Ajit Doval: The Indian James Bond

Ajit Kumar Doval is called Indian James Bond. In fact, Ajit Doval’s career is more interesting than James Bond. From 1971 to 1999, there were a total of 17 hijackings on Indian Airlines. And every time this Ajit Doval has successfully negotiated with the terrorists.

So you can understand that he is a very clever man. And he has a tremendous ability to convince people.

He started his career in the Indian Police Service. Then from there, the undercover agent of the Indian Intelligence Bureau. Spy regularly.

The separatist movement was going on in Mizoram, India, at that time. Ajit Doval entered the Mizo National Front. By joining MNF’s separatist base, he was hiding in China and Myanmar, merging with their top leaders. He was then able to convince six of the seven commanders of the Mizo National Front (MNF) to go for peace talks with the Indian government. And none of them understood that Doval was basically a spy for the Indian government.

Think, then, of his extraordinary ability to convince! Had it not been for Doval, Mizoram might have gone out of the control of the Indian government.

And that’s exactly what he did in Sikkim. Ajit Doval played an important role in bringing Sikkim to India. And that’s where the undercover spy entered the upper echelons of the Sikkim government. Then, as usual, he used his convincing power and left. Sikkim is part of India today.

After that, Ajit Doval left for Pakistan. He was a spy for Pakistan for seven years. He memorized the Quran and remained there as a Muslim. And he used to go to the mosque regularly and offer prayers. Absolutely merged with the Pakistanis there.

At the Golden Temple in India, when the Sikh uprising began, Doval entered the Golden Temple in the guise of spying for Pakistani spies.

There he went to the Sikh rebels and said, “Pakistan will be by your side in your fight against the Indian government. I have been sent to help.”

That is, he joined the Sikh rebels in the guise of an ISI agent. He then informed the Indian intelligence with all the important information from them. Based on his information, the Indian Army conducted Operation Black Thunder at the Golden Temple. In 1988, Ajit Kumar Doval was awarded one of the highest gallantry awards, the Kirti Chakra. He became the first police officer to receive a medal previously given only as a military honor.

Doval served the Indian Intelligence Bureau as the head of the operations wing for more than a decade. He was also chairman of the Multi-Agency Center (MAC) and the Joint Task Force on Intelligence (JTFI).

Ajit Doval opened the Counter Insurgency pro-India militant outfit, Ikhwan-ul-Muslemoon, in 1996 with Mohammad Yusuf Parray, a former MLA from Jammu and Kashmir. He started giving counters to pro-Pakistani militants with them. That is to cut by cutting. Doval was then chief of the intelligence bureau’s operations wing.

Ajit Doval retired in 2005 as the Chief of the Intelligence Bureau. After retiring for a while, he came into politics. Since 2014, he has been the National Security Advisor to the Modi government. Ajit Doval initiated hostage negotiations for the release of 46 Indian nurses detained by ISIS in Syria in 2014, and he was able to free the nurses.

Ajit Doval has already made several changes in Indian foreign policy. Ajit Doval is now one of the most influential policymakers in the Indian government.

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