ISI backed espionage ring busted in Punjab
  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Email
  • Whatsapp
  • Linkedin
  • Print
  • The Punjab Police busted an Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) espionage ring with the arrest of four persons and recovery of certain sensitive documents. The arrests were made on March 17 from Faridkot district. Sensitive documents relating to military installations, photographs, charts, movements of military units, diaries and fake currency worth Rs. 20,000 was recovered from their possession. Preliminary investigation of the arrested persons revealed a well-organized operation directly controlled by the ISI network1.

    Meanwhile, the Bihar police have unearthed 26 illegal mini-gun factories across six districts of the state and seized firearms and ammunition in pre-poll operations. Munger district accounted for 18 such units. Two each were busted in West Champaran, Banka and Lakhisarai and one each in Nalanda and East Champaran. In all 149 illegal firearms and 1,000 rounds of ammunition were seized since the raids began on March 42.