Employees with bad track record of supporting terrorism under the radar of intelligence agencies; MHA gives strict direction
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POONCH/JAMMU: MHA has given strict directions to intelligence agencies to identify those government employees who are supporting terrorism or involved in anti-national acts of any kind.
Earlier, acting on the directions of MHA, many employees were terminated by the government for their involvement in terrorism-related incidents. Recently, a DySP rank officer was also arrested for his terrorism-related links. Sources in the corridors of power told “POONCH TODAY” that MHA has a “zero tolerance policy” against any form of terrorism, and instructions were given to all the intelligence agencies to implement the same on the ground more robustly. Many raids were carried out against anti-nationals and against those involved in Hawala funding. Even the security forces and agencies have accelerated the process of identifying anti-national forces. Based on credible inputs from intelligence agencies, the union Home Ministry was also briefed about the presence of anti-social and anti-national elements in the government sector, which are supporting forces inimical to peace in a silent way, and accordingly, they have all been placed under the radar of security agencies. Highly placed sources told “POONCH TODAY” that intelligence agencies have activated themselves strongly; a big exercise to identify anti-national forces in every field has been started. Sources also said that an investigation of many doubtful NGOs, social activists with wrong credentials, trusts, and fake media platforms being supported by anti-national forces behind the curtains is also going on, and it is likely that such forces will be given retribution for their acts against the nation. The Union government wants to establish total peace in J&K to accelerate the process of development in a more robust way, and for that, directions were issued to all security agencies to wreak havoc on forces inimical to peace, wherever they are operating.