Espionage- ISI has sensitive information, India must be on guard

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The chargesheet filed by the Delhi police in connection with a major espionage case has some explosive details.

The Delhi police maintains that although major arrests have taken place the probe needs to be on since there is already some amount of information that has been passed on to the ISI which could be used against India.

Delhi Police

The case on hand involves five persons including a head constable of the BSF who were arrested by the Delhi police in connection with an espionage case.

It was the case of the Delhi police that these persons were passing on sensitive information to the ISI in exchange for money.

Information could hurt India:

A reading of the chargesheet would indicate that the Delhi police has stumbled upon plenty of material relating to the espionage case. The handler in this case Kafaitullah Khan was roped in by an ISI operative named Faisal.

Khan while agreeing to do the job procured sensitive information from the Indian army and passed it on, the chargesheet also states.

The chargesheet which runs into 420 pages states that these persons kept in touch through chatting services such as Viber and Whatsapp.

Khan a teacher in Jammu and Kashmir according to the chargesheet roped in his nephew Abdul Rashid who was a head constable in the BSF to gather information for him.

The Delhi police also relied heavily on the information provided to them by the military intelligence. The investigation by the Delhi police coupled with the intelligence from the military helped build a strong case.

The information that has been leaked is sensitive in nature. It was aimed at helping the Pakistan army, Delhi police officials say.

The Delhi police say that this is the first chargesheet. The investigations are still on. As and when there is more information that would come by, the charges would be added, the police official informed.

Based on the information that has been made available by the Delhi police, the intelligence bureau too is on high alert. There is a good chance that in the near future the ISI may attempt using this information against India, both the IB and the Delhi police say.

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