Army jawan honey-trapped by two Pakistani women agents, was sending confidential documents and videos

Army jawan honey-trapped: Rajasthan Intelligence has taken a major action on Tuesday under Operation Sarhad. Rajasthan Intelligence has arrested Army Jawan Shantimay Rana, who sent confidential documents and photographs and videos of the maneuvers to the Pakistani intelligence agency.

DG Intelligence Umesh Mishra said that information was received that Army jawan Shantimay Rana is in constant touch with Pakistani intelligence handlers through social media. When the team of Intelligence Jaipur monitored the activities of the jawan, it was found that he was sharing important information of the army to the Pakistani female agent through social media under the lure of honeytrap and money. On this, on July 25, Shantimay Rana was taken into custody.

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DG Intelligence said that during interrogation, the accused jawan told that he has been in the Indian Army since 2018. For a long time, the lady is in touch with the Pak agent through WhatsApp chat and WhatsApp audio and video calling.

Army jawan honey-trapped by two Pakistani women agents

The accused jawan told that the woman named Gurnur Kaur alias Ankita had introduced herself as a resident of Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh. She told that she works in the Military Engineering Service. Along with this, another girl Nisha told that she works in Military Nursing Service.

Both the women agents asked the jawans for photographs of confidential documents related to the army and videos of war exercises by luring them with honey traps and money. Under the temptation, the accused jawan was sending secret documents of his regiment and videos of maneuvers to Pak women agents through social media. For which the Pakistani female agent also sent money to her bank account. DG Intelligence Mishra said that after interrogating the accused and confirming the facts in the technical analysis of the mobile phone, a case has been registered against the accused under the Government Secrets Act 1923 and arrested.

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