ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Politics-Help from Bureaucracy

Politics Help from Bureaucracy IT has become a regular practice for government spokesmen to raise the scare of external threat to the country's security. Virtually every time it is claimed that the government is in possession of evidence which, however, is never made public. The remarks made by Union Home Secretary M M Wali to newsmen at Srinagar on October 4 fall into this pattern. According to newspaper reports of his comments, he gave a good chit to the G M Shah regime in Jammu and Kashmir for being "quite sincere" in curbing "anti-national and secessionist" forces in the state whereas he considered the Farooq Abdullah government as having been "slack" in this regard. He also repeated the allegation, levelled by the Congress(I), that the deposed Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir had allowed Sikh extremists to hold arms training camps in the state.

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