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Mr. Girish Chandra Saxena

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Proxy War in Kashmir: Jehad or State-Sponsored Terrorism, 21 Jan 2007 [cached]
J&K Governor, Mr. Girish Chandra Saxena, recently told Prakash Nanda in an interview that, "We are considering the situation on the political, administrative and democratic fronts.
Proxy War in Kashmir: Jehad or State-Sponsored Terrorism [cached]
J&K Governor, Mr. Girish Chandra Saxena, recently told Prakash Nanda in an interview that, "We are considering the situation on the political, administrative and democratic fronts.
15. Prakash Nanda, "Govt Responding to new Trends in Kashmir: Saxena" (New Delhi: The Times of India, February 3, 1999).
News Network International [N.N.I], 7 Mar 2003 [cached]
Immediately after arrival, Vohra held a wide-ranging discussion with the governor, Girish Chander Saxena on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
He also met deputy chief minister, Mangat Ram Sharma.During his one-day stay at Jammu, Vohra also met the Speaker Tara Chand, and the Chairman of the J&K Legislative Council Abdul Rashid Dar.
Vohra was scheduled to meet the Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Mohhiddin Shah as well as the Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed at his residence.
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Former Research and Analysis Wing chief ..., 15 Jan 2014 [cached]
Former Research and Analysis Wing chief Girish Saxena initiated a series of meetings with the United Kingdom's Secret Intelligence Service, commonly known as MI6, in the build-up to Operation Bluestar, highly-placed intelligence sources have told The Hindu.
Mr. Saxena, who served as chief of RAW from 1983 to 1986, and then as security advisor to Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, now lives in retirement in New Delhi.
The SAS plan, the sources said, was rejected because Mr. Saxena was unconvinced they would work.
Girish Chandra Saxena took over ..., 12 Dec 2009 [cached]
Girish Chandra Saxena took over as the Governor of Jammu & Kashmir on May 6, 1990 and served in that position till March 13, 1993.
What was viewed as strategic placement of Girish Chandra Saxena in the post of Governor of J&K in May 1990, later proved to be a disastrous experiment in indiscrete if not blatant filial nepotism when the terrorist Muslims of Kashmir demonstrated that they were the real rulers of Kashmir and not the duly appointed Governor Girish Chandra Saxena. Strange indeed are the ways of panoplied impotent power dressed in brief authority!
The macabre joke is that the J&K State was under the President's Rule at that time. Girish Chandra Saxena demonstrated his multifaceted incapacity to control any thing in J&K, leave alone Law and Order even during President's Rule when there were no elected politicians to interfere in or intrude into the day to day administration of the State! I am presenting below the details relating to the 43 Hindu Temples which were destroyed in Kashmir from 7-12-1992 to 18-12-1992.
FIR's on all Temple destruction cases were not filed with the authorities in view of the complicity of the administration and warnings of retaliation against the complainants by the Islamic terrorists.
It calls for extraordinarily nerve-racking pseudo-secular detachment of spirit on the part of the Governor of a State during President's Rule to stomach with suave dignity and calculated silence the savage destruction of so many Hindu Temples with so much Islamic savagery in so short a time. The battered and shattered Hindus of the State felt that Girish Chandra Saxena had converted the Kashmir Valley into an AUSCHWITZ CONCENTRATION CAMP in the same manner as Herr Hitler and his hangman Herr Himmler had done during the draconian days of Nazi Rule between 1939-1945.
Perched in the comfortable office of the Prime Minister of India, Narasimha Rao watched the disastrous performance of Governor Girish Chandra Saxena in December 1992 with a Nero-like impassivity and Sphinx-like silence.
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