Pakistan’s intelligence agency and covert operations organization ISI got a surprise of a life time when Indian Intelligence bureaus started busting their efforts in India. Remote Viewing and pin pointed field intelligence helped Indian intelligence in recognizing and neutralizing the ISI connections to Naxals and ULFA.
Indian agents infiltrated the Naxal and ULFA infrastructure based on information from remote viewers and then confirmed and/or corrected the data.
In recent days the Northeast India has seen tremendous activities from the ULFA, an insurgent group supported by neighboring countries. Indian intelligence found that Pakistan’s ISI had shifted the focus from Jammu and Kashmir to other parts of India to help the insurgents or militant group all over India. ISI found good acceptance in Northeast India and in Andhra Pradesh.
On December 15, 2004, Indian Police in Orissa finally arrested a notorious naxalite leader William Marandi alias Napoleon responsible for killing 45 police personnel and two village headmen in the last three years.
A graduate with a brilliant academic career, Napoleon is a top leader of the erstwhile Maoist Communist Centre (MCC). According to some sources, many ULFA and Naxal leaders who were never found in the last few years in spite of several attempts, bounties on their heads etc. are all on a sudden getting nabbed by Indian security infrastructure one after the other. Remote viewing and pin pointed field intelligence are helping the authorities find these militants.
The biggest breakthrough came in December around the same time the Tsunami hit India. Indian intelligence created a booby trap based on remote viewing data and field intelligence on meeting between a foreign intelligence agency and ULFA, the militants in the Northeast. India did nothing to stop the meeting but followed the trail to find who was really behind it.
The Central Indian Government possessed information that Pakistan’s ISI was directly or indirectly supporting Naxalite and ULFA activities in the country, Union Minister of State for Home Sriprakash Jaiswal said on Thursday.
“We have the information on ISI directly or indirectly supporting the Naxalite and ULFA activities in the country,” he told reporters. The minister said the Indian government has raised the issue with Pakistan.
Also, the Naxalite activities are being encouraged from other neighboring countries, the minister said. He added that “the issue has been discussed with Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar, and they have assured of initiating steps but the Indian government is not satisfied with the assurance from Bangladesh on the subject.” Jaiswal said the states having international borders have been asked to improve their security and pay special attention to international borders.
The Naxalite problem cannot be tackled independently either through force or development, Jaiswal said adding both the aspects should be undertaken simultaneously. Efforts are needed to generate employment in the less developed region, as it was the major cause of public turning Naxal, the minister said. The Center was prepared to provide help to state governments that plans for development of the region affected by Naxalites, Jaiswal said. “It is not merely a law and order issue but related to the internal security of the nation,” he added.
Bangladesh is an Islamic country on the east of India and formerly a part of Pakistan. The amount of pin pointed intelligence India is providing is worrying Bangladesh. India Daily