In Rajasthan, the police have detained an Indian spy on charges of supplying information to Pakistan’s intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). The suspect, Narendra Kumar, was captured by the intelligence division of the Rajasthan police after evidence of him sharing sensitive information with two individuals believed to be “Pakistani agents” emerged.
According to the police, Kumar had allegedly been lured by them. One of them, who identified herself as Sunita, claimed to be a local journalist affiliated with an Indian newspaper. The second agent, who went by the name Poonam, asserted that she worked as a data operator with the Border Security Force (BSF).
Poonam reportedly enticed Kumar with the prospect of marriage while extracting sensitive information from him. The investigation uncovered that she gathered critical data concerning roads, bridges, Army posts, and photographs of Army vehicles. She even established a WhatsApp group, and Kumar added people residing in bordering areas to it.
Sunita, too, acquired similar sensitive information from Kumar, who hails from the Bikaner district, as per the officials’ statements.
After the accused’s phone was examined and the facts were verified, a case under the Government Secrets Act of 1923 was filed against him.