The security of the country is not only by deploying troops on the border, but there is a need for some dedicated patriots who spend their whole life for the country and provide information to the army in the midst of the enemy. To do such works and eliminate the enemies from the root, current NSA Ajit Doval has quite an experience and a reputation in it. Doval spent 40 years of his life in oblivion for the sake of the country’s defence. Ajit Doval was born on 20th January 1945 in Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand.
His father was an army man, so his elementary education was at Ajmer Military School. In 1967, he received a Master’s Degree with the first position in Economics from Agra University.
He then went into the preparations for the IPs, which he made in 1968 from the Kerala cadre and became a police officer. Four years later, he joined the Intelligence Bureau in 1972. That is where the new chapter of his life started as a spy.
He cleverly managed to get 6 out of 7 commanders of the Mizo National Front to his side. MNF was notorious for spreading insurgency in Mizoram in 1980 and this move broke their back. Thereafter, peace was established in Mizoram.
Similarly, to MNF peace saga, he went inside the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984. under the disguise of a rickshaw puller and gave every information to the army. He closely worked with the Indian Army for the counter Operation Blue Star. His information proved vital for the Indian Army as Army then had no difficulty in killing the Khalistani’s in the temple and the operation was successful.
Ajit Doval most popularly spent 7 years in Pakistan while working for the Indian intelligence agency RAW in the guise of a Muslim. In the meantime, nobody doubted them.
Ajit Doval led Myanmar and Pakistan Surgical Strike
He as an NSA spearheaded both the surgical strikes inside the enemy’s land. In 2015 he led the team that killed the militants in Myanmar in the border. And on the night of 29th September 2016, he monitored a successful surgical strike operation in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir
Ajit Doval: Awards
Ajit Doval has received the police medal and the country’s second-biggest honour Kirti Chakra during his glorious government career. He is the first police officer to receive this honour.