Foreign Ministry employee arrested in honey-trap case, the beauties sitting in Pakistan framed like this
In the honey-trap case, an employee of the Ministry of External Affairs has been arrested, who is accused of sending confidential and sensitive information to Pakistan. According to media reports, Pakistan ISI has trapped the employee in a honeytrap.
Delhi Police with the help of security agencies has arrested a driver working in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). There are allegations on the driver that was sending confidential and sensitive information to Pakistan. The Delhi Police and intelligence agencies have launched a probe to find out whether more officials working in the Ministry of External Affairs are involved in the case. Or the driver who was arrested only today was acting at the behest of Pakistan's intelligence agency.
According to media reports, the accused driver of the Ministry of External Affairs has been arrested from Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan on Friday i.e. today. He was sending confidential and sensitive information and documents to a Pakistani spy pretending to be a woman named Poonam or Pooja in exchange for money. However, no official statement has been issued regarding this yet.
According to media reports, officers sitting in other high positions including the army are often trapped in a honey traps, but this is probably the first time that the Pakistani intelligence agency has targeted a driver. It is being told that pictures and videos of many girls have been found from the accused. However, when an official statement comes out, then only it will be clear how the driver of the Ministry of External Affairs has been implicated.
In August this year, a 46-year-old man was arrested by the Rajasthan Police from Delhi, who is accused of spying for Pakistan. He got Indian citizenship in 2016. The person spying for Pakistan has been identified as Bhagchand, who was born in Pakistan. According to media reports, he was connected to spies through his relatives and used to spy while living in India.