x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Cold wave intensifies; Pahalgam, Gulmarg colder than Leh | Air traffic resumes at Srinagar airport after 3 days | Traffic on Kashmir highway again disrupted due to landslides | 3 killed, 15 injured in Reasi road accident | JK Assembly adjourned due to non availability of Ministers | JK Assembly pass unanimous resolution Calling for return of KP migrants, other | Robbers loot JK Bank's ATM Machine in Anantnag | Top LeT foreign commander killed, policeman injured in Kashmir encounter | One-way traffic resumes on Kashmir highway after 3 days | Omar demanded for joint house resolution on dignified return of KPs, other migrants | SDM Akhnoor honoured for promoting cashless Scheme - DigiDhan | Accident victim succumbs, 9 hurt in road mishaps | Bank of India officials aware people about Digi DHAN Mela | Memorandum submitted to PMO, GUV and CM for implementation of SRO 293 | VLW becomes XEn, likely to be inducted in KAS | As State Govt beautifies Jammu, student wing of ruling party defaces walls | Influential appointed as IT Managers | Visitors, officials weary of pompous Commissioner Secretary | Malik's bete-noire, Hilal War calls joint Hurriyat 'incompetent' | Jammu LPG bottling plant supplies gas to South Kashmir | Govt lethargy delays development projects | 'We will resort to economic blockade of Kashmir': Labha Ram | Let J&K too give marching orders to non-performing, 'guilty' officers | Fresh Snowfall Disrupts Life In Kashmir Valley | Fresh WD to hit J&K on Jan 22, Kashmir to receive moderate to heavy snowfall | First time in Budget session: NC's Gurezi asserts authority as Dy Speaker | Bukhari takes I&FC babus to task Casts jibes at contractors over slow pace work | Train resumes from north to south Kashmir, snow clearance on Banihal track continuous | State under thick security blanket ahead of Republic Day | Scholarships for schedule tribe under scanner | PM Modi punctures J&K's Govt's balloon | Onboard airplane, Director SKIMS saves life of fellow passenger | Air traffic in Srinagar resumes as weather improve | JU tailors recruitment rules to adjust blue eyed scholar | Awaiting clearance of pension documents; PHE employee commits suicide | Stranded vehicles allowed to move, only way traffic on Kashmir highway | 80 persons including 33 children rescued by Kulgam Police | Authorities retrieve 20 Kanals of state land in Lamberi of Nowshera | Allegations of irregularities in PMUY would be investigated: Zulfkar | Two gazetted officers among eight employees suspended in north Kashmir | UTSA rues non assuming of charge by ZEO Inderwal | Security beefed up ahead of R-Day | JKAVP holds meet | Court dismisses application seeking registration of FIR against NC MLC | Power shutdown | BAJ suspends work against move of privilege motion against judicial officer | DDC withholds Salary of ACD, calls explanation | NHM Employees Association protests against Medical Health Department | Class IV interview postponed for the 2nd time due to snowfall in Kashmir | Closure of Jammu-Srinagar, Jammu-Kishtwar NH | Contractual lecturers demand regularization, take out protest march | Traffic Hqrs issues fresh guidelines for effective traffic management | JMC conducts anti encroachment drive in of Jammu city | Patient care in limbo: '8470 posts lying vacant in Health deptt' | Clerical Association calls for pen down strike on Jan 27 | 800 SRO-43 cases pending disposal in various Administrative Departments | Power crisis echoes in LA for second consecutive day | Unemployment drove youths towards militancy : Congress MLA | Inhabitants of village Lerian protest against PDD | NHM Employees observe complete pen down strike | JK Grameen Bank participates in Digi Dhan Mela | Govt has no plan to confirm services of HDF staff | Lack of residential quarters facility major cause of non functionality of SDH Sopore, other hospitals | Congress legislator seeks justice for striking railway labourers | State has 1470840 Kanal Custodian land, 4115 houses | Govt urges Centre to check 'arbitrary' hike in airfares | Three years on, GoI yet to give nod to Doda Medical College | Chenani-Nashri tunnel in final stage; will be open for traffic soon | Identity of the intruder sneaking into Nagrota ascertained | Heavy snowfall in Patnitop paralyses normal life, water, power supply affected, tourists suffer | Rahul-Akhilesh tie-up to defeat the BJP in UP | Hamlaavaar khabardaar hum Kashmiri hai tayaar | KPcommunity not suffered with migration once, but seven times, let us resolve to fight for justice and invite attention of our whole nation and the world | Thematic cleanliness drive held | CWA holds meeting concerned over prevailing conditions in health and education sector | Mega public rally organized under ongoing Eik Bharat Abhiyaan-Kashmir Ki Aur | GNN Club wins 4-0 in Hockey | Sonali Dogra enthrals public in Digi dhan mela | Dustbins distributed by JMC | 48th Avayakat Arohan Varsh organized | Farmers visits SKUAST-J | Shiv Sena criticizes Govt for reducing duration of Amarnath Yatra | Congress holds massive protest in front of RBI over demonetization | GDC Kathua bags Taekwondo trophy | Model Academy participates in Digidhan mela campaign | Jodhamal skaters excel in CBSE cluster games | KC Sports Club Coach wins Mr. Jammu tittle | Munish, Vikram among winners in Badminton | AG J&K wins opening tie in Cricket | Back Issues  
 
news details
MHA monitoring activities of freed separatist leaders
1/10/2017 11:36:37 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Jan 10: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has asked the law enforcing agencies in Jammu and Kashmir, especially state Police to keep a close watch on the activities of freed separatist leaders, ET has learnt.
Sources said that MHA believes that 'a number of separatist leaders are detrimental to the public order and the unity and integrity of the country', particularly Jammu and Kashmir. "MHA feels that separatist leaders including Syeed Ali Shah Geelani are detrimental to disturb the peace in Jammu and Kashmir and the unity and integrity of the country. The MHA has asked the JK Home Department to put activities of Hurriyat leaders under surveillance and take legal action against them in case of any adverse activities," sources quoting MHA told Early Times.
Sources said that the MHA is also keeping hawk's eye on separatists anti India activities. "The state authorities has also been instructed to take legal action against the separatist in case of any anti national activities on part of these separatists," sources said..
Sources said that after directions from MHA, the local security agencies and the local police started working in tandem to thwart "every ill design of anti-national elements so as to maintain peace and tranquility in the state".
Sources also said that the MHA has also told the state authorities to put in place a proper system of surveillance on their activities. "As and when anything adverse surfaces, appropriate action as envisaged by law should be taken," Sources quoting MHA said
The MHA has asked the law enforcing agencies to monitor the activities of freed separatist leaders

Sources said that though the authorities had informed the MHA that a proper system is in place to have an effective surveillance of freed separatist leaders, but the union Ministry of Home Affairs has also started to monitor the activities of various separatist directly.
Sources said that the MHA has asked the JK authorities to keep strict track of separatists including, Syeed Ali Shah Geelani, Yasin Malik, Mirwaiz, Shabir Ahmed Shah, and others, adding that the object of keeping close eye on separatists is to prevent the situation from taking ugly turn.
It is to mention here that with the improvement in situation in the Valley, authorities had released separatist leaders.
After Burhan's killing, separatist leaders began issuing weekly "protest and shutdown calendars" and authorities launched a massive crackdown on their activists and youth for participating in street protests to end the crisis and restore peace and normalcy in the Valley.
Separatist leaders including Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik were arrested and lodged in jails.
Sources said that Jammu and Kashmir government has assured the centre that intelligence apparatus and the local police were working in tandem.
A source in the MHA said that Government of India is also keeping a close watch on militancy in Jammu and Kashmir.
"The central government is keeping a close watch on the situation in J&K. Union Home Ministry is keeping itself abreast with all the sequence of the events from time to time. They are also giving most valuable guidance to the state of J&K," sources said.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
 
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
Early Times Android App
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU