Jaipur: 2 arrested for spying for ISI


The intelligence wing of Rajasthan police has held Satram Maheswari and his nephew Vinod Maheswari professedly to be Pakistani spies and sharing details about the war drills of Indian armed force and organization of security forces nearby the universal fringe with their handlers in Pakistan.

Satram and Vinod were detained by the sleuths of fringe knowledge on Friday from Barmer for their alleged connection with Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
“Satram came to India from Pakistan and turned into a native in 2008. Two years prior he likewise conveyed his nephew to India on sponsorship.

Satram was a consistent guest to Pakistan. Amid one of his visits, he was reached by an ISI Major who offered Satram cash for secret activities,” said DIG, R Suhasa, including that maintained cross examination has uncovered that Satram was on the finance of ISI for recent years.

Another authority told that Satram was asked by one Major Rashid from ISI to go to Pokhran and give subtle elements which could be utilized by the ISI.

“Satram spoke with his handlers in Sindhi and shared insights about the developments of Indian armed force tankers, development of Air compel authorities in the Region,” the authority stated, including that in code dialect, Army was alluded as bugs while Air Force was alluded to as feathered creatures.

The initial investigation has uncovered that post Uri assault; there was overwhelming arrangement of troops close by the outskirt. Satram was particularly entrusted to share insights about the developments of tankers and other heavily clad vehicles in the area.
“Satram shared points of interest identified with the development of Indian armed force sections, regiments and tankers. The installments for these administrations were given in real money through hawala transactions,” the authority stated, including that both Vinod and his uncle Satram were in contact with ISI handlers Rashid, Dawood and a few others.

DIG R Suhasa said that examination is in progress to get more insights about the part of the denounced in reconnaissance exercises. “We have busted a noteworthy chain of people who were spying for Pakistan. The investigation is under approach to discover more insights about their Modus operandi,” he said.