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    Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

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    Guwahati: The Assam government is facing mounting public upsurge against alleged military atrocities soon after a wave of bombings by separatists in the state ahead of Republic Day.

    Thousands of angry villagers on Tuesday took to the streets, blocking a national highway and railway tracks in eastern Assam, severely disrupting both road and rail traffic for close to six hours.

    The protesters were demanding the immediate release of two 'innocent' youths picked up by the army suspecting them of having links with the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (Ulfa).

    Succumbing to public pressure, the army released the two youths late Tuesday. It denied the charges of any excesses.

    The protests took place at Jeraigaon, the village of Ulfa commander-in-chief Paresh Baruah, about 450km east of Guwahati. Soldiers of the Gorkha Rifles late on Monday launched an operation in the area raiding houses and interrogating locals about reports of a senior rebel leader taking shelter in the village.

    Troops later shot dead a suspected Ulfa militant and picked up two local youths.

    "The soldiers tortured my son with electric shock although he is in no way linked with the Ulfa. The army also tied me and physically assaulted me," Rina Gohain, mother of the one of the youths taken for interrogation, told journalists.

    "This is nothing but an attempt to terrorise peace-loving villagers in the name of counter-insurgency operations," said Bhabani Das, a schoolteacher.

    There were similar protests in the eastern tea-growing town of Jorhat where police last week claimed to have shot dead an Ulfa rebel in an encounter.

    But locals claim the slain youth was 'innocent' and he did not have any links with the Ulfa. Hundreds of people in Jorhat have been staging protests and demonstrations for the past few days claiming the youth was 'framed' by the police. There are no immediate comments from the government side.

    Analysts say the growing pro-Ulfa and anti-government feelings sweeping the state in recent weeks could give the rebels a chance to win back the support of the common people.

    "A few wrong moves by the army and other security agencies could alienate the masses. There has been a drastic change in recent years with locals opposing violent acts by militants and supporting peace campaigns by the government," an analyst said.

    "But if the army continues with such unwarranted actions, then it would help the rebels to once again win public sympathy."

    The public protests and the army offensives against the Ulfa come at a time when New Delhi is to hold talks with the rebel group's representatives February 7.
    "Ana mazloom hussein"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA1L18wKHzY&feature=related
    http://www.tebyan.net/Religion_Thoughts/Articles/Miscellaneous/2008/1/29/59771.html

    #2
    Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

    Looks like Bharati army ko attrocities ka khoon lag gaya he.
    One of our fellow Bharati guppy says that problem in Assam is because it has 30% Muslim population. Is this why Bharatis are committing crimes against Assam's general population? I wonder.
    "Ana mazloom hussein"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA1L18wKHzY&feature=related
    http://www.tebyan.net/Religion_Thoughts/Articles/Miscellaneous/2008/1/29/59771.html

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      #3
      Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

      I was looking at the names of the leaders of ULFA. None of them seem to be Muslim. So why do Bharatis blame Muslims for the revolt against Bharat?
      "Ana mazloom hussein"
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA1L18wKHzY&feature=related
      http://www.tebyan.net/Religion_Thoughts/Articles/Miscellaneous/2008/1/29/59771.html

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        #4
        Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

        Oh, we just like doing that. happy now?

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          #5
          Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

          No. I am saddened by the Bharati mentality.
          It also justifies Pakistan's creation.
          "Ana mazloom hussein"
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA1L18wKHzY&feature=related
          http://www.tebyan.net/Religion_Thoughts/Articles/Miscellaneous/2008/1/29/59771.html

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            #6
            Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

            Yep... we dont hear to much about India's rebels...

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              #7
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              posting an article about India's north-east rebels in "Pakistan Affairs" is very telling, isn't it?

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                #8
                Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

                What do you mean by 'telling'?
                It was a mistake. It should be in World affairs section. But what's so 'telling' about it?

                If you think it is 'I' who is inciting Assamese against Bharat Mata then I would say thank you for considering THAT influential.

                And if you think it is a la 'ISI' then I would say PROVE IT. Or may be ISI has Bhagwan's asheerwad, because a few ISI agents have been successful in turning Bharat Mata's own Hindu sapoot's against the Mata, and form organizations like ULFA.

                But irrespective of these stupid claims, it is obvious what is turning Assamese against Bharat. It is Bharati army's attitude, and extra-judicial detention of common Assamese when they fail to catch the real culprits of ULFA..
                Bharat army successfully turned Kashmiri Muslim population against the Mata, and now they are slowly turning even neutral Assamese against themselves by their cruel behavior.

                Such a behavior was vital in the creation of Pakistan. Even Quaide Azam wanted to live with Hindus, but then looking at the haughty and sectarian behavior of Hindus, he and others were convinced that the only way for Muslims is to have their own homeland.

                Looks like the history is repeating itself in Assam.
                "Ana mazloom hussein"
                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA1L18wKHzY&feature=related
                http://www.tebyan.net/Religion_Thoughts/Articles/Miscellaneous/2008/1/29/59771.html

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                  #9
                  Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

                  Everyone hates India, even Indians Seems comletely relevent.

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                    #10
                    Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

                    Originally posted by PaKpatriot1
                    Everyone hates India, even Indians Seems comletely relevent.
                    Dude u need to go get a life.

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                      #11
                      Re: Bharati army doing their WORK in Assam now

                      "The soldiers tortured my son with electric shock although he is in no way linked with the Ulfa. The army also tied me and physically assaulted me," Rina Gohain, mother of the one of the youths taken for interrogation, told journalists. "This is nothing but an attempt to terrorise peace-loving villagers in the name of counter-insurgency operations," said Bhabani Das, a schoolteacher.

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