UP: ATS commando setter will be made in Deoband, sharp officers will be deployed

Yogi government will set up ATS Commando Center in Deoband of Saharanpur. The government has allotted 2000 sqm of land to ATS on priority basis. The work of setting up an ATS center in Deoband has started rapidly. In view of the current circumstances and challenges, this decision of the Yogi government is being considered tremendous. It has been learned that about one and a half dozen smart ATS officers selected from across the state will be deployed here.

Shalabmani Tripathi, BJP’s state spokesperson and information advisor to CM Yogi, wrote in his tweet, listen to the news of UP amid the brutality of Taliban, Yogiji has decided to open ATS commando center in ‘Deoband’ with immediate effect, work on war footing It has also started, about one and a half dozen smart ATS officers selected from across the state will be posted here.

Owaisi attacks center over Afghanistan policy

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief and MP Asaduddin Owaisi has surrounded the center on the expansion of Taliban in Afghanistan. He referred to a speech given in Parliament in 2013, in which he is seen saying that dialogue should be established with the Taliban to establish strategic interests.

He said, I had already said that the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan from America is certain. As early as 2013, I had cautioned the Center to establish a diplomatic level dialogue with the Taliban in order to protect our interests in Afghanistan.

Owaisi said that now we have invested 3 billion dollars in Afghanistan. No government paid attention. And what will the government do now? Lok Sabha MP Asaduddin Owaisi also said that in the year 2019 also, I had reiterated my concerns about Taliban activity in Afghanistan in Parliament. When Pakistan, the US and the Taliban were holding talks in Moscow, the Prime Minister’s Office was counting the number of times they hugged then US President Donald Trump. We still do not know what is the government’s policy regarding Afghanistan.

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