What the arrest of senior Jammu and Kashmir police officer Davinder Singh with two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists purportedly on way to Delhi to carry out a terror attack on Republic day does, is put a spotlight on the hidden world of Indian secret service operatives because the list of unanswerable questions emanating from his arrest is long.
To begin with these anti-nationals harped on ‘freedom of speech’ in the JNU affair. Then they moved to the next level, i.e. what is the proof? Consequently, they embarked on ‘doctored video’ theme.
Kanhaiya is definitely not the role model for the bearer of national standards and in fact epitomises the very wrongs in the system which are stymieing it.
So what we saw at the JNU was a reverberation of the common agenda which aims at imploding India through the volatile mix of violent ideologies of Maoism and Jihad.
And now, finally, having spared the killers of Rajiv Gandhi and Beant Singh (that would destabilize Tamil Nadu and Punjab) the UPA govt has taken a gamble on Afzal Guru because the valley of Kashmir is well covered with military presence. How will the aftermath playout?