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Two Indian soldiers nabbed for leaking information to Pakistan-based woman ISI agent

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 6 November 2019, 17:00 IST

Two Indian jawans have been apprehended from the Jodhpur railway station for sharing crucial information with Pakistani woman ISI agent.

As per the officials, both the soldiers were travelling to their village from Pokhran when intelligence officers took them into custody from Jodhpur railway station on Tuesday.

The intelligence officials confirmed that the soldiers were dispatching important information after falling in a honeytrap of the Pakistani women.

The two accused were taken to Jaipur from Jodhpur where they are being questioned.

Rajasthan Additional Director General Umesh Mishra reaffirmed that the initial probe showed the two jawans were honeytrapped.

As per the official sources, the two jawans were sending important information to Pakistan through WhatsApp and Facebook.

While one of the jawan is from Madhya Pradesh, the other is from Assam and both were honeytrapped by Pakistan’s intelligence service official representing the ISI.

The women had a Punjabi accent and was calling using voice over internet protocol service from Pakistan.

In doing so they took her to be an Indian and shared important information on Army deployment in Rajasthan, army equipment and other important specifics.

The two jawans were identified as Lance Nayak Ravi Verma and Vichitra Bohra, who were apprehended in a joint operation by CBI and IB teams.

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First published: 6 November 2019, 17:00 IST