Army man posted in Rajasthan honey-trapped, leaked info to ISI; arrested

Jaipur, May 21 (IANS): In what could be a big catch, the Rajasthan Police on Saturday arrested an Indian Army personnel, Pradeep Kumar, for spying for Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI.

According to the police, Kumar, who was recruited three years ago and was posted in the highly-sensitive Jodhpur regiment, was honey-trapped by a female agent from the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).


The police believe that confidential information of military and strategic importance was sent to Pakistan.

They came into contact through social media six months ago. The woman introduced herself as Chhadam, a resident of Madhya Pradesh. She sought confidential documents related to the Indian Army on the pretext of marriage. The woman made Pradeep Kumar believe that she worked for a company in Bengaluru.

DG Intelligence, Umesh Mishra, said that Kumar has been taken into custody on suspicion of espionage. He is being interrogated, Mishra said.



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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, May 21 2022

    Why men so easily fall to a woman without knowing her properly and giving out important documents to her ?Now the salad is there .Eat or throw.Big loss to th army and India .Should have arrested the girl also.He should have been really suspicious when a woman comes nearer.

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  • Rahul, Mangalore

    Sat, May 21 2022

    What is new in it? When educated women lust of money falls to online fraudsters racked & loose lakhs of Rs earned by their husbands without their knowledge when they are away from home .

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