Around 11 men suspected of having supplied information to the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in Pakistan were arrested by the Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Madhya Pradesh Police, who have unearthed an espionage racket.
The 11 men — five from Gwalior, three from Bhopal, two from Jabalpur and one from Satna — were arrested four days ago and are currently being interrogated by the ATS. The National Investigation Agency (NIA), along with other central agencies, has coordinated with the ATS on the case.
The ATS team arrested the suspects, accused of supplying information to the ISI about the Indian army and the air force in the state, after receiving inputs from intelligence officers from Agra in Uttar Pradesh, following which officers in Madhya Pradesh put several mobile phones on surveillance, CNN-News18 reported. Read More…