Intelligence agencies are the biggest threat to our national security

New Delhi: While the Hindutva terrorists had been training their cadres in the use of arms and explosives all over the country and had been collecting money, arms, ammunition and explosives, the NIA turned a Nelson’s eye toward these activities and gave them free hand.

Intelligence agencies are the biggest threat to our national security

After the arrest of a set of Hindutava radicals, the NIA has still not exonerated the original set of innocent Muslims nor has it taken any action against those police officers who had planted explosives in the premises of the innocent accused.

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Lieutenant Colonel Prasad Srikant Purohit, once a top military intelligence undercover operative incarcerated for the Malegaon blast and despite the NIA taking over the Malegaon blast case for investigation in April 2011, no charge-sheet has been filed against him by NIA till date.
NIA has found no evidence against Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur and it has recommended the court to drop all charges against her ..

Read More: http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/nia-set-to-drop-case-against-sadhvi-pragya-others-arrested-by-mp-police/1212272/

According to experts, the bias in the intelligence agencies reflects a more pervasive bias against Muslims in the entire bureaucracy, which is evident even in the training of officials. According to author and social activist Subhash Gatade, “If you observe closely, you’ll find that the entire bureaucracy has been communalised. This mindset has been around for a long time.”
Intelligence agencies are the biggest threat to our national security .