Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and Ajit Doval use India's security muscle to the fullest to ensure J&K remains calm after the state lost its special status. But how long can the forces stand up to this pressure?
Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar, Director General of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), says the paramilitary force will work on evolving measures to combat a “new kind of threat” following the Pulwama suicide attack.
The pre-dawn covert operation of February 26 was to avenge a suicide bombing in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama on February 14 which killed 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel and which was claimed by the Pakistan-based JeM.
The order, which is being widely circulated on social media, has added to the speculation that the Centre might have plans to do away with Article 35A, which gives exclusive rights to the state's residents in government jobs and land.
The accused had made the alleged obscene comment on slain CRPF commando's wife on the Facebook page of a TV news channel of Assam that posted a photograph of the woman saluting her slain husband on June 15.