week before an India-Pakistan security dialogue was announced at Ufa External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj insisted there would be no talks if 26/11 perpetrator Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi remained free It isn’t hard to see what an escalation of violence in Punjab could look like In July 2009 then again in September that year and in January 2010 rockets arced over the India-Pakistan border in Punjab landing around the villages of Atalgarh More Rattan Kalan and Attari The firing only ended after Border Security Force DIG Mohammad Aqil warned his Pakistani counterpart Col Mohammad Kamran of calibre-for-calibre retaliation Even as he talks peace with Pakistan’s government Prime Minister Modi has to find ways to dissuade that country’s generals waiting in the wings from breaking with the script and starting a new war [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 3 2016 8:30 am Rest assured the Thane Police will think twice before responding on Twitter Top News Frustrated that your tweets about Thane’s crazy traffic aren’t getting a response Fret not you now have Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ support On Tuesday night after a Mumbai resident who goes by the name Dps S on Twitter sought help from the police about a traffic jam at ghodunder check naka in Thane he got the usual bureaucratic response: “Jurisdiction of Thane rural police kindly intimate them” But luckily for him Chief Minister Fadnavis who was also tagged in the tweet responded to the Thane Police with a ‘what-your-reply-should-have-been’ tweet “Your reply should be ‘It is under Thane Rural Police jurisdiction and “we will inform them”’” The Thane Police clearly taken aback tweeted a good 45 minutes later: “Sir as a protocol we always call & inform the concerned authority irrespective of the jurisdiction & it was done in this case too However you have rightly pointed out that the complainant should be told that too Thank you sir” Here’s howit all unfolded: @ThaneCityPolice @CPMumbaiPolice @Dev_Fadnavis Heavy traffic jam at gohdbunder way to Fountain Hotel pictwittercom/VWhmkQzw0G — Dps S (@DpsS9) July 2 2016 @DpsS9 @CPMumbaiPolice @Dev_Fadnavis Jurisdiction of Thane rural police kindly intimate them — Thane City Police (@ThaneCityPolice) July 2 2016 @ThaneCityPolice Your reply should be ‘It is under Thane Rural Police jurisdiction and “we will inform them”’@DpsS9 @CPMumbaiPolice — Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) July 2 2016 @Dev_Fadnavis @DpsS9 Sir as a protocol we always call & inform the concerned authority irrespective of the jurisdiction & it was done 1/2 — Thane City Police (@ThaneCityPolice) July 2 2016 @Dev_Fadnavis @DpsS9 2/2 in this case too However you have rightly pointed out that the complainant should be told that too Thank you sir — Thane City Police (@ThaneCityPolice) July 2 2016 One thing’s for sure you can now ensure your tweets about traffic jams in Mumbai and Thane will get a prompt response Thank you Fadnavis For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Ankita Dwivedi Johri | New Delhi | Updated: March 5 2017 8:45 am Students of Satyawati College at the DUSU president’s office In the background Varun Chaudhary updates the ABVP’s Facebook page with photographs of the latest protest (Express Photo by Ankita Dwivedi Johri) Top News It’s 1030 on a Thursday morning and the road leading to the Faculty of Arts and University Plaza on Delhi University’s North Campus has been barricaded Scores of policemen dot the lane where hundreds of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) protesters are taking their positions for a ‘Save DU March’ against “those raising anti-national slogans” As more students show up — with orange scarves around their necks and the national flag in their hands — slogans such as ‘Tum naxalvaad se thodoge hum rashtravaad se jodenge (What you break with naxalism we will fix with nationalism)’ fill the air A few metres from the charged atmosphere of the protest venue the office of the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) is relatively quiet The single-storey building serves as the headquarters of the four elected office-bearers of the students’ union — the ABVP had swept the DUSU elections in September winning three positions This morning with the three ABVP office-bearers — president Amit Singh Tanwar vice-president Priyanka Chhawri and general secretary Ankit Singh Sangwan — out mobilising the crowd for the protest their cabins are occupied by a few idling ABVP supporters Next door the office of joint secretary Mohit Garid of the National Students’ Union of India the student wing of the Congress party wears a deserted look “Bhaiya kaafi din se nahi aaye hain (He hasn’t been coming)” says a student of Satyawati College in between large mouthfuls of aloo-kulcha that he is sharing with two others in Garid’s cabin The DUSU office has seen frenzied activity since February 21 when protests over the cancellation of a seminar at Ramjas College turned violent but today the action is largely outside Around 11 am Varun Chaudhary 21 a BCom second-year student of Kirori Mal college (KMC) walks into the president’s office and begins to update the ABVP’s Facebook page with photos of the latest protest Soon another group of students from the evening batch of Satyawati College enter and a heated discussion ensues “Nation first hota hai Communism ke naam par yahan terrorism ho raha hai (The nation is always first people are indulging in terrorism in the name of communism)” says Apoorv Yadav 19 a BA Programme student from the college The others quickly join in “Deshdroh ke naare lagaye ja rahe hain Left ka DU mein koi astitva nahi hai (They have been shouting anti-national slogans The Left has no presence in DU)” says Devyanshu Mishra 20 a History (Honours) student “There are so many academicians in DU; why did they have to invite Umar Khalid They are just attention seekers” lashes out Deepak Yadav a third-year Hindi (Honours) student After venting their ‘anger’ they all crowd around the water dispenser and gulp down several glasses “It is quite hot outside… and we have been shouting slogans for a long time” says one of the students Moments later 23-year-old Sumit a post-graduate student of Faculty of Political Science arrives with his friend Vivek Tanwar 18 a first-year student of the College of Vocational Studies They are here to discuss the route of the march “Nearly 7000-8000 students are expected to turn up… all from DU We don’t get outsiders into the campus like the Communists We will take a round of the entire campus and stop at Ramjas College” says Sumit adding “Phir Ramjas mein thoda halla hoga thoda pressure dikhayenge (We will make some noise at Ramjas put some pressure)” says Sumit On what they hope to achieve with the halla Sumit responds after some thought “Protest is useful Now if some girl from my class sees me protesting she will be curious and ask me Then I can tell her about what the Communists have been up to Eventually she will understand our cause and be on our side” explains Sumit swivelling in the DUSU president’s chair Just then Deepak Sharma a 24-year-old student of Gautam Budh University in Noida barges into the office and slams the door shut An ‘Om’ tattoo on his neck his face dripping with sweat Sharma hands over a bunch of posters to the others “The march is about to leave let’s go” he tells everyone Around noon DUSU general secretary Ankit Singh Sangwan 23 arrives with a small entourage of ABVP supporters The post-graduate student of Buddhist Studies at the Faculty of Arts is a busy man today The march has begun and Sangwan is tracking the developments on his phone After half an hour Sangwan finally gets a moment to relax in the lobby So what do office-bearers do on any given day “We usually come here by 10 am after the 830 am class During the admission and exam season there are lots of students here with their complaints We solve as many as we can Then for two hours every day we make the rounds of over 70 DU colleges and interact with the students there Since assuming office in September last year I have visited every college at least once” says Sangwan before being interrupted by an ABVP member “I will have to go something has come up at the march” he says leaving the office to a few students of the Zakir Hussain College who are waiting for a friend “We went to the march for a while but didn’t like it Both the SFI and ABVP are doing the same thing Some of our friends from KMC have gone for the protest We are waiting for them to return” says one of them By 1 pm both the DUSU office and University Plaza are empty The streets are littered with abandoned posters and banners Aarthak Hooda 20 a third-year BA Programme student is waiting outside the DUSU office with his friends “These Communists keep calling us hooligans… We haven’t doctored any video; the proof of their violence is there for everyone to see See the fact is that a few people are intolerant towards the government at the Centre and that is why they are resorting to such tactics” he says Through the afternoon no SFI or AISA members are seen at the DUSU office or near the protest venue By 3 pm most of the students have left the DUSU office and only two guards remain “Aaj kal sirf protest ka kaam hota hai yahan (These days only protest activity happens at the office)” says one of the guards Two 19-year-old Ramjas students from Allahabad arrive at the DUSU office to complain about classes not being held With the rooms all deserted they leave dejected “We had come to DU to prepare for the UPSC exams Classes haven’t been held for nearly a week Even newspapers are of no help; there are only reports about the Ramjas controversy” says the Hindi (Honours) student For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News saying that while the BJP is not opposed to “difference of opinions”, the CPI on Tuesday? 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