Indian Police Claim Busting Sikh-Muslim Espionage Ring

DELHI: Indian police are reported to have busted a gang, comprising a Sikh and Muslims, who are involved in spying for Pakistan’s premier intelligence agency, the ISI.

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According to Delhi police, a Muslim identified as Habibur Rahman has been arrested from Pokharan, Rajasthan, on charges of spying for ISI, and for being in Pakistan as well. Delhi police claimed to have recovered Army’s confidential documents and map of Army area from Habibur Rahman’s possession.

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According to Police, the maps and documents were given to Habibur Rahman by Paramjit Kaur, an Indian Army personnel deployed in Agra. Delhi police were reported to have registered a case under Official Secrets Act against accused Habibur Rahman, while further investigation was underway against Indian Army personnel Paramjit Kaur, and another Muslim identified as Kamal.

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