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india terrorist startegy

  1. 1. INDIA’S CT STRAT:NEED FOR CHANGE & WAY AHEAD
  2. 2. 109 DEFNs
  3. 3. PERSECUTIONS
  4. 4. JEWISH HOLOCAUST
  5. 5. 9/11
  6. 6. VICTIMS
  7. 7. GLOBAL TERROR
  8. 8. INDLs ARMED GPs STATES
  9. 9. TGTS PARLIAMENT 2001TAJ MUMBAI IC -814
  10. 10. VICTIMS OF INJUSTICE
  11. 11. RELIGIOUS FANATICS
  12. 12. LAW ENFORCING AGENCIES
  13. 13. WPNS OF MASS DESTR
  14. 14. INDIA’S TERROR MAPJeM
  15. 15. MIL RESPONSE
  16. 16. GREYHOUNDS FORCE ONECOBRA FORCE OCTOPUS FORCE
  17. 17.
  18. 18. TERROR ATTKS IN HINTERLAND
  19. 19. REACTIVE STRAT
  20. 20. HYPOTHESISINDIA NEEDS A SYSTEMIC CHANGE IN ITS APCH TOWARDS CT TO EFFECTIVELY COUNTER THE PRESENT & FUTURE CHALLENGES OF TERRORISM
  21. 21. SCOPE PART I DEFINING TERRORISM , CHANGING NATURE & ITS FALLOUT PART II OVERVIEW OF CT APCH WORLD OVER PART III INDIA’S CT SETUP & STRAT PART IV SHORTCOMINGS & SUCCESS MODELS PART V RECOM WAY AHEAD
  22. 22. PART IDEFINING TERRORISM : CHANGING NATURE & ITS FALLOUT
  23. 23. TERROR CIMBRICUS
  24. 24. “ANY ACT INTENDED TO CAUSEDEATH OR SERIOUS BODILYHARM TO CIVS OR NON-COMBATANTS WITH PURPOSE OFINTIMIDATING POPULATION ORCOMPELLING GOVT OR AN INTLORG TO DO OR ABSTAIN FROMDOING ANY ACT”
  25. 25. CHANGING NATURE & ITS FALLOUT
  26. 26. FRENCH REVOLUTIONINDIAN MUTINY 1857 BHAGAT SINGH
  27. 27. 19TH CENTURY
  28. 28. IRISH REVOLUTIONARY MOVARAB NATIONALISM
  29. 29. 1964 -1980
  30. 30. TERRORISM TODAY
  31. 31. CHANGING METHODOLOGY OF TRT
  32. 32. ASSASSINATION ANWAR AL SADAT JOHN F KENNEDY BENAZIR BHUTTO RAJIV GANDHI MARTIN LUTHER KING ARCH DUKE FERDINAND
  33. 33. INST OF TERROR
  34. 34. HITLER STALIN STATE TERRORISM
  35. 35. BOMBINGHIJACKING CIV TGT
  36. 36. AIR BOMBING MULTI CITY ATTK
  37. 37. TERRORISM IN 21ST CENTURY
  38. 38. IMPROVED TECH
  39. 39. INTL RECT & TRG
  40. 40.  ANONYMITY SPEED MASS COVERAGE PANIC
  41. 41. TRADITIONAL TRT SANDHENESTA SECULAR POL IDEOLOGY SEPARATIST ETHNIC NSCN
  42. 42. NEW TRT RELIGION DIVINE INSPIRATION
  43. 43. TRADITIONAL FLEXIBLE POLNEW AMORPHOUS
  44. 44. ABSOLUTIST
  45. 45. LTD DEMAND VS GLOBAL AIMS
  46. 46. SYMBOLIC VIOLENCE FUNCTIONAL VIOLENCE
  47. 47. LETHAL & INDISCRIMINATE
  48. 48. RADICAL AIMS
  49. 49. DAWOOD IBRAHIM HAWALA
  50. 50. LOCAL CRIMINALSNARCO GANGSARMS TRAFFICKING
  51. 51. PSY W
  52. 52. IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIA
  53. 53. JAMMU & KASHMIR NORTH EAST
  54. 54.  MUMBAI DELHI HYDERABAD PUNE
  55. 55. NATIONAL ASSIMILATION  CULTURE  RELIGION  LANGUAGE
  56. 56.  DRUGS WPNS PAKISTAN NEPAL INFILT BHUTAN BANGLADESH MYANMAR SRI LANKA
  57. 57. MINORITY EXPL ASSAM BOMBAY PUNJAB
  58. 58. POL & CRIMINAL NEXUS  SCAMS  LAND GRAB  HAWALA  SWISS ACCTS  MURKY DEALS
  59. 59. WEAK GOVERNANCE  POL INSTABILITY  LACK OF POL WILL  CORRUPTION
  60. 60. POLICY MAKERS
  61. 61. PART II - OVERVIEW OF CT APCHS WORLD OVER COUNTRIES AFFECTED BY TERRORISM
  62. 62. PART 5 PART 4 PART 3 OVERVIEW OF CTSTRAT WORLD OVERDEFINING TERROR
  63. 63. ASEAN APCH
  64. 64.  EFFORT BEGAN -1997 ASEAN MINISTERIAL MTG ON TRANSNATIONAL CRIME (AMMTC)
  65. 65. DECLARATION ON JT ACTION TO CT
  66. 66.  ASEAN REGIONAL FORUM (ARF) ARF INTER SECTIONAL MTG ON CT & TRANSNATIONAL CRIME (ISM-CTTC)
  67. 67. PSY OP CROSS BDR INT CONTS PROCURINGIMMIGRATION MATTERS TRG BOMB/EXP DETECTION TRAVEL POST- DOCU BLAST INV SECURITY AIRPORT SECURITY
  68. 68. ISRAELI CT APCH
  69. 69. ARAB- ISRAEL WAR
  70. 70. 1956 SUEZ CAMPAIGN
  71. 71. 1957 TO 1967 35 ISRAELIS KILLED
  72. 72. GATHERING OF INT
  73. 73. RD BLOCKS
  74. 74.  SURROUNDING CITIES IMPOSING CURFEWS
  75. 75.  HOUSE TO HOUSE SEARCHES CAPTURING & KILLING TRTS
  76. 76. CERAMIC BODY ARMR
  77. 77. PTBL CONCRETE SHELTERS
  78. 78. SPOTTER AC
  79. 79. SECURITY FENCE
  80. 80. US CT APCH
  81. 81. CONTINUATION OF 1980’s
  82. 82. UNITING (&) STRENGTHENING AMERICA (BY)PROVIDING APPROPRIATE TOOLS REQD (TO)INTERCEPT (&) OBSTRUCT TERRORISM ACTOF 2001
  83. 83.  US CONGRESS GEORGE W BUSH 26 OCT 2001
  84. 84. FORGE PARTNERSHIP NON-STATE ACTORS MULTILATERAL ORG FOREIGN GOVTS
  85. 85.  CT OBJ NATIONAL SECURITY
  86. 86.  DEVP COORD STRAT SECURING COOP
  87. 87. MIL COMB OPS STRENGTHEN CT BDR CONT INTERNAL SECURITY
  88. 88. LAW ENFORCEMENT INFO SHARING TRG INVESTIGATIVE TECH
  89. 89.  PROTECT GOVT LDRS BIO & CHEM ATTKS
  90. 90. FINANCING IDEN FUND RAISING PROVIDE INFO
  91. 91. PUBLIC DIPLOMACY RADIO & TV EXCHS PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFRS
  92. 92.  FAVORABLE IMAGE COUNTER BELIEF
  93. 93. INDIA’S CT SETUP & CT STRAT
  94. 94. PART 5 PART 4INDIAN CT SETUP & STRAT OVERVIEW OF CTSTRAT WORLD OVERDEFINING TERROR
  95. 95. NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY(NIA) NATIONAL INT GRID (NATGRID) MULTI AGENCY CENTRE (MAC) CT DIV IN MEA INT AGENCIES NATIONAL SECURITY GD (NSG) SPL PROTECTION GP (SPG) PARA MIL FORCES (PMF) INDIAN ARMED FORCES STRAT SECURITY TECH COORD GP
  96. 96. NATIONAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY
  97. 97. NATIONAL INT GRID
  98. 98. MULTI AGENCY CENTRE
  99. 99. CT DIV IN MEA
  100. 100. IB
  101. 101. RAW
  102. 102. DIA
  103. 103. NSG
  104. 104.  NEUTR OF TRTTHREATS HANDLINGHIJACKING SIT BOMB DISPOSAL POST BLAST INV
  105. 105. SPG
  106. 106. PMF
  107. 107. INDIAN ARMED FORCES
  108. 108. SSTCG
  109. 109. FUNCTIONING OF AGENCIES
  110. 110. PMF
  111. 111. INDIAN ARMED FORCES
  112. 112. SETUP AT STATE LEVEL GREYHOUNDS COBRA FORCE ONE ANTI NAXAL FORCE OCTOPUS
  113. 113. INDIAN CT STRAT
  114. 114. INDIA RANKED 142 (158)
  115. 115.  REACTION TO TERRORISM NOVEL CHALLENGES
  116. 116.  REACTION TO TERRORISM NOVEL CHALLENGES WORLD’S LAB
  117. 117. TERROR ATTKS KANISHKA 1988 BOMBING PAN AM AIRWAYS INDIA WORLD 1993 1993 1999MUMBAI WORLD 26/11BLASTS IC-814 ATTKS HIJACK TRADE CENTER
  118. 118. 1985 BLOWING UP OF KANISHKA
  119. 119. 1993 MUMBAI BOMB ATTKS
  120. 120. WORLD TRADE CENTER BOMBING
  121. 121. , 1993 SOFT ON TERROR
  122. 122.  SECULAR APPEASEMENT OF MINORITIES HARDLINE STATES
  123. 123. , 1993
  124. 124. WAVERING RESPONSE CHANGES WITH GOVT TRTS DEMANDS
  125. 125. CURRENT CT STRAT
  126. 126. INITIAL RESPONSE
  127. 127.  POL ACCN COORD CT OPS ECON DEVP PSY INTIATIVES
  128. 128. INT SETUP INT PHYSICALSHARING CT STRAT SECURITY PSY OPS
  129. 129. DETECTION EYES & EARS OF GOVT PREEMPT THE TRTS
  130. 130. INT ANALYSIS OBJ & BAL ANALYSIS PROMPT ACTION
  131. 131. PHYSICAL SECURITY ACT AS A BACKUP CRISIS MGT
  132. 132. INV AGENCIES SPECIALLY TRAINED PREVENT RECURRENCE
  133. 133. PSY OPS ECON DEVP PROJ POSITIVE ASPECTS
  134. 134. PSY OPS BUILD-UP OF IMAGE PERIODIC TRG
  135. 135. NEWS/ TERRORISMINCIDENTS MEDIA
  136. 136. SHORTCOMINGS IN CT SET UP
  137. 137. PART 5 SHORTCOMINGS & SUCCESS MODELS INDIAN CT SETUP & STRATOVERVIEW OF CT STRAT WORLD OVER DEFINING TERROR
  138. 138. “A PERCEPTION HAS DEVELOPED AMONG THE TERRORIST GPS THAT INDIAN STATE IS INHERENTLY INCAPABLE OF MEETING THEIR CHALLENGE – THAT IT HAS BECOME SOFT AND INDOLENT. AS A MATTER OF FACT, QUITE A FEW PARTIES AND GPS APPEAR TO HAVE DEVELOPED A VESTED INTEREST IN A SOFT STATE, A WEAK GOVT AND AN INEFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LAWS”. - KPS GILL
  139. 139. NATIONAL LEVEL
  140. 140. CORRUPTION
  141. 141. INT COORD
  142. 142. MARITIME TERROR
  143. 143. PARLIAMENT ATTKS KANDHAR HIJACK CYBER WARFARE
  144. 144. ARE WE THINKING STRATEGICALLY?
  145. 145. WHICH AGENCY IS RESP?
  146. 146. PROMPT ACTION ?
  147. 147. LIVE COVERAGE –DID IT HELP THE TRTS? RESTNS!!!!
  148. 148. AFZAL GURU ISSUE WEAKNESSVOTE BANK POLITICS INFIGHTING
  149. 149. DIVISIONS WITHIN
  150. 150. CENTRE VS STATE
  151. 151. UNITY OF THOUGHT ?
  152. 152. STRONG LAWS ?
  153. 153. SLOW PROCESS
  154. 154. EFFECTS OF REACTIVE POLICY
  155. 155. POROUS BDRS WITH NEPAL, MYANMAR & BANGLADESH
  156. 156. STATE LEVEL
  157. 157. GRIEVANCES DETECTION MECH ?
  158. 158. ARE WE DOING ENOUGH ?
  159. 159. PHYSICAL SECURITY MEASURES
  160. 160. ROLE OF SECURITY AGENCIES
  161. 161. CRISIS MGT APPARATUS
  162. 162. SUCCESS MODELS
  163. 163. UNEMPLOYMENTFUTURE OF CHANDIGARH RIVER WATER ALLOCATIONS
  164. 164. PROTECTION & PROMOTION OF SIKHISMTERRITORIAL ADJUSTMENTSREDUCED LANDHOLDINGS
  165. 165. EFF INT NW CLEAR POL RESOLVE STRONG POLICE LEADERSHIP REJECTION BY PUBLIC SIGNING OF RAJIV-LONGOWAL PEACE ACCORDPOL-MIL-SOCIAL PROCESS
  166. 166. WAY AHEAD SHORTCOMINGS & SUCCESS MODELS INDIAN CT SETUP & STRATOVERVIEW OF CT STRAT WORLD OVER DEFINING TERROR
  167. 167. PILLARS OF THE STRAT
  168. 168. SUGGESTED ORG Home Land Security HQ Tac Units NCTC Intl Coop Think Tanks Dept Internal Int Agencies Media Dept Psy W Dept Affairs Dept HQIB, RAW, SIB Cyber W Satl Imagery ELINT Dept & DIA Dept Dept
  169. 169. INTL COOP
  170. 170. NCTC
  171. 171. NCTC
  172. 172. INT AGENCIES CYBER DEPTRAW NATIONAL TECH RESEARCH ORG DIA JT CIPHER BUREAU DTE OF AIR INT COMMON DTE OF REVENUE INT GOAL SIG INT DTE IB DTE OF NAVY INT DTE OF INCOME TAX (INT DTE GEN OF INCOME TAX AND CRIMINAL INV) INV ALL INDIA RADIO AVN RESEARCHMONITORING CENTRE SERVICE
  173. 173. MEDIA DEPT
  174. 174. PSY DEPT
  175. 175. NATIONAL DATA BASE CENTRE
  176. 176. DATABASE INCIDENTS FOREIGNER VISIT EXP PROD & UTILIZATION ARMS PROD & SALECRIMINAL PERSONAL RECORD BANKING & FUND TFR
  177. 177. PASSWORD ?
  178. 178. WORK STREAMS INDL DEVP OF MENTORING TOOLS ACTION RESEARCH DISENGAGEMENT & DE-RADICALISATIONWORK ONIMAM-TRG
  179. 179. CHECK THE WEB
  180. 180. ALLIANCE OF CIVILISATIONS
  181. 181. IN MOST CASES !!
  182. 182. SECURITY OF EXP CYBER VISASSECURITY TPT SECURITY SECURITY SECURITY RELATED RESEARCH
  183. 183. VISAS
  184. 184. MARITIME SECURITY
  185. 185. ‘SYS FOR CONT OVER EXP TO PREVENT & FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM’ (SCEPYLT)
  186. 186. DATA SHARING
  187. 187. PNR
  188. 188. TRT FINANCE TRACKING PGME (TFTP)
  189. 189. NATIONAL COUNTER TERRORISM CENTRE (NCTC)
  190. 190. CRIMINAL LAW
  191. 191. WE’LL TAKE ADVANTAGEWE’LL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LOOPHOLES INOF LOOPHOLES INDIAN INDIAN JUDICIARYSECURITY SYSTEM. SYSTEM.
  192. 192. DRY DRILLS & EX
  193. 193. VICTIMS OF TERRORISM
  194. 194. PEER EVALUATION
  195. 195. SEMINARS
  196. 196. HAPPY NEIGHBOURS SAFER HOME
  197. 197. APEX BODY FORGOT INDIA DURING KANDHAR ?
  198. 198. SANCTIONS
  199. 199. OSINTCBRN CYBER CNO
  200. 200. END STATE
  201. 201. CONCLUSION
  202. 202. WAY AHEADSHORTCOMINGS &SUCCESS MODELSINDIAN CT SETUP & STRATOVERVIEW OF STRAT WORLD OVER DEFINITION
  203. 203. GOVERNMENT APATHY UNEMPLOYMENT
  204. 204. POL SOLN
  205. 205. INTEGRATED CT STRAT PREVENTIONINTL COOP PROTECT RESPOND PURSUE
  206. 206. OPINION POLL Sit in J & K is more or lessstabilised. NE saw the lowest levelof violence in 2011 since last twodecades. There has been no majterrorist incident in hinterland sincethe Zaveri Bazar bomb blast inMumbai on 13 July 11 which killed26 people. Do you think the terrorthreat to India is slowly receding? STRONGLY AGREE 10 % DISAGREE STRONGLY AGREE 10% DISAGREE 80%
  207. 207. OPINION POLL Can we or should wefollow the proactive CTstrategy followed by othercountries like Israel ? STRONGLY AGREE 40 % DISAGREE STRONGLY AGREE 20% 40% DISAGREE 0%
  208. 208. OPINION POLL NCTC is in the pipeline as acentral org to counterterrorism in the country? Doyou think NCTC is requiredwhen already so many CT orgare existing in our country ? STRONGLY AGREE 70 DISAGREE STRONGLY AGREE % 10% DISAGREE 20% 0%
  209. 209. •Click (Intl Coop) OPINION POLL  Are the differences between centre & state and the lack of pol will , the main reason for slow reforms in CT setup ? STRONGLY AGREE 75 % DISAGREE STRONGLY AGREE 20% 5% DISAGREE 0%
  210. 210. OPINION POLL Do you agree that thepresent CT strategy ofIndia is not effectiveenough to deal with theterror threat to the countryand needs a change? STRONGLY AGREE 60 DISAGREE STRONGLY AGREE % 20% DISAGREE 20% 0%
  211. 211. HYPOTHESIS India needs a systemic change in its apch towards CT to effectively counter the present & future challenges of terrorism.
  212. 212. ?

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