Jabalpur: An Army officer has been detained in Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh in connection with a honey trap case. The officer of Lieutenant Colonel rank, currently posted at a workshop in Jabalpur, was detained by the counter intelligence wing of the Indian Army.
He has reportedly been accused of transferring crucial and confidential information of the army to Pakistan. According to reports, the detained army man got into a honey trap by Pakistan’s spy agency ISI and shared information that were confidential.
The name of the officer has not been revealed and neither has any official statement been made by the Army in connection with the case.
Prabhat Khabar reported that the office of the Armyman has been sealed. Several documents and a computer hard drive has also been seized by the Army. There are also reports of huge amount of money being deposited in his account, but there is no official confirmation about the same.
Five days back, special cell of Delhi Police had arrested Group Captain Arun Marwah for allegedly leaking confidential documents to ISI and spying for the Pakistan agency. An agent of ISI disguised as a woman used to chat with him.
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